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Welcome to Wild Card – Whose Shoes! Walking in the shoes of more interesting people 😉 My name is Gill Phillips and I’m the creator of Whose Shoes, a popular approach to coproduction and I am known for having an amazing network. Building on my inclusion in the Health Services Journal ‘WILD CARDS’, part of #HSJ100, and particularly the shoutout for ‘improving care for some of the most vulnerable in society through co-production’, I will be chatting to a really diverse group of people, providing a platform for them to speak about their experiences and opinions. If you are interested in the future of healthcare and like to hear what other people think, or perhaps even contribute at some point, ‘Whose Shoes Wild Card’ is for you! Find me on Twitter @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and dive into https://padlet.com/WhoseShoes/overview to find out more! Artwork aided and abetted by Anna Geyer, New Possibilities.

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Welcome to Wild Card – Whose Shoes! Walking in the shoes of more interesting people 😉 My name is Gill Phillips and I’m the creator of Whose Shoes, a popular approach to coproduction and I am known for having an amazing network. Building on my inclusion in the Health Services Journal ‘WILD CARDS’, part of #HSJ100, and particularly the shoutout for ‘improving care for some of the most vulnerable in society through co-production’, I will be chatting to a really diverse group of people, providing a platform for them to speak about their experiences and opinions. If you are interested in the future of healthcare and like to hear what other people think, or perhaps even contribute at some point, ‘Whose Shoes Wild Card’ is for you! Find me on Twitter @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and dive into https://padlet.com/WhoseShoes/overview to find out more! Artwork aided and abetted by Anna Geyer, New Possibilities.

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Episodes
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54. Mary Salama - connecting across boundaries

5/5/2024
I’m so excited to be talking to my good friend Mary Salama, a wonderful consultant paediatrician in Birmingham. Mary is one of my absolute faves - a lovely, warm person, who makes extraordinary things happen, rather than just talking about what needs to change. And to do that for children and young people, has to be the very best thing! Driven by frustration and a deep understanding of the need to improve healthcare systems, Mary focuses on human factors and connecting across boundaries. Mary is leading the way with coproduction and empowering young people, including enabling them to present community research to clinicians at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Clinical Health. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 CanalPowering UpLearning from ExcellenceWhose ShoesWe LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:52:21

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53. Angela Catley - When I Get Old

4/7/2024
I first met Angela Catley in the very early days of Whose Shoes?, so back in about 2009, when she did a very lively and slightly bonkers presentation at a conference. I remember how Angela used her slides as just a very rough guide, while telling wonderful stories, and occasionally flicking on from one slide to the next as she went. I found it refreshing! It was full of energy, and she spoke common sense which really resonated with me. She despaired about bureaucracy and talked about HR type functions as the ‘Stuff department’ - often stuff getting in the way of organisations, and particularly good small providers, trying to get on and run a quality service. You can feel the synergy to my #WhoseShoes work! Angela was working for Community Catalysts, enabling everyday people to develop brilliant, quirky, creative, life-enhancing solutions to their own challenges. I loved it! Fast forward … in this episode, we talk about the ‘When I Get Old’ campaign. We link up with other social movements that celebrate and support people’s strengths rather than their weaknesses, and focus on what matters to people. How we can all get the best out of systems to live – and carry on living – our best lives? Even when we get old. Many of us have banged the drum for our parents, trying to get the best for them. But we can only pick from available choices, and often we know that this is NOT what they wanted. Have YOU got a clear plan as to what you would like to happen … or are you going ‘La, la, la, la …. Ooooh heck! Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 FuriositySome links you will enjoy: Join the #WhenIGetOld campaign ! Angela's 'Ta ra' blog when she left Community Catalysts A pioneer of #WhenIGetOld type thinking : the late, great Dorothy Runnicles We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:56:59

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52. Dr. Matt Hill - creating the conditions for healthcare teams to flourish

3/3/2024
Today, I invite you to meet Dr Matt Hill – I hope you enjoy the warmth and wisdom he brings to this podcast series as much as I do! I heard Matt speaking at the online NNAP conference, the National Neonatal Audit Programme, which showcased best practice in neonatal care. Matt is the Clinical Adviser on Safety Culture for NHS England and was one of the keynote speakers. He was talking about creating the conditions for a perinatal team to flourish – but it became clear to me that what he said would help ANY healthcare team to flourish. There were so many practical examples of what makes a good team, and how is leads to well-being and a positive safety culture. There was an emphasis on collaboration, inclusion, empathy and relationships. There is huge synergy with our ‘Whose Shoes’ work, particularly around our core principle that you have to create the conditions for meaningful conversations, coproduction and teamwork! Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 If you have enjoyed this episode, you'll also love: Episode 32. Dr. Bob Klaber - kindness matters! We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:40:18

