Self care, public health messaging and moral responsibilities during a global health emergency – a patient perspective

Blog by Noirin O’Neill As a patient and a person who has survived a life – threatening hemorrhaging form of leukemia in 2004 at 30 years of age, I care deeply about patient involvement, patient empowerment and self-care.  I know that self- care will help me as a patient to live better with my health […]

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Unexpected advice from a brain injury survivor for nurses caring for us

This week’s Blog is written by Michelle Munt (@michelle_munt). Nurses up and down the country are the backbone to society. You help us recovery from an extraordinary range of conditions and injuries, including some extremely complicated ones. Brain injury has to be amongst the most challenging due to the spectrum of effects it can cause. […]

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