Quintiles IMS
Salix & Co

About Terri

Colorectal/Stoma Care Nurse for 20 years. Now working as Head of Education Ostomy Dvision Coloplast Ltd. supporting Nurse Specialists demonstrate their value via Apollonursingresource.com . Love photography and have developed AcademyOfFabulousArtStuff.com a not for profit venture which is all about having fun with photography, painting and drawing to raise money for charity.
Privileged to promote and support the patient centred services delivered by Nurse Specialists.

 Child Protection Clinical Supervision

29 May 2017Categories: BrilliantBartsHealth, FabCYPStuff, Nursing, safeguarding, Staff/role initiatives, The 4 Candles Award, Valuing your staff

Working to ensure children are protected from harm requires sound professional judgments to be made. It is demanding work that [...]


21 May 2017Categories: BrilliantBartsHealth, Cancer services, Digital technology, Multidisciplinary Team Working, Staff/role initiatives, The 5127 Award, The Penguin Teamship Award, Training, Valuing your staff, Working Smarter

Situation analysis -The highest cost in Healthcare is Staffing. One way to save money and improve efficiency is to help [...]

‘STITCH : Simulation Training and Interprofessional Teambuildng for Critical Care Healthworkers’ – an in-house, in-situ simulation program.

18 May 2017Categories: BrilliantBartsHealth, education, Emergency care, Nursing, The 4 Candles Award, The Penguin Teamship Award, Training

Ongoing staff education and training is key to creating change, ensuring best practice and improving patient care. Within our critical [...]

The evolution of a social change movement – from ChangeDay to ChangeWeek by Helen Bevan and Roy Lilley

18 May 2017Categories: Do-ath-on, FabChangeDay, FabChangeWeek, News

The evolution of a social change movement – from ChangeDay to ChangeWeek Thanks to a lot of hard work, enthusiasm [...]

#JustDoIt – Stickers and stamps for patients’ play

15 May 2017Categories: FabCYPStuff, Just Do It - Why Nott?, Multidisciplinary Team Working, The TNT Award, Uncategorized

Problem When patients in the Children’s Hospital need extra attention from play specialists this needs to be communicated to all [...]

The NHS wasn’t held to ransom… if you exclude Microsoft.

15 May 2017Categories: Roy's Blog

Maureen struggled back from Sainsbury's.  Friday; she did the weekly shop, put it in the back of the car, ready [...]

OneHealthTech Collaborathon at eHealth Week 2017 by Angela Conway

14 May 2017Categories: #BrainTumourWarrior, Co-production, digital inclusion

Collaborawhatnow?! What do you get when you chuck some of healthcare’s biggest challenges to a group of (mostly) complete strangers, [...]

#TheBlonde and her film of the week-Your last 1000 days

08 May 2017Categories: BLONDE, ECIST Network, The Rosa Parks Award

‘Your last 1000 days’  is a not to be missed powerful and poignant film reminder that every day matters to [...]

Benefits of Dementia Befrienders into an acute hospital wards

07 May 2017Categories: Dementia Care, The Penguin Teamship Award, The Rosa Parks Award, Valuing your staff

People with dementia account for approximate 3.2 million hospital bed days per year with about 25% beds occupied at any [...]


02 May 2017Categories: BrilliantBartsHealth, Maternity

WHY?  Postnatal care is the neglected part of maternity services. As it is a 'low risk' clinical area, it receives [...]

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