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51. Sam Jackman - co-founder of Boost Innovations

2/4/2024
Hey, it’s great to be back! 🍋🍋🍋 So, for all those who enjoy the ‘Wild Card - Whose Shoes?’ podcast, welcome to Season 2! It has been lovely to hear from so many of you, saying that you are missing the podcast and asking when it is coming back. Well, here it is! At the beginning of last year, 2023, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. And not for the first time. Being quite a private person, but also quite out there, in terms of Whose Shoes events, social media, hosting a podcast and so on, I found it hard to know how to handle that. As you may imagine. I was trying to manage my illness and treatment alongside deadlines from my ‘real’ work, so when I reached episode 50 I decided that made a very neat if rather long, Season 1! But I have been raring to go with Season 2 and wondered how best to re-launch. I found the perfect podcast guest – and today is the perfect day to post our conversation – 4 February 2024, World Cancer Day! Sam Jackman is an inspirational woman - a multi-award winning entrepreneur and a disruptor. Sam offers a breath of fresh air (literally!) to women who have had a mastectomy due to breast cancer. She is rocking the world of conventional prostheses through her innovative Boost products. Boost products are 100% inspired and designed by women for women. We need to make sure that women hear about them! It is an extraordinary story And all from the deepest reaches of rural Cornwall. Sam is highly entertaining. We are joined briefly by Blue, Sam’s emotional therapy dog! It is a story with a difference, making a difference and I am very proud to support ‘We Wear Boost’ innovations, who have made a BIG difference to me personally. Thank you, Sam! Key link Breast Forms | Lightweight Breast Forms UK | We Wear Boost Daughter creates design after mum's mastectomy - BBC News Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:52:08

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50. Kate Pound - nobody is 'hard to reach'

5/28/2023
A blaze of ‘lemon lightbulbs’ today talking to Kate Pound, a fabulous nurse focusing on ‘JUST DO IT’ actions that make a big difference. Kate grew up in a hostel for fishermen and that rich and varied experience gave her a deep understanding of people and the imagination to find alternative ways of reaching the so-called ‘hard to reach’. She is a great storyteller and you will pick up LOTS of practical tips. Kate is a trustee of the Fishermen’s Mission and we would love you to learn more about them – and appreciate fishermen beyond the occasional Fish and Chips supper! Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 What are YOU passionate about? Some links 1. Home - Fishermen's Mission (fishermensmission.org.uk) 2. SeaFit - Fishermen's Mission (fishermensmission.org.uk) 3. Parallel Lifestyle 4. Jar of Joy 5. Enjoy earlier episodes about health inequalities – eg Dr Farzana Hussain We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:48:22

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49. Behind the scenes of our 'Whose Shoes' work with children and families

4/30/2023
Building on the theme of storytelling and creativity. How do we get people to come along to our events? What is Whose Shoes anyway? Today I am talking to Lyse Edwards and Rachel Crook from the Children and Families team at Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust as we prepare for our forthcoming Whose Shoes events in May - looking to make care more holistic for children and families and to improve perinatal mental health. We talk about some of the more creative methods we are using to draw people in and ensure this is TRUE coproduction. Links: Whose NewsMPFT podcast TEDxNHS Talkpodcast (episode 13)Rachel Crook's podcastMatExp the Musical Liberating Structures Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 I still need to squeeze the lemons for this episode We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:41:43

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48. Pippa Kelly - dementia campaigner extraordinaire!

4/2/2023
Continuing the recent storytelling theme, and in solidarity with the #StartWithPeople event run by the Public Participation team of NHS England this week ... For the first time in the series, I'm picking up threads from our #dementiachallengers work, and where better to start than talking to my friend Pippa Kelly, award-winning, blogger, journalist, dementia campaigner, author and public speaker! Storytelling … and creating ripples ... BIG RIPPLES!!🍋🍋🍋 Enjoy! Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 what do people do that don't have a relative who's a NHS consultant to explain everything?! Links: Pippa Kelly’s podcast: Well I know now Pippa's book - 'Invisible ink' We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:01:00:17

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47. The power of storytelling - it's liberating!

