#WeNurses - Thursday 11th December 2014 8pm (Greenwich Standard Time) How do you keep up to date with reliable research?

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Nurses, doctors, specialists and trainees all need to keep up to date with the latest research, policy and guidance in their specialty. This information is essential in order to make accurate decisions about health care. 


There is good evidence that people are still not getting the information they need. The huge volume of high quality published research means that there is simply too much new information to keep track of. Furthermore, a huge volume of irrelevant publications obscures the really good quality and clinically relevant material. 


This tweet chat will:

• Explore the problems that busy health professionals face in keeping up to date with research

• Provide tips about sorting the wheat from the chaff

• Help you build confidence about reading papers and understanding their relevance to your work

• Introduce you to the National Elf Service and other reliable science blogs


Most health and social care professionals say they keep up to date in a variety of ways:

• I speak to my colleagues

• I read relevant journals, guidelines and reports

• I go to relevant training, conferences and meetings


Other comments include:

• I don’t read much research

• I have a brilliant local librarian who helps me

• I don’t have the time or the critical appraisal skills

• I focus on evidence-based resources like the Cochrane Library

• I don’t know where to start

• I use social media

• I follow key opinion leaders, researchers and bloggers


Science blogs and social media have dramatically changed the information landscape in recent years. It’s now possible for everyone to engage with research that’s relevant to their work or personal health situation. This tweet chat will give you the tools and inspiration to start keeping up to date.


About Andre Tomlin - @Mental_elf 

I’m an Information Scientist and I have worked in the digital health field for 20 years, formerly at the University of Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Mental Health and since 2002 as MD of Minervation Ltd an evidence-based healthcare consultancy based in Oxford.


I started the Mental Elf website in 2011, to help health and social care professionals keep up to date with the latest reliable mental health research, policy and guidance. The site has been a great success through word of mouth and social media publicity and has quickly spawned elves in many other areas. 


We now have 8 live websites, which make up the National Elf Service:

1. The Commissioning Elf 

2. The Dental Elf  

3. The Diabetes Elf  

4. The Education Elf 

5. The Learning Disabilities Elf 

6. The Lifestyle Elf 

7. The Mental Elf 

8. The Musculoskeletal Elf 


We have 3 more sites in the pipeline:

1. The Child Elf

2. The Social Care Elf

3. The Stroke Elf






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With thanks to @Mental_Elf for supporting and summarising the chat below:

There were 96 individuals who contributed to the conversation and it was a real mix of people, including service users, carers, health and social care professionals (with lots of nurses obviously), researchers and academics, even a librarian or two, which was nice. Here’s my summary of the discussion.



What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research?

I started the chat by asking what prevented people from keeping up to date and as you would expect the main barriers people highlighted were a lack of time, not being able to find published research, and having insufficient appraisal skills to assess the reliability of the evidence.

There was some consensus around the idea that reading research and using it in practice was not usually part of nursing culture and even that some student nurses were frightened of research.

We discussed problems of access with a huge proportion of the evidence locked away behind paywalls and we touched on the issue that research often asks quite different questions to those that arise in every day nursing practice.
 

How do you decide what to read and what to cast aside?

People were very practical in their response to this question. The evidence-based gurus would like to think that professionals only choose to read the best available evidence, but of course in reality we primarily look for studies that are relevant to our area of work. Whether they are well conducted or presented papers is sometimes of secondary concern.

The diverse group who took part in the chat presented a number of options for sorting the wheat from the chaff. Some focused mainly on reliable sources (e.g. NICE, Cochrane), others targeted what they felt were evidence-based summaries and blogs, while some people relied more on the publications in their field (perhaps the guidelines coming from their professional membership body or the research papers in their professional journal).

The group agreed that it was eminently sensible to only read unbiased sources, but there was some debate about how to tell whether a source was biased or not. There are no easily accessible lists that can help with this.



What sources of evidence do you find most useful? (e.g. colleagues, guidelines, journals, websites, textbooks, social media etc.)

People recognised the potential biases involved in relying on advice from colleagues, although the people we work with are often inevitably the first source of answers to our questions. Many highlighted the value of social media as a way to build your own network of trusted colleagues who can share relevant and reliable evidence with you.

Sources flagged up by the chat participants included evidence-based guidelines from national bodies like NICE, systematic reviews from the Cochrane Collaboration and others, relevant journals, Science blogs like Evidently Cochrane, national information services such as the now defunct NHS Direct.

Other different types of research were also highlighted as important for answering specific types of questions. Qualitative research was mentioned by some as was mixed methods research, which is becoming increasingly popular. There was a general feeling that limiting just to evidence-based research (i.e. systematic reviews, RCTs etc) is never going to suffice for nurses or indeed other health and social care professionals.

We all stressed the importance of ensuring that the sources of evidence we used provided us with reliable research, whilst recognising that information also had to be usable (i.e. clear, simple and readable). It was noted that high quality research such as systematic reviews can be quite inaccessible and unusable, which means that busy professionals simply don’t use them.

