That was the start of a very special friendship and my first acquaintance with The Academy of Fabulous Stuff.
In November of that year, I was invited for the yearly FAB awards. That week I met Roy Lilley for the first time. His first words I will never forget “you really do to exist” and then we hugged.
I am proud that Terri & Roy made me a Fab ambassador and that I have my own landing page on the Fab site.
Two very special people with a big heart for healthcare and for the hard workers from the first line.
Yes it’s all about them, they are the one the only one who can realize a persons center care. Everybody in healtcare works so that these people can do their job. Take a look on the the FAB site
It is the place to share ideas about doing it right, boast about the good stuff and if you have a problem, the place to search for an answer.
It has motivated the passionate people who work in the NHS, who want to share, be collegiate, find the good stuff and pass it on.
Improvement leaders from across the globe, from healthcare and other industries can learn greatly from “FabNHSStuff”.
He has written for the Guardian, Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph and other newspapers, journals and management periodicals including a regular column in Pharmaceutical Marketing magazine.
Roy’s position as a former chair of the NHS Trust and analyst and commentator of healthcare policy has contributed to his unparalleled reach over social media in the NHS. You can follow Roy on Twitter here @RoyLilley
Roy is also a publisher of an e-newsletter which reaches 100,000 inboxes. Tip from Rip subscribe yourself on this newsletter.
Terri was a ward sister at St. Marks Hospital before joining the Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in 1991 as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Stoma Care. Terri worked at the Homerton as a Nurse Consultant and was Clinical Director of the North East London Bowel Cancer Screening Centre.
She has co-edited two textbooks and published extensively in medical Colorectal and nursing Gastrointestinal Journals. Terri joined Coloplast in 2011 and in her role as Head of Education, Ostomy Division, develops professional support and education programmes for specialist nurses.
Terri was involved in the development of an online resource to enable specialist nurses to articulate the value of their role and amplify the voice of specialist nurses.
In 2013 Terri was recognised in the Nursing Times Nursing Leaders list as a real champion for colorectal nursing and specialist nursing in general.
This is my introduction film for all the Fab ambassadors. Is I am the first Fab ambassadors from outsite the united kingdom I also introduced my hometown Rotterdam. A city that is famous about his do mentality.
This mentality fits perfect by the philosophy of MusicShelter and with my defenition of care. As for me care is Do & Try!
This is the only way to find out what the persons you care for likes or dislikes. This is the only way to really realize a patient centered care. This is the only way your care work makes you happy and giving you work satisfaction.