3/12/2023
People ask me about the Whose Shoes story? 🍋 How did I come to produce a board game? 🍋 What inspired it? 🍋 Has it changed much over the years? Well, on 2 Feb, Kristin Johnstad from Minneapolis, invited me to tell my story at a Liberating Structures Q Community group, using 'Shift and Share' - hopping between breakout rooms, telling the same story to different groups. It was fun getting the reaction and questions from an international audience. It led to a whole month of storytelling adventures. I thought I'd share the highlights and key learning here on the podcast. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 shouldn'tMost relevant previous episodes All of them - my podcast is all about sharing stories! But specifically: 22. 'Symphony of Us' - please disturb 24. Tribute to Mum, @Gills_Mum - 100th birthday! 26. My acceptance speech for CBE, Lemon Class 2020, award 28. Janina Vigurs - Storyteller - *Embrace the Ridiculous* 36. Keep calm and carry on (personal reflections on the death of the Queen) Other links and resources: The Obs Pod - Magic Mates How to meet your child's difficult behavior with compassion - Yvonne Newbold's TEDxNHS talk Birth should be special - Florence Wilcock's TEDxNHS talk My top tips and lemon lightbulbs, with help from Miles Sibley, Patient Experience Library! We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:30:03

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46. Rosie Murphy - addressing health inequalities in maternity

2/19/2023
Rosie Murphy is a midwife doing fantastic work around health inequalities, including the coproduction workshop we co-led in Croydon. Our conversation builds on Episode 45 with Noreen Bukhari. I hope Rosie and Noreen will connect and exchange notes on their excellent work in Coventry and Croydon, supporting women from black and ethnic minority communities. I met and became friends with Rosie through her prestigious Darzi fellowship – Rosie's work was rated as exceptional. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Whose ShoesLinks and resources Partnering with minoritised women and birthing people to improve maternal and perinatal outcomes: a Darzi journey - Health Innovation NetworkHighly acclaimed Whose Shoes event in Croydon, focusing on health inequalities affecting women and families from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communitiesGill Phillips' presentation at ‘Birthing with colour’ Nov 2020 -championed by Lewisham and Greenwich maternity teamNobody's Patient' projectFamily Integrated Care reportThe Obs Pod - CQC Maternity Survey 2022Gill Phillips' article Patient Experience Library, Jan 2023We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:01:06:50

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45. Noreen Bukhari - supporting women from ‘BAME’ communities

1/29/2023
Health inequalities are in the news at the moment, with NHS organisations setting out to understand and address them, with a strong focus on the needs of people from different cultural backgrounds. But where do third sector (community) groups fit in? How do you build trust with women and families from Black and ethnic minority communities and design services that are flexible enough to meet people’s needs? It is not a quick fix. They seem to be doing something right in Coventry but it is a formula that has been built over many years and involves a holistic, integrated approach. Today I am talking to Noreen Buckari, who tells us about the work of FWT, a community-led organisation helping women fulfil their dreams and contribute fully in life and work. The work thrives because of close relationships with maternity and other statutory services in Coventry, working together to support families, and specifically now as we emerge from the pandemic. When I tweeted saying I was looking forward to talking to Noreen, there was an outpouring of love. Noreen is making such a difference to women, and particularly those from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities, and I’m proud to have her on the podcast. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Whose ShoesWhose Shoes Links FWT - a centre for women Whose Shoes - latest workshop in Coventry Warwick Uni film - link coming soon Whose Shoes in Croydon re the needs of ‘BAME’ women using maternity care https://youtu.be/rlfwwT0dvUg Meet Gaynor Armstrong, Head of Midwifery in Coventry Symphony of Us City of Culture carnival We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:54:43

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44. Happy New Year! Where do we go from here?

1/8/2023
Happy New Year - and thank you for listening! For pretty much the first time ever, I’m starting the New Year with a plan. Or at least I thought I was. But, in the words of John Lennon, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans” so perhaps planning is overrated. Whose Shoes has had a pretty crazy, organic development up until now, so I’m sure it will continue to find its own course. We’ll see. So, in this podcast, I look ahead to some of the Whose Shoes work we have planned for 2023. It will serve to put a marker in the sand as to where things are at; key projects and opportunities, and then perhaps compare at the end of the year, what actually happened. Look out in particular for our projects around: · Family Integrated Care in neonatal units · Integrating services for children and young people. · Exploring health inequalities, particularly around maternity care and how they affect women and families in black and ethnic minority communities. I also talk about my article in Patient Experience News this month. I share thoughts such as: Radical? You decide. The podcast is enabling me to talk to amazing people who are making a difference in health care. I keep discovering more of them. Coming soon: I will be talking to some fabulous new guests about health inequalities. Here’s to 2023, and to paraphrase my friend, Helen Calvert: "Let’s squeeze every bit of joy and opportunity from it”. Lemon light bulbs 🍋🍋🍋 🍋 Keep podcasting and connecting people in 2023! Links and resources: https://fabnhsstuff.net/fab-collections/matexphttps://q.health.org.uk/idea/2022/no-more-theoretical-mummy/Whose Shoes - overview (padlet.com)https://youtu.be/rlfwwT0dvUgLiberating StructuresReferences to other episodes 12. Terri Porrett - Fab NHS Stuff 13. Yvonne Newbold - Newbold Hope 16. Anna Geyer - visual recording 18. Nadia Leake and Rachel Collum - #FICare 25. Miles Sibley - Patient Experience News 34. Rachel Crook - caring for little ones, as a mum and a nurse! 43. #WildObs Christmas Special We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:24:47