Many chat participants commented that Twitter had dramatically increased their access to high quality research and interesting discussions about this research. I guess the tweet chat was a pretty biased sample in this regard, but it’s undeniably an important source of evidence for nurses and others.

I pointed out some of the key databases for nurses (Cochrane, Medline, Cinahl and the British Nursing Index) and suggested starting at the HDAS simple search if you work for the NHS (have an OpenAthens account) and feel a literature search coming on. I also recommended the TRIP Database as the best place to start an online search for reliable health information.



So how much time do you all have for reading research?

There was widespread agreement that nurses have hardly any time for reading at work, so keeping up to date with the latest research requires not just a level of interest in the subject but also the dedication to do the reading in the evening and at weekends. Some people said they liked to have something available to read every day that was brief, relevant to their work and reliable – elf blog anyone? ;-)

It’s interesting to compare the self-reported reading time of different professional groups. Anecdotally we know that people tend to have more time available to them the closer they are to their original medical training, which makes sense. Of course in some ways, the further you get from your medical training, the greater the need to read the latest evidence relevant to your professional role. However, no-one has enough time to keep up to date with the avalanche of high quality evidence that is now being published every week.

Do you feel confident critically appraising research and deciding whether or not it’s relevant (to your work) and reliable?

Critical appraisal is important because it helps you decide if research is relevant and trustworthy, plus helping you determine what the results of individual research papers actually mean in practice.

There was a fairly wide range of responses to this question. Some people felt confident appraising the quality of research, whilst others felt that their skills needed updating or sometimes even that they never had the skills in the first place.

I pointed out the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists and the SIGN critical appraisal checklists were also mentioned. These documents feature sets of questions that you can ask yourself when reading different types of research. They will help you decide whether or not the paper you are reading is reliable and relevant to your specific situation.

Finding the potential flaws in research papers can be tricky, but with a basic set of critical appraisal skills under your belt, you can easily pick out some of the biases that make evidence unreliable.


Reference management tools and RSS readers

The discussion segued briefly into quite nerdy territory as we discussed some of the tools that you can use to organise your evidence.

I recommended the Mendeley software that I use to manage my references and papers. This allows you to download PDFs into an offline or online library, which plugs into your word processor and generates bibliographies for you when you’re writing papers or essays. Very neat and a huge time-saver for anyone who works with reference lists.

I also mentioned the Feedly RSS reader, which is a simple but powerful way to organise all of your database and website feeds (RSS, XML). It brings them all together into one personalised web page that you can use to keep up to date. There are loads of RSS readers out there. Netvibes is quite popular in the NHS and has team working features that Feedly doesn’t, but I quite the simplicity of Feedly that works great on desktop and mobile.

Let’s start a Twitter journal club!

One of the really positive ideas to come out of the discussion was the possibility of starting a Twitter journal club. This could provide the WeCommunities with a regular forum to meet up and discuss specific research papers that have been suggested by the community.

The club would involve meeting on Twitter at regular intervals (much like a tweet chat), but doing a bit of work in advance. Everyone would read the paper that had been selected for that journal club and perhaps conduct a personal critical appraisal of it. When the group came together they would discuss their findings and agree on the strengths and weaknesses of the research. This would help participants build their critical appraisal skills and would also support people in getting research findings into their own practice.

I’ll be discussing the journal club idea more with Teresa later this week, so watch this space for further news.

