- A job delivering our digital strategy
- Digital engagement on dementia
- Digital engagement to support compassion
- Use of third party digital tools
- Rationalising our digital channels
- The highs and lows of live blogging
- Digital content: why and how we publish it
- Big changes to DH’s digital operations
- A social media toolkit for press officers
- Ramping up our comms about GOV.UK
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It’s been a while since I’ve blogged here. This site was always my way of sharing thoughts and ideas when I was in previous jobs (and I've recently imported my tumblr travel blog). For the past six months or so though, since putting down some roots at the Department of Health, I’ve been posting regular pieces about digital goings-on on the DH digital health site. I also regularly compose more personal posts either in my head or on screen and then don't publish them. I must have written several Read more [...]
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There was a certain symmetry about finishing our trip in Delhi, and we were a lot better prepared for what must be one of the craziest cities on the planet. We flew back on the Thursday morning and I was … Continue reading
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Well, we weren’t going to make the same mistake twice. It had been very naive of us to turn up at the Red Fort in Delhi on a Sunday afternoon the first time we were in town. The queues had … Continue reading
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Finally, I can understand what it is to be an Indian tourist. We’d decided to venture down to Kanniyakumari – the southernmost point of India – and were looking forward to watching the sun set over three oceans at once. … Continue reading
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It’s our last week in India and we’ve made our way back to the seaside, this time to Odayam beach just north of Varkala. It’s calm and quiet – just the sound of the waves crashing on the rocks. We … Continue reading