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43. #WildObs Part 2 - Christmas Special, 2022

12/17/2022
As we hit the festive season, join me and my 'magic mate', Florence Wilcock, as we reflect on 2022 and have a little fun. Florence is a consultant obstetrician, a great friend and my co-founder of #MatExp. We chat about some of our key advent-ures in 2022, building on the #WildObs podcast we recorded at the end of 2021. Florence hosts the informative and engaging The Obs Pod podcast, talking about all things maternity from the perspective of a person-centred obstetrician. It has something for everyone. We are looking forward to 2023, particularly working on the new digital Family Integrated Care project, helping neonatal teams understand the experience of parents with a baby on a neonatal unit. This #QExchange project builds directly on ‘Nobody’s Patient’, which Florence masterminded. It is wonderful to have people like Florence, Lyse Edwards and Mary Salama on board who really get the Whose Shoes approach and will bring creativity and humanity to ensure that it is a really engaging facilitation tool. Watch this space. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋🍋🍋 Your childhood only expires if you let it Whose ShoesRudolf was elf-taught! Thank you for listening throughout 2022 - see you next year! Here’s to a fun (and, in the best possible way, disruptive) 2023. We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:01:10:48

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42. Rachel Power - patients as equal partners in the NHS

12/4/2022
Today I am talking to Rachel Power, CEO of the Patients' Association. Huge thanks to our mutual friend, Yvonne Newbold for introducing us! The Patients' Association was established almost 60 years ago and is a membership forum - why not join? Rachel is a strong advocate for patient partnership; her organisation is highly influential, helping patient voices be heard by NHS England and the government. I'm hoping that this important conversation will form a bit of a 'pincer movement' with Episode 25, in which Miles Sibley, founder of the Patient Experience Library provides real evidence that 'patient stories' are not only important but should have equal weight with medical stories. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Why don't you? patient partnership is the way forward!Links and resources The Patients' Association Miles Sibley, Founder of Patient Experience Library Yvonne Newbold - Founder of Newbold Hope We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:30:46

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41. Lesley Goodburn - #SethsLegacy. Raising awareness of pancreatic cancer

11/20/2022
So today I am fulfilling a pledge. If you look at the Purple Rainbow website, you can make pledges #SomethingForSeth, as part of the legacy for Seth Goodburn, who sadly died of pancreatic cancer in 2014. My pledge was to invite his wife Lesley to share the story on the podcast, and I am delighted to do so today! Lesley has done extraordinary work to raise awareness of this cruel disease and help so many other families going through the same experience. This is my first ever one-to-one conversation with Lesley – I hope you enjoy it! This is a story of love and humanity, fundraising, connections, supporting improvement through narrative, including storytelling, and also making a play and a film. As you can hear already, So much synergy with my Whose Shoes work. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Links and resources Purple Rainbow website - listen to podcasts exploring pancreatic cancer Make a pledge: #Something4Seth Yvonne Newbold - Founder of Newbold Hope Sarah Land - Founder of Peeps HIE charity Miles Sibley, Founder of Patient Experience Library We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:42:18

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40. Prof. Cath Crock - music in health care - our first international podcast guest!

11/6/2022
My 1st international guest - Prof. Cath Crock, founder of Hush Foundation, Melbourne. Using music to bring kindness into health care. Cath’s work is 100% in tune 🎹 with Whose Shoes, bringing creativity and humanity into health care. I met Cath through Bob Klaber’s monthly kindness sessions. Cath and Nicki Macklin from NZ are regular contributors, joining in the early hours! Social movements for kindness in health care are growing internationally. The Gathering of Kindness is an amazing line-up of international speakers, demonstrating how kindness makes a difference. Get involved! Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Links and resources Hush Foundation Gathering of Kindness The Obs Pod: Reading the Signals Daniel, 15, is an upcoming singer-songwriter - his 1st song 'Day by day' describes Daniel's journey in hospital We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:51:36