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@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:00
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@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:00
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11 December 2014 20:00
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@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:00
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@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:00
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@SAPHNAsharonOBE
11 December 2014 20:00
RT @WeNurses: A really important reminder that being a nurse extends to our online spaces too > http://t.co/kPuLfVX7Zl #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:01
RT @Bartontd: #dementia Never ask a patient with Dementia if they would like a drink. Take them a drink & offer to help them #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:01
@AgencyNurse Eeek! That sounds a bit serious (and possibly not super-lucky) #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:01
Tonights #WeNurses is around reliable research & how we keep up to date .. with our love guest host @Mental_Elf
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:01
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@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:01
@Mental_Elf lol not so sure about the luck .. is there any research to back that up !! #wenurses ;D
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:02
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@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:02
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@AddictionNotDis
11 December 2014 20:02
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@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:02
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@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:02
RT @DeeHinesjohnson: @WeNurses #WAVE < hi there #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:02
RT @AgencyNurse: Hello hellloooo Teresa here in wet and windy Bristol with a leaky roof #wenurses #brollysupinside
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:02
Thanks very much, let's begin #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:03
My name’s André Tomlin & I run http://t.co/1kGweggjQt site. I also oversee the @NatElfService which now has 10 elves! #wenurses
@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:03
#WeNurses #WAVE
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:03
I’m an Information Scientist & I love evidence-based healthcare, blogging, social media, coproduction & mental health #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:03
I’ve worked for the NHS, Oxford University & since 2002 as MD of an evidence-based healthcare consultancy @Minervation #wenurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:03
Hiya.. :)) just starting a literature review! #timely #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:03
The chat tonight is all about keeping up to date with reliable research. I hope we can all learn from each other :-) #wenurses
@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:03
RT @WeNurses: RT @DeeHinesjohnson: @WeNurses #WAVE < hi there #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:04
So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:04
RT @Mental_Elf: So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:04
RT @Mental_Elf: So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:04
RT @nursingrahs: Hiya.. :)) just starting a literature review! #timely #wenurses
@floellaella
11 December 2014 20:04
RT @Mental_Elf: So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:04
@Mental_Elf primarily knowing about it and then understanding it !!! #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:04
RT @CamilleCronin: @WeNurses #wave < #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:04
RT @Mental_Elf: So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:05
@Mental_Elf @Minervation Sounds like a laugh !!! LOL #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:05
RT @Mental_Elf: So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:05
RT @AgencyNurse: @Mental_Elf primarily knowing about it and then understanding it !!! #wenurses
@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:05
RT @Mental_Elf: So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:05
@AgencyNurse Yes, knowing it exists in the first place, finding it and then being able to make sense of it #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:05
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses that's an easy question to answer ... procrastination!!! #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:05
RT @Mental_Elf: So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:05
RT @ShelaghAHP: @Mental_Elf @WeNurses that's an easy question to answer ... procrastination!!! #wenurses
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11 December 2014 20:06
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@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:06
@ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf @WeNurses In what sense? #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:06
@Mental_Elf Critiquing #wenurses Sourcing
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:06
@Mental_Elf The changing evidence and associated priorities. #wenurses
@DrUmeshPrabhu
11 December 2014 20:06
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@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:06
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@ShazzaHudson
11 December 2014 20:06
@WeNurses *waves* in and out while wrapping #multitasking #WeNurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:07
@Mental_Elf And realising research is part of a wider cycle. #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:07
@ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf @WeNurses yes i seriously think this is an issue .. always something else to do ! #wenurses
@DionneDaniel5
11 December 2014 20:07
RT @WeNurses: no hashtag in your tweet :( you won't be in the transcript :( people not following you won't see your tweets :( Add #WeNurses…
@RnPediatric
11 December 2014 20:07
RT @WeNurses: So over to you @Mental_Elf :D #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:07
@ShazzaHudson what are you wrapping? we won't tell anyone #honest #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:07
Reliable data may not be valid data - need to understand the Methodological theory #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:07
RT @BeccaRocksLife: @WeNurses hey I’m exhausted but the #WAVE < #wenurses we hope you find some energy then :)
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:07
How about the sheer volume of research? You must get overwhelmed by that too #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:07
RT @AlresfordBear: @Mental_Elf The changing evidence and associated priorities. #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:07
RT @Bartontd: Reliable data may not be valid data - need to understand the Methodological theory #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:07
@ShazzaHudson @WeNurses Musically? #wenurses
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:08
@AgencyNurse @Bartontd @Mental_Elf Bandolier used to be a fantastic resource, but it's guide to EBM glossary is still online. #WeNurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:08
