Category list : Social media
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'Lack of support on placement? Get trending'Subscription
This time last year I was preparing myself for my first placement of my first year of learning disability nursing training; I was terrified.
Clinical research benefits go viral via TwitterSubscription
Clinical research nurses were part of a team that started a Twitter campaign to communicate about the hidden world of research, and it has now gone global.
Warning from NMC in new social media guidance Subscription
Nurses could risk their registration if they act in an unprofessional or unlawful way online, new guidance on the use of social media has warned.
NMC code advice on digital communicationsSubscription
The Nursing and Midwifery Council’s new code takes the first step in promoting online professionalism and appropriate behaviour in the use of social networking.
Hellomynameis campaign joined by 80 NHS trustsSubscription
The #hellomynameis campaign, initiated by terminally ill hospital consultant Kate Granger, to encourage health professionals to introduce themselves to their patients by name, is gathering pace by a “big bang” launch on February 2.
We asked healthcare professionals within the Twitter community to nominate who they felt deserved to be crowned “Nurse Tweeter of the Year 2014”
Why is it that all the positive changes and developments happening within the nursing profession are overlooked, while negative headlines take centre-stage?
The Twitter community is being asked to put forward names of nurses who deserve to be recognised for their contribution to nursing through social media
Jenny Clarke, known by her Twitter handle @JennytheM, has been using social media to focus on the benefits of skin-to-skin contact between mothers and new born babies.
Almost one in 10 young people would immediately take to social media to tell their friends and followers if they saw a stranger in a risky situation, a poll suggests.