Storify – Broken page links

12 Jun

Storify 2

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Please note that, throughout this blog, I make extensive use of twitter conversations saved on Storify – I used that site for years to help me collate my thoughts and save conversations with others. Sadly, Storify closed in 2018 so those links no longer work.

However, I have saved all my Storify stories on another site, so the work is not all lost. What I haven’t done is go through the website replacing all the links. Therefore, if there are any particular Storify stories you would like to look at, contact me and I will see what I can do!

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Dear All Pharmacists – On privacy and trust

23 Sep

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I was so upset yesterday about a breach of my privacy at a pharmacy (not the first one) that I ranted on twitter – and it seemed it struck a chord with other patients. Pharmacists who responded were horrified by the breaches discussed. The conversation continued on twitter all day yesterday, and continued into today. I’ve captured all the tweets in the links below (“All tweets”), and have curated too:

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Related links:

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Some responses from patients on their experiences of breach of privacy:

 

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#StateofMH

20 Jul

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cqc state of mh 1.

On today’s report by the Care Quality Commission on the state of mental health care in the UK

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Related links:

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Tweets:

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Stay away

10 Jul

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No visits till the meds kick in 1No visits till the meds kick in 2No visits till the meds kick in 4

No visits till the meds kick in 5

 

No visits till the meds kick in 7

No visits till the meds kick in 8

No visits till the meds kick in 9

No visits till the meds kick in 10

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No visits till the meds kick in part 1 and part 2.

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#MHQT

6 Jul

Here are all the tweets on the hashtag #MHQT from the panel debate and discussion on women and mental health at UCL on Wednesday 5th June 2017.

1) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/10-women-and-mental-health

2) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/2-mhqt

3) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/3-mhqt

4) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/4-mhqt

5) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/5-mhqt

6) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/6-mhqt

7) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/7-595d80759ddbba67e3a94e3f

8) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/mhqt-595d81909ddbba67e3a951ca

 

 

 

Women and mental health

4 Jul

Here are some thoughts of mine and of the lovely twitter people on the topic of women and mental health. No editing, hoovered up all the tweets during a particular timeframe. Enjoy!

On 9th June, I asked the question “How do mental health services need to change to better meet the specific needs of women? Suggestions please!”

Here’s the conversation that ensued over the next couple of days.

(1) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/1-women-and-mentalhealth

(2) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/2-women-and-mentalhealth

(3) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/3-women-and-mentalhealth-593c440f4de69fe737df9d06

(4) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/4-women-and-mentalhealth

(5) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/5-women-and-mentalhealth

(6) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/6-women-and-mentalhealth

(7) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/7

(8) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/3-women-and-mentalhealth

(9) https://storify.com/SectionedUK/9-women-and-mental-health

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“History of mental health problems”

16 Apr

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Why do news reports continue to use “history of mental health problems” as if it’s a complete answer to the “why?” of violent crime? It isn’t.

Some thoughts.

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