#wenurses Waves hi from across the sea
@ljhinchcliffe
11 December 2014 20:08
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses For the nurses I have worked with they day they dont have time to keep up-to-date #WeNurses
@DionneDaniel5
11 December 2014 20:08
RT @Bartontd: Reliable data may not be valid data - need to understand the Methodological theory #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:08
@Bartontd Good point. We'll cover critical appraisal later and touch on that I hope #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:08
@Bartontd gosh yes sometimes i feel i tie myself up in knots wondering if data is valid #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:08
@Mental_Elf Also defining what research is? Differing forms. #wenurses
@TapperT
11 December 2014 20:08
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses is around reliable research & how we keep up to date .. with our love guest host @Mental_Elf
@astaines
11 December 2014 20:08
RT @Bartontd: Reliable data may not be valid data - need to understand the Methodological theory #wenurses
@Garbzij
11 December 2014 20:08
RT @Mental_Elf: So, let’s crack on! What are the main barriers you face when trying to keep up to date with new research? #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:08
#WeNurses lots of barriers in education ESP within the organisation also students seem to fear research
@elizabethparr26
11 December 2014 20:08
How many nurses use annual leave to attend training? #WeNurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:08
Hello #wenurses *waves* Dipping in and out - bit of a busy evening :)
@S_Amani
11 December 2014 20:08
RT @WeNurses: A really important reminder that being a nurse extends to our online spaces too > http://t.co/kPuLfVX7Zl #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:09
@FoxHedgehog @Bartontd @Mental_Elf sounds interesting - will take a look #wenurses
@HeatherHenry4
11 December 2014 20:09
*Waves* whilst writing about the evidence base around salutogenesis (look it up - trust me on this) #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:09
Reliable Data can tell you absolutely nothing about the research question you have posed #wenurses research methodology
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:09
@Bartontd And then there is the ethics:) #wenurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:09
@Mental_Elf for me, convincing people it's worth reading at all. Not accessible to busy staff with much to do,heavy going reads. #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:09
RT @AlresfordBear: @Mental_Elf Also defining what research is? Differing forms. #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:09
@AgencyNurse @Bartontd Who discerns in human experience what data is valid? #wenurses
@ShazzaHudson
11 December 2014 20:09
@WeNurses Just helping Santa. He's pretty busy #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:09
@Mental_Elf @Mental_Elf @WeNurses making time 2 access resources, 2 lead by example, to access/develop journal clubs #wenurses I could go on
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:09
And the #implementation of the results of good valid research #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:09
RT @CamilleCronin: #WeNurses lots of barriers in education ESP within the organisation also students seem to fear research
@DionneDaniel5
11 December 2014 20:10
RT @AgencyNurse: @Bartontd gosh yes sometimes i feel i tie myself up in knots wondering if data is valid #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:10
@nursingrahs Absolutely and it's not always part of the 'culture' - reading research and using it in practice #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:10
@HeatherHenry4 The search for a perfect sense of healthism. #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:10
@Mental_Elf #WAVE #WeNurses research is overwhelming but I was taught to embrace it
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:10
@AlresfordBear @Mental_Elf The quantitative Qualitative divide #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:10
@dorcaselambert dip away #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:10
@Bartontd @Mental_Elf Is there a divide or is that a social construct in itself. #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:10
RT @HeatherHenry4: *Waves* whilst writing about the evidence base around salutogenesis (look it up - trust me on this) #wenurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:10
@CamilleCronin In the middle of a research module/assignment at the moment. It's all a bit over my head to be honest :/ #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:10
@HeatherHenry4 sounds intriguing !! #wenurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:10
RT @Mental_Elf: @nursingrahs Absolutely and it's not always part of the 'culture' - reading research and using it in practice #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:11
RT @AlresfordBear: @AgencyNurse @Bartontd Who discerns in human experience what data is valid? #wenurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:11
RT @CamilleCronin: #WeNurses lots of barriers in education ESP within the organisation also students seem to fear research
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:11
OK so to summarise. We're pushed for time, there's too much research, it's hard to work out what's relevant and reliable #wenurses
@DionneDaniel5
11 December 2014 20:11
#wenurses, having a wee visit in the midst of the big commute. Was having this discussion with new nurses the other day. #tumely
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:11
@AlresfordBear @Bartontd oh lord Gerry no sure that helps !!! ;D #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:11
RT @Bartontd: Reliable Data can tell you absolutely nothing about the research question you have posed #wenurses research methodology
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:11
(1/2) One way to keep up with evidence is to 'systematise' it like @WHO #SaferSurgery Checklist http://t.co/pn09JRGdhq #WeNurses
@ShazzaHudson
11 December 2014 20:11
@Bartontd Or "someone" does. And the interprets it for us #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:11
The amount of new stuff is quite horrifying! #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:11
@AlresfordBear @AgencyNurse There are measures of validity #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:11
In 2013, nearly 1m systematic reviews & RCTs were published. 1 paper every 30 secs (no sleep) to keep up to date!!! #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:11
Even in mental health there were 288 SRs, MAs & RCTs each week in 2013. That’s >40 papers a day (including weekends) #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:11
Remember as a student fearing who I should actually trust when so many things are written then mentor says do it this way #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:11
And difficult to find for ppl who are not common with that #wenurses
@elizabethparr26
11 December 2014 20:11
@nursingrahs absolutely. An uphill battle #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:11
RT @Mental_Elf: @nursingrahs Absolutely and it's not always part of the 'culture' - reading research and using it in practice #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:12
