A game of odds #cancer

A week ago I wrote a post explaining Dad’s latest situation with #cholangiocarcinoma Don’t give up the ship, fight her till she sinks. At the time we’d just seen his oncologist and heard the news that Dad’s one remaining option was to have chemotherapy in an attempt to stem the tumour in his stomach bleeding, which … More A game of odds #cancer

End-of life care

End of life care is something of a focus for me at present. For anyone who has not read my blog before my dad has terminal cancer, Dan a close friend of mine died of a brain tumour a year ago and I also have two elderly grandparents who at 91 and 93 (next week) … More End-of life care

ServDes: value, trust, transparency, ethics and shared expertise

A couple weeks ago I had the absolute pleasure of attending ServDes, the Nordic Conference on Service Design and Service Innovation. Held in beautiful Linköping in the middle of the South of Sweden (Swede’s seem intensely proud of which bit of Sweden they’re from so I thought I better clarify that), the research conference was … More ServDes: value, trust, transparency, ethics and shared expertise

Evidence Informed Practice in the Design of Services

I’m currently sat at Stockholm train station en route to ServDes – a service design and innovation conference taking place this week in Linköping. Tomorrow myself and Ferg are running an unconference session, we’re hoping to talk to people there about what they consider evidence to be and how they use it in their practice. … More Evidence Informed Practice in the Design of Services