Book of Memories of

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Michael Davies

Our loving father and best mate passed away on January 11th 2021, and since then we as a family have been touched by the memories shared by those who knew him.

Dad left a lasting impression on everyone who met him, and we hope this book will help preserve his legacy. 

Please share your memories of Dad, Grandad, Mike & Dr Davies and let the pages of this book immortalise our friend.

 

Book Owner: Sean Davies
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Mohamed Shokry

1st time i met Mike was in February 2018. I instantly disliked him; he was loud, unkempt, hair all over the place with a belt that was too big and the wrong colour for what he was wearing. He started to introduce himself in the usual manner that we got to know (and much …

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Alexa Sidwell

Dr Davies, what a legend with our medical students who would tentatively venture up to the ward, unsure what their psychiatry placement would bring. Mike would break the ice with a welcoming, quirky and amusing quote or joke, then get them stuck in with whatever was happening. I remember one time he called me …

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Graham Spencer

It was a true privilige to work with a man of such unique character. He was always happy to support our research & make more positive differences to peoples lives. I always looked forward to coming to ward 33 knowing I would be made to feel welcome. He was great fun as well as …

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Jason Holdcroft-Long

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Mike’s premature passing. He was enormous fun to work with, but also very supportive to me on occasions when we worked together. It was clear when we were assessing his patients together for detention that he took the responsibility with the utmost seriousness and trod carefully …

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Jordan King

My contact with Mike during his work on Ward 33 was brief, however his pragmatism, compassion, time for the service user we were supporting, sense of humour and colourful waistcoat left a positive impression.  With best wishes and sincere condolences to his friends and family. …

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Subodh Dave

I got to know Mike as a colleague but then more closely as we worked together to help a couple of patients with complex difficulties. Mike’s humanity, compassion and willingness to work hard to get the best outcomes for this patients became obvious to me. He did not shy away from expressing controversial thoughts …

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Shabbir Amanullah

I got to know Mike more recently thanks to Rajesh Jain layer he chaired a session we conducted for a global audience  My brief friendship with him was a wonderful opportunity to get to know a kind hearted individual He will be missed My condolences and prayers that his family have the strength to cope …

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Colette Handsley

I worked with Mike on ward 33 when i was clinical lead for the in reach service. He was the most caring and compassionate gentleman who was very knowledgeable and thoughtful. He was also a joker and took great pleasure in making people laugh. When he and Mohammed left they both took me out to …

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Raghavendra Bethamcharla

Met Dr Davies in one of the WhatsApp group and he was a kind and thorough gentleman. I came to know through others who knew him personally that he was the same offline too.  My condolences to Dr Davies’ family and hope they have the strength to face this loss. Kind Regards Raghu.   …

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Maggie Pepper

It was indeed an encounter to meet and know you. You were a light to so many people including, your family, friends, professionals and of course your patients. You were a giver, never a taker. You sought to find a solution to help people, even when other professionals may have disagreed with you; you …

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Tanya Ames

Where do I begin? It’s still a shock to all of us, hearing the awful news. It doesn’t seem real. I thought I would write something on behalf of the nursing team on ward 33 where you spent so long as a locum, you became part of the furniture. You brought so much fun to …

Tanya Ames

Mohamed Shokry

Just an example of how in sync me and Mike were … This was a regular occurance … Having the same thought at the same time … His wording was always much more eloquent … I am still at loss for proper words … So will probably post every couple of days what pops …

M Shokry

George Wilson

Having worked with Dr D for a few months I was fortunate to get to know such a fun, charismatic, inspiring and generous guy. He was not only a mentor to me but also a role model too and taught me so much about psychiatry –  inspiring me to strongly consider a career in …

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Tom Ronan

I was heartbroken to hear about the death of my friend and colleague Dr Michael Davies. He was an extraordinary psychiatrist and mentor who taught me so much during my 8 month stint on ward 33. Mike was a much loved character who kept the ward staff plied with takeaways, lotto tickets and dirty …

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Fiona Goldstone

Every encounter an interesting one! Full of fun and challenge.. and an appreciation of psychological ideas! Mike was always joking about “being infected” by psychology which I will always remember, along with the flamboyance and passion that he brought to the world. Definitely a character to be remembered and then of course missed. Love …

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Simon Thacker

It was always a challenge and pleasure to work with Mike. He was a deep thinker about his work and provided his colleagues with novel and profound insights. His humanity and passion were always evident. Every condolence to his family. Rest in peace Mike.  …

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Natalie Davies

My wonderful father-in-law.  You always told us to get married and have  children as soon as possible so we could be as happy as you. You were right. It is more wonderful than we could ever have imagined.  I am so pleased Orla got to meet you. I will never forget how happy you …

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Orla Davies

It is just so unbelievably sad that Orla & Dad only met once in person, and that they couldn’t even have a cuddle. Dad’s constant support, love & excitement since he found out Orla was on her way has been invaluable.   I am so pleased that Dad decided to come and meet his …

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Laura

Oh Dr Davies you were brilliant, you always had a mischievous look on that face of yours 😂 you and Dr Shockry were so comical together. Not only were you funny but also kind, I’m so sad and shocked, may you rest in peace. Sending lots of love xxx …

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M Shokry

You can call me Dr Davies … Mike … Doc … I am not at all fussy … And he truly wasn’t … I am sharing the words of condolences i’ve received    •  Such an unconventional but wise man. He taught me a lot. May he rest in peace.• That’s so sad, shocking …

M Shokry

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