@CamilleCronin @Mental_Elf Was born tae question it. :) #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:12
(2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:12
There's no way we can keep up with the quantity, so it's about finding ways to filter what we use #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:12
RT @Mental_Elf There's no way we can keep up with the quantity, so it's about finding ways to filter what we use #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:12
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11 December 2014 20:12
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11 December 2014 20:12
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11 December 2014 20:12
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11 December 2014 20:12
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@WeMidwives
11 December 2014 20:12
chatting now with @Mental_Elf are #wenurses about "keeping up to date with reliable research" AND 8:30 @WeLDnurses tackle suicide prevention
@WeCommissioners
11 December 2014 20:12
chatting now with @Mental_Elf are #wenurses about "keeping up to date with reliable research" AND 8:30 @WeLDnurses tackle suicide prevention
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:12
@AlresfordBear @Mental_Elf Everything is a social construct Gerry :o) #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:12
@Mental_Elf can there ever be too much research? Surely the summary is the problem? #WeNurses #crnurse
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:12
@Mental_Elf @Garbzij culture/practice of organisation/value attached 2 role of translating academic into clinical & vice versa #wenurses ...
@Nurse_nigel_
11 December 2014 20:12
@Mental_Elf where to look for unsponsored reliable impartial research #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:12
@Bartontd @AgencyNurse Aye, but they are a` socially developed fae a Westernised construct o` knowledge. #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:12
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:12
How do you all do that? How do you decide what to read and what to cast aside? #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:13
@Bartontd @Mental_Elf Tell ye whit isnae. Poverty :) #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:13
.@sarah_searz Just because everyone's doing it doesn't make it right & just because no-one's doing it doesn't make it wrong! #WeNurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:13
RT @Mental_Elf How do you all do that? How do you decide what to read and what to cast aside? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:13
@Mental_Elf oh my !!! No wonder i feel a nervous wreck !! #wenurses
@HeatherHenry4
11 December 2014 20:13
@Mental_Elf Are there some things that are hard to gain 'evidence' about? Happiness for e.g. #WeNurses
@WeCommissioners
11 December 2014 20:13
RT @WeMidwives: chatting now with @Mental_Elf are #wenurses about "keeping up to date with reliable research" AND 8:30 @WeLDnurses tackle s…
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:13
@Mental_Elf #wenurses keeping upload the in speciality areas may be ok as the community in that speciality maybe smaller but that's an assum
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:13
RT @Mental_Elf: @Bartontd Good point. We'll cover critical appraisal later and touch on that I hope #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:13
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast I would argue that most research is unreliable and irrelevant. We could do with a LOT of it #wenurses
@luybenans
11 December 2014 20:13
RT @WeMidwives: chatting now with @Mental_Elf are #wenurses about "keeping up to date with reliable research" AND 8:30 @WeLDnurses tackle s…
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:13
@AgencyNurse @AlresfordBear @Bartontd He's a Kuhn fan! #wenurses #saynomore :)
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:13
RT @AgencyNurse: @Bartontd gosh yes sometimes i feel i tie myself up in knots wondering if data is valid #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:13
#wenurses Good point @mental_Elf
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:13
@DGFoord I agree but which write up do you trust also? #WeNurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:13
@AgencyNurse @Bartontd Consider all information as providing a perspective o` life. #wenurses
@ShazzaHudson
11 December 2014 20:13
@DGFoord @WHO Yes. Like Cochrane Evidence blogs for that too @UKCochraneCentr #wenurses
@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:14
#WeNurses for me it's about the 'so what' question what will it do to make a difference to improving the NHS
@elizabethparr26
11 December 2014 20:14
@Mental_Elf I look for unbiased stuff which will enhance my practice - not easy! #WeNurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:14
@nursingrahs @Mental_Elf excuses, excuses ...is this a cop out? #devils advocate ..research in all job descriptions #wenurses just saying
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:14
RT @ShazzaHudson: @Bartontd Or "someone" does. And the interprets it for us #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:14
@FoxHedgehog @AgencyNurse @Bartontd A fan o` 80`s power ballads. :) #WeNurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:14
@Mental_Elf Rely on NICE, or Cochrane Collab firstly. Everything else is a bonus #WeNurses #crnurse
@BREATHEONUK
11 December 2014 20:14
RT @WeNurses: chatting now with @Mental_Elf are #wenurses about "keeping up to date with reliable research" AND 8:30 @WeLDnurses tackle sui…
@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:14
RT @WeNurses: chatting now with @Mental_Elf are #wenurses about "keeping up to date with reliable research" AND 8:30 @WeLDnurses tackle sui…
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:14
RT @AlresfordBear: @Bartontd @AgencyNurse Aye, but they are a` socially developed fae a Westernised construct o` knowledge. #WeNurses
@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:14
RT @WeMidwives: chatting now with @Mental_Elf are #wenurses about "keeping up to date with reliable research" AND 8:30 @WeLDnurses tackle s…
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:14
A really interesting point @sarah_searz Do we have the confidence to put things we read into practice? (another chat maybe! #WeNurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:14
#wenurses how do we trust all these centres that systematise research
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:14
RT @FoxHedgehog: @AgencyNurse @AlresfordBear @Bartontd He's a Kuhn fan! #wenurses #saynomore :)
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:15
@LibDemLizzy @Mental_Elf What is unbiased stuff? #askingforafriend Is that bias? #wenurses :)
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:15
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:15
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:15
RT @Mental_Elf: There's no way we can keep up with the quantity, so it's about finding ways to filter what we use #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:15
RT @Mental_Elf: There's no way we can keep up with the quantity, so it's about finding ways to filter what we use #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:15