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39. Art Of the Possible - Fab NHS Stuff

10/24/2022
This week, I was delighted to be invited to kick off the ‘Art of the Possible’ festival, hosted by Fab NHS Stuff. It’s been a lively programme focused on making good stuff happen - five days packed full of short webinars and other goodies, offering practical tips and resources to help people turn their quality improvement pledges into reality. I always enjoy getting involved in simple stuff that makes things happen, and NHS Fab Stuff is up there with the best! I was chatting with Terri Porritt and Rachel Jury about meaningful coproduction, and we were answering questions from our live audience. A wonderful mix of professional experience and lived experience. I thought I could give the ‘Art of the Possible’ festival a boost by sharing the audio from our conversation as this week’s podcast. Please leave feedback or a review telling us what you think. Videos of all the sessions are available free of charge on catch up – a whole box set of little videos with passionate people contributing their nuggets of brilliance ranging from trauma-informed support for your colleagues to reconditioning games. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋: (I have yet to squeeze them - to be updated!) Links and resources: Art Of The Possible All the videos and top tips can be found here Video of our 'meaningful coproduction' session Gill’s Digital Postcard: Top Tips for meaningful co-production Our Whose Shoes Fab Collection: https://fabnhsstuff.net/fab-collections/matexp Both Terri Porrett and Rachel Jury have been previous podcast guests. We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:31:44

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38. Sarah Land - founder of the Peeps H.I.E. Charity

10/9/2022
Today I’m talking to Sarah Land, another wonderful person who is using her own lived experience to help others. Until a short time ago, I hadn’t heard about Sarah, who is the founder of the Peeps H.I.E. Charity. Now I seem to be hearing about her everywhere I go. Such is the nature of networking. And, very rewarding in the context of my strong belief that these inspirational stories need a much wider audience! Thank you, Rachel Crook, (Episode 34) for introducing me to Sarah and to everyone driving positive change for young families. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Links and resources Find out more about: Peeps H.I.E charity Episode 13: Yvonne Newbold MBE – founder of Newbold Hope Episode 34: Rachel Crook: caring for little ones, as a mum and a nurse! We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:33:00

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37. Daisy Mackey - Don't make assumptions about people!

9/25/2022
Today I am speaking with Daisy Mackey, a young woman in the final stages of the prestigious NHS Graduate Management Trainee Scheme Daisy will make a great leader in the NHS – watch this space! I found Daisy’s story truly inspirational - I am thrilled to have the chance to share some of it with you today. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Some of the other podcast episode/guests referred to: Episode 23: Angela Cornwall Episode 33: Aishah Farooq Episode 34: Rachel Crook We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:41:48

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36. Keep calm and carry on

9/11/2022
70 years of continuity How often does that happen in the modern age? Or ever really? You don’t need me to tell you it has been the most extraordinary week, so I wanted to take a bit of time to put a marker in the sand, before it too slips away. Going off piste from my normal theme of healthcare improvement, to share a few thoughts about the death of the Queen, my Mum, the war, and how it has all affected me personally. I hope it resonates with you – I would love to hear what your own thoughts and experiences have been, particularly perhaps how these might be different for people of different age groups. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Keep calm and carry onLinks Episode 24 - ‘Mum’s 100th birthday’ In the shoes of Gill's Mum A life well lived #FreeGillsMum We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:28:52

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35. Claire Gartland & Amanda Pike - LISTENING to women and families, maternity and neonatal

9/4/2022
One of our major #MatExp #WhoseShoes projects is called ‘Nobody’s Patient’. This included exploring the interface between maternity and neonatal care, and how families experience this. Our podcast guests today are from Lincolnshire, who were the FIRST in the country to set up a joint ‘Matarnity and Neonatal Voices Partnership’ – these LMNS groups have since spread across the country. How did they do it? What did they learn? How disd it lead to the first MILITARY Voices Partnership. In a lovely blend of lived and learned experience, Claire Gartland, Amanda Pike (and Sue Jarvis in absentia) tell us more. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Links and resources Lincolnshire Maternity Voices Partnership Lincolnshire's Maternity & Neonatal Military Care Programme Lincolnshire listens - our 'neonatal parent voice' We LOVE it when you leave a review! If you enjoy my podcast and find these conversations useful please share your thoughts by leaving a review (Apple is easiest to leave a review) and comment on your favourite episodes. I tweet as @WhoseShoes and @WildCardWS and am on Instagram as @WildCardWS. Please recommend 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' to others who enjoy hearing passionate people talk about their experiences of improving health care.

Duration:00:38:54