I have had a Key Information Summary (KIS) on my notes for a number of years and until today I have always taken it for granted. For me it is something that has always been and I just assumed that it was something that everyone with a chronic health condition had. Today at an Asthma… Continue reading Key Information Summary for those chronic health
"Disabled looks like me" campaign with Leonard Cheshire and Mimi Butlin is very close to my heart for a number of reasons. The first one is that the aim of the campaign is to breakdown disability stereotypes. One thing I used to get really upset and angry about is being judged because I didn't look how… Continue reading Disabled looks like me Campaign
Hero, warrior, asthmatic, advocate, inspiration, strong are just some of the words I have had people refer to me as recently. While I really appreciate them and am flattered I feel uncomfortable hearing them. Some adjectives I can learn to adapt to such as advocate but others not so much. The word health advocate a… Continue reading What words describe you?
I am not actually sure what title to give this post. I was recently in a consultation type meeting with a range of service users to discuss the nursing program at one of the universities in Edinburgh. They are being revalidated and want to make sure that the course is producing the best possible nurses… Continue reading Getting medication on time.
Last night I had a totally new experience. I was a guest on a radio show. I have done radio interviews before but they have never been in a radio studio with the headphones etc on so this was all a bit new and exciting! To listen to the show follow this link SoulKraft Wellbeing… Continue reading SoulKraft Wellbeing Radio Show 10.07.19