Why Most Published Research Findings Are False, by John Ioannidis http://t.co/1YuxlkyziK #EBP #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:15
@DeeHinesjohnson That what a` say :) #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:15
RT @Mental_Elf: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False, by John Ioannidis http://t.co/1YuxlkyziK #EBP #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:15
@DeeHinesjohnson And wie competing priorities how can this be achieved. #wenurses
@aptaim
11 December 2014 20:15
Lord Willis reveals plans for the future of nurse education: http://t.co/vej3hkpzdI (£$) Interesting stuff ->>#WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:15
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @Mental_Elf Rely on NICE, or Cochrane Collab firstly. Everything else is a bonus #WeNurses #crnurse
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:15
@ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf that's a good point! Devils advocate as maybe - we have a duty to use best available evidence #NMC #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:15
@Mental_Elf Even research that yields negative results adds to the body of knowledge #WeNurses #crnurse
@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:15
RT @Mental_Elf: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False, by John Ioannidis http://t.co/1YuxlkyziK #EBP #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:15
Evidence required always,but which do we use with so many published?What if I miss the most up to date one? #wenurses http://t.co/msKJ5A3jUm
@DrSMcMullen
11 December 2014 20:16
Just come across tonight's #wenurses tweetchat - great topic! How to stay up to date with research when working in practice?
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:16
RT @Mental_Elf: @NIHRCRN_nwcoast I would argue that most research is unreliable and irrelevant. We could do with a LOT of it #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:16
@Mental_Elf social media acts as a filter for me .. know i follow people who are interested in what i am interested in #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:16
#wenurses teaching good appraisal techniques are essential thus we can question what we read
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:16
@Mental_Elf @AgencyNurse Setting up ETOCS can help. #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:16
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @Mental_Elf can there ever be too much research? Surely the summary is the problem? #WeNurses #crnurse
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:16
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @Mental_Elf can there ever be too much research? Surely the summary is the problem? #WeNurses #crnurse
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:16
@DGFoord @sarah_searz I asked a nurse why they did something a certain way - was told to look at research cos she didn't know :/ #wenurses
@DionneDaniel5
11 December 2014 20:16
@DGFoord @sarah_searz probably evidence as opposed to we have always done it this way.#wenurses
@MichaelGFollan
11 December 2014 20:16
RT @Mental_Elf: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False, by John Ioannidis http://t.co/1YuxlkyziK #EBP #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:16
@LibDemLizzy Does that alone tell ye whit bias is :) #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:16
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:16
RT @Mental_Elf: There's no way we can keep up with the quantity, so it's about finding ways to filter what we use #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:16
Important diff between evidence and research #WeNurses #crnurse
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:16
.@sarah_searz #SystematicReviews R good place to start, as someone's spent time collating & critically appraising lots of evidence #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:16
Interesting point @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf Can there be too much research ? #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:17
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast Sure I agree, but stuff that's just wrong is another matter http://t.co/1YuxlkyziK #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:17
Same here @agencyNurse using twitter for that #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @Mental_Elf: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False, by John Ioannidis http://t.co/1YuxlkyziK #EBP #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @nursie_nigel: @Mental_Elf where to look for unsponsored reliable impartial research #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @nursie_nigel: @Mental_Elf where to look for unsponsored reliable impartial research #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @Mental_Elf: How do you all do that? How do you decide what to read and what to cast aside? #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @Mental_Elf: How do you all do that? How do you decide what to read and what to cast aside? #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:17
Qualitative Research inducts Theory / Quantitative Research tests theory #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:17
@ShelaghAHP @nursingrahs @Mental_Elf Especially if ye are in a professional role which prides itself on its knowledge constructs. #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @Mental_Elf can there ever be too much research? Surely the summary is the problem? #WeNurses #crnurse
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: Important diff between evidence and research #WeNurses #crnurse
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:17
What sources of evidence do you find most useful? (e.g. colleagues, guidelines, journals, websites, textbooks, social media etc.) #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:17
Depending on the organisation that brings the research #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @ShazzaHudson: @DGFoord @WHO Yes. Like Cochrane Evidence blogs for that too @UKCochraneCentr #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:17
RT @ShazzaHudson: @DGFoord @WHO Yes. Like Cochrane Evidence blogs for that too @UKCochraneCentr #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:17
@nursingrahs @ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf What is the best? If ye only see what is available :) #WeNurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:18
@Mental_Elf blimey! #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @LibDemLizzy: @Mental_Elf I look for unbiased stuff which will enhance my practice - not easy! #WeNurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:18
@DGFoord yes wrote one myself, it's finding the specifics sometimes #WeNurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:18
@WeNurses @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf #WeNurses perhaps that's the problem
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:18
@CamilleCronin which we learn as undergrads/then cast aside on qualification/what if we treated clinical skills in same way? #wenurses
@NRCUK
11 December 2014 20:18
there could be too much research if it is duplicated, waist of researchers/time? @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @sarah_searz: Evidence required always,but which do we use with so many published?What if I miss the most up to date one? #wenurses http…
