"We" share all sorts of stuff via Twitter discussions from Evidence Based Practice #EBP to tweets expressing opinions, personal experience and thoughts - practice based evidence (a concept explored by Swisher 2010. ) However the transient nature of Twitter means that all this very useful stuff is lost in the ether, which is very sad indeed. But there is good news, it's all here .. just search!
#ExpOfCare blog: An opportunity that was a gift!
30 March, 2017 by @MichaelaTait8
I heard about ‘Experiences of Care’ (#ExpofCare) week, which took place from 20th - 24th March, through my NHS networks and Twitter. It was described as ‘a week of activity to celebrate all the fabulous things we do to improve patient/family/carers and staff experiences’. I have the privilege of being the Patient Experience Manager at Milton Keyne ...
#ExpOfCare Blog: Reflections on venturing into adulthood
24 March, 2017 by @AmyFrounks
The venture into adulthood is full of opportunities, surprises, and change; all of these a learning curve and mixture of positive and negative experiences.
Being a young adult has been amazing I believe these are going to be the best years of my life, in fact am already enjoying them more than my childhood. Having said that, I need to survi ...
#ExpOfCare Blog: Why you are important to #ExpOfCare
20 March, 2017 by @ckentone
Why you are important to #ExpofCareExpereince
By Claire Kent, Patient Expereince Lead, Nursing Directorate (Midlands & East) NHS England
Experience of care week coincides with my last few days in a secondment to NHSE (Midlands & East) as Patient Experience Lead. Changing roles, even when it’s going back to one I know, prompts reflection and I’ve ...
#ExpOfCare Blog: An #EndPJParalysis Chorus!
20 March, 2017 by @AnnMarieRiley10
From a tweet to an #EndPJparalysis chorus
by Prof Brian Dolan & Ann-Marie Riley
Prof Brian Dolan is Director, Health Service 360, Honorary Professor of Leadership in Healthcare, University of Salford, Manchester and Visiting Professor of Nursing, Oxford Institute of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Research. @brianwdolan
Ann-Marie Riley ...
#ExpOfCare Blog: Johns Campaign
20 March, 2017 by @JohnCampaign
By Julia Jones @JohnCampaign
Please support John's Campaign: for the right to stay with people with dementia www.johnscampaign.org.uk
“It enabled him to remain the person he was for as long as he could.”
Sunday evening’s emails brought me two gifts. The first was a brief account, from a granddaughter, explaining how and why John’s Campaign had ...
#ExpOfCare Blog: A Magical Midwife
09 March, 2017 by @AgencyNurse
It’s not very often that I come into contact with health care professionals on a personal basis, yes its true I work and tweet with them everyday, but I am fortunate enough to be happy and healthy. The same goes for my family – in fact it wasn’t so long ago that a family dinner conversation turned to “didn’t our family GP die?” … none of us ...
#ExpOfCare Blog: Always Events
06 March, 2017 by @lorrainewolfen1
Always Events® - support to help you co-design an Always Event® in your organisation and improve your patient’s experience of care by Lorraine Wolfenden
2017 is an exciting time for Always Events® and I am privileged to be a part of it. Since the publication of the toolkit in December, many trusts have expressed an interest in beco ...
#ExpOfCare Blog: RITA
02 March, 2017 by @NorthumbriaNHS
Written by Michael Porter Activities Wellbeing Co-ordinator Northumbria NHS Foundation Trust
At Northumbria Healthcare, we have always endeavoured to incorporate meaningful activities within our elderly care wards. We understand that providing the right environment alongside meaningful activities really makes a difference in enhancing ...