https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1394226199946305538?s=20 Social media simply didn't exist when I started my nursing journey. The internet was just starting to properly take off. I still remember my GCSE computer studies teacher taking us into the special room where the computer of the future was kept. It had this thing called "Electronic mail" and "windows". We were all… Continue reading What are the possibilities of nursing and social media moving forward? My May 2021 We Nurses Blogpost.
Don’t you miss being a real nurse? What “do” we all do?
This week has seen the re-emergence of the nursing myth of the "real nurse". One that those of use who don't work as a staff nurse, as a ANP, or any other traditional patient facing roles, are familiar with. Sarah Lee, in her tweet, shows this myth is still very much alive and kicking and… Continue reading Don’t you miss being a real nurse? What “do” we all do?
Case Study 1: Jakub and Sophia – The FeeLyne Study #ResCons
This case study is part of the live twitter learning session on Saturday 10th April 2021. For more information, please follow @receivingconsnt and see the pinned tweet. - Emma In case study 1 we will meet Jakub and Sophia - 2 potential participants for the FeeLyne* study, a study looking at which wound dressing is… Continue reading Case Study 1: Jakub and Sophia – The FeeLyne Study #ResCons
Photo by Scott Graham on Unspla Scrolling through my twitter feed I often come across the odd post bemoaning the fact that someone has been teaching or facilitating a meeting and there has been some resistance to the "Camera on" instruction. It causes a virtual tug of war but in the end, the cards seem… Continue reading Cameras on?