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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, providin ...
 
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Family Integrated Care makes a huge difference to families when their baby is in neonatal care. Today I am talking to Nadia Leake and Rachel Collum, two mums who have had babies in neonatal care, and are doing wonderful work in this area. In a nutshell “Parents and babies need each other and must stay together, with their relationship nurtured and …
 
Today's guest, Rachel Jury, is winner of the National Diversity Award 2018 for positive role model for disability. She tweets as @Rocking2Stomas, and refers to herself as one of the community of ‘Double Baggers’. I’m looking forward to helping break a few more taboos by hearing Rachel's story today. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋s We all need purpose – it is…
 
Happy New Year to all our listeners! I'm kicking off 2022 by talking to the person who helps bring our Whose Shoes events alive and ensures they have lasting impact. Our combined approach to coproduction has been described as magic. One and one definitely equals more than two. Anna Geyer, Director of New Possibilities, is my long term friend and pa…
 
Welcome to WildObs – A Mash-up of 'The Obs Pod' and 'Wild Card - Whose Shoes' podcasts as a 2021 Christmas special !! #MatExp co-founders Gill Phillips, creator of 'Whose Shoes' and my good friend #FabObs Florence Wilcock, chatting about our advent / musical adventures over the years. 🍋💡🍋 CROWDSOURCED FILMS #MindNBody Advent videos, 2018 – perinata…
 
This is a very special podcast for me - a story I was really keen to capture as it deserves a large audience. Today I am speaking to Dr Alice Ladur, who has used my Whose Shoes board game in her PhD project in Uganda, working with men to bring about culture change and improve maternal and the enable outcomes. It is a very powerful story and the imm…
 
Today, I am talking to my good friend Yvonne Newbold, MBE , the founder of Newbold Hope. Smashing taboos and giving hope to families, reducing anxiety-led difficult and dangerous behaviours in children & young people with additional needs and disabilities. Lemon lightbulbs 🍋💡🍋 Please see the chapter headings! Struggling with the word count this wee…
 
Today is #FabChange21 - the Fab Change 21 Festival - and how better to celebrate this than to chat with Dr Terri Porrett, otherwise known as ’The Blonde.’ You can find out more about 'being blonde', and how it relates to quality improvement, during the podcast! Gill Phillips will be running a 'Whose Shoes - Poet's Corner' as part of #FabChange21 - …
 
Today I am talking to Professor Lesley Page, CBE, an internationally respected voice of midwifery! As co-founder of #MatExp, the social movement to improve maternity experience, improving maternity is very close to my heart. It's well known that there's a growing problem at the moment around the shortage of midwives, and other pressures. A #MarchWi…
 
So, who would have thought it? We've got to 10 episodes already. So I thought I'd do something a little bit different and stop and reflect on my podcasting journey so far. The short version is: 'I'm loving it'! ... but it has had its share of excitement, a few ups and downs, and with lots of learning along the way. The one thing that is certain is …
 
Today I'm talking to Rachael Grimaldi, co-founder of the multi-award-winning CardMedic® and one of the most inspirational movers and shakers I've ever met. CardMedic is a brilliantly simple and unique digital communication tool. Rachael is a mum of three young children, a NHS clinical entrepreneur, and an anaesthetist. She is also a lovely warm, ge…
 
Children's author, community and charity whizz, fund-raiser and so much more ... Rachael and I hope you enjoy our Halloween Special in which we explore whether creativity and innovation in health care and beyond needs to be .... SCARY! Lots of lemon lightbulbs! 🍋💡🍋 See 'chapter headings' for more detail and to pick out your favourite bits, includin…
 
Today I talk to Carol Munt, one of the HSJ top 50 ‘patient leaders’ in the country. I love Carol’s common sense approach to quality improvement in health care. Carol has many different hats, including her own lived experience, looking after her mum with dementia and being a nurse in A&E! I think this episode contains a lot of wisdom, so a great con…
 
Today we are walking - or should I say running - in the shoes of Joan Pons Laplana. Joan is one of the most interesting JFDI people I know. We all want to support the NHS, but Joan adds fun and creativity, so that we can all feel part of his adventures. Joan has just run the London Marathon , dressed as a pint of Guinness, raising money for Cavell …
 
In the early part of the pandemic, early summer 2020, we ran a series of #VirtualWhoseShoes sessions, sharing innovative best practice during the pandemic and exploring the particular challenges faced by different groups of people. The work was influential and led to a lot of interesting speaker opportunities, as well as helping people ( including …
 
My first #MatExp guest! Huge thanks to busy mum (and so much more!) my friend Leanne Howlett for sharing her experience of perinatal mental health and how she is using it to help others. We are hoping this episode will be influential in raising awareness and spreading some of the, often very simple, ideas that we discuss. Please give us some feedba…
 
Jumping off in a different direction today. Clinical and digital education. Dr Tim Fawns was flagged up by one of his students, Katie Cullum, as one of the most engaging people she had come across. Tim was the lecturer when she did a postgraduate certificate in clinical education online at the University of Edinburgh. This program is run for medics…
 
My very first podcast guest! Very special indeed that my good friend Dr Farzana Hussain, GP of the year 2020 and fellow #HSJ100 Wild Card, dived in to do this with me. This is exactly the tone I am wanting for the podcast series – full of humanity, wisdom, curiosity and very informal. Please give us some feedback. We are really hoping that you enjo…
 
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…
 
Wild Card. I couldn’t believe it when I was announced as an #HSJ100 wild card. Who is it that the new Chief Executive of the NHS should be listening to? Apparently it is me! And then I thought about it. I have a fantastic network and could be a catalyst for people whose voices really need to be heard. How could I do that? I could set up a podcast s…
 
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