Patient collaboration

Those of you who follow me on Twitter will have seen that yesterday I attend the PM Society’s event on patient collaboration.  I found it a well put together event with a good balance of presenters from all the main stakeholder groups (perhaps with the exception of carers who were not represented). The first presentationContinue reading “Patient collaboration”

J&J strikes gold … and ignores it

So I was meant to write a summary of SXSW but I wanted to write about a post I saw today on J&J’s Facebook about autoimmune diseases (and in case you can’t be bothered to scroll through Facebook here the post on the J&J blog).  There were a couple of things that struck me. FirstContinue reading “J&J strikes gold … and ignores it”

When a restaurant ignores your gluten allergy

I am very open about the fact that I have an autoimmune disease, Hashimoto’s, and I try to do my bit to help educate others about this disease, and other autoimmune diseases.  I feel as an educated patient, who works in digital health, I am well placed to do so and to a degree feelContinue reading “When a restaurant ignores your gluten allergy”

All I wanted for Christmas …

This time of year is often a time of reflection.  It is a time of thinking about what you really want for Christmas – what items go on that famous Christmas list.  What are the things you would really love Santa to bring you – and being Santa you can wish for whatever you want.Continue reading “All I wanted for Christmas …”

Things are not always what they seem…

Having recently joined the job seeker pool I was buoyed by a number of really positive articles talking about how this year is going to see an increase in recruitment as well as a skills gap and employees having more choice and higher negotiation powers.  Awesome says I! There is then fact that I amContinue reading “Things are not always what they seem…”