Some fantastic news when I was confirmed as a NHS Improvement Fellow. I’ll be working very closely with Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, the NHS England Medical Director.

Professor Keogh is very supportive – I first met him at TEDxNHS when I was presenting last year, and we recently met again to discuss Arian Teleheal, this time with the documentary cameras with us.

It’s interesting to think that I’m now working with this year’s TEDxNHS presenters, giving them advice on how to structure their talks for greatest impact.

That’s what I’ll be doing as a NHS Improvement Fellow too, helping share the improvement tools and techniques which will enable staff in the NHS to bring to life their own ideas to improve care for patients all across the country.

We can achieve so much if we give people the support to take forward their own ideas, dreams and ambitions