@testezmoifr
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @ShazzaHudson: @DGFoord @WHO Yes. Like Cochrane Evidence blogs for that too @UKCochraneCentr #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @Mental_Elf Rely on NICE, or Cochrane Collab firstly. Everything else is a bonus #WeNurses #crnurse
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:18
@Bartontd What aboot Mixed Methods ma` man :) #wenurses lol
@LizAllibone
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @Mental_Elf Rely on NICE, or Cochrane Collab firstly. Everything else is a bonus #WeNurses #crnurse
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @Mental_Elf: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False, by John Ioannidis http://t.co/1YuxlkyziK #EBP #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @nursie_nigel: @Mental_Elf where to look for unsponsored reliable impartial research #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @Mental_Elf: How do you all do that? How do you decide what to read and what to cast aside? #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:18
RT @ShazzaHudson: @DGFoord @WHO Yes. Like Cochrane Evidence blogs for that too @UKCochraneCentr #wenurses
@elizabethparr26
11 December 2014 20:18
@Mental_Elf I feel most confident using guidelines when it comes to changing practice #WeNurses
@JuliaTerry123
11 December 2014 20:19
@WeNurses #wenurses bringing research to life with @Safewards talk to students then lectures and articles worked well @D10Coff
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:19
We follow guidelines as are they not supposed to be based on evidence? #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:19
@NRCUK @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf There certainly can be a duplication. Or a splintering of a topics into a sub strata :) #wenurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:19
@hawkeye2507 @sarah_searz I suppose it's up to us students to use research, and do things based on evidence instead of "advice" #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:19
RT @ShazzaHudson: @DGFoord @WHO Yes. Like Cochrane Evidence blogs for that too @UKCochraneCentr #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:19
@AnnabethAE i find that people share what is relevant and also have trusted people who i know share great stuff #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:19
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @Mental_Elf Rely on NICE, or Cochrane Collab firstly. Everything else is a bonus #WeNurses #crnurse
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:19
RT @Mental_Elf: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False, by John Ioannidis http://t.co/1YuxlkyziK #EBP #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:20
.@sarah_searz NHS Direct's Health Information Service used to be great at providing access to best evidence, but was under-used #WeNurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:20
@dorcaselambert @hawkeye2507 and being able to speak up! #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:20
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses teaching good appraisal techniques are essential thus we can question what we read
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:20
@WeNurses @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf No. It's a cumulative process. Systematic reviewing will sort the wheat from the chaff. #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:20
@JuliaTerry123 @WeNurses @Safewards @D10Coff Should research not be part of expected questioning of the world around you :) #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:20
@sarah_searz You have evidence-based guidelines and then other guidelines. They certainly have quality issues too #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:20
@NRCUK @Mental_Elf which is ALL results should be published https://t.co/AiaENZLkg3 #WeNurses #crnurse
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:20
@DGFoord did anything replace this? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:20
@CamilleCronin yes thats important - but also think that we need research in a readable format .. soo important #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:20
#wenurses I quite like journals but have found Twitter useful for networking with editors
@carrie_langley
11 December 2014 20:21
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:21
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: Important diff between evidence and research #WeNurses #crnurse
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:21
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: Important diff between evidence and research #WeNurses #crnurse
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:21
@AgencyNurse @CamilleCronin That's the trouble with many systematic reviews. Very reliable but often quite unusable #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:21
@dorcaselambert @hawkeye2507 @sarah_searz Is evidence, glorified advice. Discuss with a pair of slippers and a pipe. #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:21
Qualitative data is (if done properly) Valid - Grounded Reality - Qualitative data (if done properly) tests inducted valid theory #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:21
@AgencyNurse @Bartontd data itself may offer answers but just as often it just helps us ask more of the right questions. #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:21
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @NRCUK @Mental_Elf which is ALL results should be published https://t.co/AiaENZLkg3 #WeNurses #crnurse
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:21
an important point @NIHRCRN_nwcoast - could you let us know the difference please ? #wenurses
@DrSMcMullen
11 December 2014 20:21
#wenurses One of my slides. Swap parents for patients! How do you get from top to bottom? http://t.co/Cuyh45HBfI
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:21
RT @AgencyNurse: @CamilleCronin yes thats important - but also think that we need research in a readable format .. soo important #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:22
@FoxHedgehog @WeNurses @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf Depends on yer search terms, my friend :) #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:22
RT @DeeHinesjohnson: #WeNurses for me it's about the 'so what' question what will it do to make a difference to improving the NHS
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:22
RT @AgencyNurse: @CamilleCronin yes thats important - but also think that we need research in a readable format .. soo important #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:22
RT @AlresfordBear: @Bartontd What aboot Mixed Methods ma` man :) #wenurses lol
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:22
I try to balance accessing research evidence with just-in-time quality improvement data to answer a targeted question #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:22
RT @Bartontd: Qualitative Research inducts Theory / Quantitative Research tests theory #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:22
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: Important diff between evidence and research #WeNurses #crnurse
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:22
