First week of transformation – safety scientist to child health fellow

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Hello my all lovely pulsars,

By the time I am aware that without my blog the HOT weekend never gonna start for you.so here I am being generous to you:-)

The first week of my Pulse journey, I described as BEAUTIFIED…

What I had with me on my first day morning:-

Confidence received from UK orientation training
Confidence received from UK orientation training

 

Experience of using the ADP tools to deliver the sustainable change
Experience of using the ADP tools to deliver the sustainable change
Motivation from the Family and friends
Motivation from the Family and friends

What I am missing:-

my workplace
my workplace
That shiny white coat
That shiny white coat
Free Hot chocolate
Free Hot chocolate
Ware site canteen in summer
Ware site canteen in summer

Challenges I am facing:-

Early morning drive on M25
Early morning drive on M25
My fellow catalysts on M25
My fellow catalysts on M25
New people
New people

Now the BEAUTIFIED stuffs you all were waiting for:-

Transformation from safety scientist to child health module planner…….

After series of training programmes and induction meetings with Project Hope UK CEO Paul Brooks and COO Anette Von Block I felt like I have been involved in top-level tri-nation summit to discuss on England,Germany and India issues keeping in mind South Africa(…haha:-)…), Thank you so much Paul and Anette for all your time during the first week. I highly appreciated.

The first health module I have been involved and working on is developing Pathway to health module for Diabetes for child health for Early year development health center at Munsievillae, South Africa.

 

To help child knows about diabetes
To help child knows about diabetes
various types of diabetes
various types of diabetes

It’s great to learn more about diabetes, searching for the materials, reading more on the papers, posters available on the media, discussing with Paul and Anette and applying my scinetist mind to transformed key required messages to raise the awareness of diabetes and keeping focus on patients.

During this exercise, the absolute necessary requirement would be to keep simple terminology in mind for the child population. Please find below the Diabetes Rep I found and you wont believe but I have managed to write diabetes rhyme which can give some simple messages to kids and easier to remember.

Diabetes Rep:-

I didnt ask for diabetes…
it Just popped up you see… 
but now that i got nothing changed im still me… 
Havin betes just means me and sugar dont mesh….
but its all good because im still friky friky fresh….

Diabetes Rhyme:-

I would love to be energetic,

No to sweeties, No to candies,

My medic is very pragmatic,

Yes to veggies, Yes to Fruities,

I would like to know about diabetic,

I don’t mind if sugar becomes pathetic.

Voting is open:- Please dont forget to vote below….Your vote is very precious to us…

Keep supporting me on this journey…Many more excited things to go…

Have a great weekend and please take care of yourself.

Signing off…

your favourite GSK Pulse ambassador-2015:-)

Disclaimer:-

“Hi! My name is Hitesh Dave and I live in UK. I work for GSK, currently serving as a PULSE Volunteer with [Project Hope UK], however the opinions you read from me here are totally my own.”

6 comments

  1. That ADP twister photo is doing the rounds again I see! Great blog 🙂 If you need any help re Type 1 diabetes stuff Hitesh, let me know…I’ve had it since I was a kid too….

  2. I love the energy of your blog Hitesh, it’s great and made me smile! Great to hear that you made a good start this week. Look forward to hearing how things progress.

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