@AlresfordBear One enhances the other #wenurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:22
@Mental_Elf @AgencyNurse @CamilleCronin just started trying to do this- come across complex maths symbols??!! #eh #theyvelostme #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:22
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: Important diff between evidence and research #WeNurses #crnurse
@NRCUK
11 December 2014 20:22
to promote collaboration? Save time etc, makes sense! is there s single place to check then? @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:22
@WeNurses single item of knowledge vs the body, audit &validation of knowledge #WeNurses #crnurse
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:22
@sarah_searz No it ceased to be commissioned & was absorbed into http://t.co/DJzev7K9Og but not providing same responsive service #WeNurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:22
@Mental_Elf @HealthUKTD time period of research, divergence of views, geog + will ask students opinions #wenurses they r hot on research!!!
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:22
@Mental_Elf all of the above lol !! but always come to me via social media #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:23
@Bartontd So one is lesser tae start wie? #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:23
RT @AnnRae: I try to balance accessing research evidence with just-in-time quality improvement data to answer a targeted question #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:23
How often do you use databases to find answers to your questions? #wenurses
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:23
@AlresfordBear @Bartontd Yes. And both can do both, so to speak. #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:23
@DrSMcMullen What is real life and who defines this within refinement of knowledge and evidence? #askingforafriend #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:23
RT @AlresfordBear: @FoxHedgehog @WeNurses @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf Depends on yer search terms, my friend :) #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:23
RT @sarah_searz: We follow guidelines as are they not supposed to be based on evidence? #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:23
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @WeNurses single item of knowledge vs the body, audit &validation of knowledge #WeNurses #crnurse
@Besleybean
11 December 2014 20:23
RT @sarah_searz: Evidence required always,but which do we use with so many published?What if I miss the most up to date one? #wenurses http…
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:23
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast thank you :D #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:23
@FoxHedgehog @Bartontd Nae boundaries tae the worlds o` reflection :) #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:24
@CJohnston1903 @sarah_searz Yes, NHS Evidence is good, but still another database; no human search interaction #WeNurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:24
@NRCUK @Mental_Elf exactly. Duplication is wasteful. Not publishing null results is damaging for example Tamiflu #WeNurses #crnurse
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:24
I've produced evidence in practice and still been told no, is it then down to your own practice and autonomy? #wenurses
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:24
@AlresfordBear @WeNurses @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf Indeed and that takes the effort. #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:24
@AlresfordBear Now your just being naughty :o) #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:24
@hawkeye2507 @dorcaselambert @sarah_searz What happens if experience doesnae sit with the greater good. #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:24
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @NRCUK @Mental_Elf which is ALL results should be published https://t.co/AiaENZLkg3 #WeNurses #crnurse
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:24
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I quite like journals but have found Twitter useful for networking with editors
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:24
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses people eg. librarians, research colleagues, students are extremely helpful ..turning more to use of SoMe too #wenurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:24
@sarah_searz that must be really difficult to handle, especially as a newly qualified. :( #wenurses
@NatalieMHN
11 December 2014 20:24
Very late but hoping to catch up on #WeNurses now
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:24
@hawkeye2507 @dorcaselambert @sarah_searz I wouldnae be guided by me lol :) #wenurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:24
@AlresfordBear @hawkeye2507 @sarah_searz ..and Vimto? ;) Decisions based on evidence AND experience. Not just the word of 1 mentor #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:25
@DGFoord @CJohnston1903 @sarah_searz Really, do you find NHS Evidence useful. I've always found it quite clunky #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:25
RT @FoxHedgehog: @AlresfordBear @Bartontd Yes. And both can do both, so to speak. #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:25
@dorcaselambert @hawkeye2507 @sarah_searz And reflective critical consensus. #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:25
@Mental_Elf #wenurses so what do we do about these complex reviews or research papers Who wants to translate them for everyday use? An issue
@elizabethparr26
11 December 2014 20:25
@sarah_searz that must be hard. You can't ignore the evidence but risk getting in trouble for using it #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:25
@ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf @WeNurses YES, the people are often forgotten as good sources of evidence #wenurses
@DeeHinesjohnson
11 December 2014 20:25
RT @Bartontd: Qualitative Research inducts Theory / Quantitative Research tests theory #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:25
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @NRCUK @Mental_Elf which is ALL results should be published https://t.co/AiaENZLkg3 #WeNurses #crnurse
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:25
Nurses aren’t asked to use research, they are asked to use EBP #WeNurses #crnurse
@NatalieMHN
11 December 2014 20:25
@Mental_Elf I've started working in eating disorders. Try to find things on social media, reading a lot of journal articles also #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:25
@CamilleCronin @Mental_Elf and where will it be published #wenurses
@nursingSUni
11 December 2014 20:25
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I quite like journals but have found Twitter useful for networking with editors
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:25
@nursingrahs I was always told that I would find my own way once qualified but makes it even more nerve wracking! I read and read!#WeNurses
@joannellison6
11 December 2014 20:25
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:26
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast Are they asked to read research, or do research? #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:26
Chicago School - Ethnography came long before RCT - as you can see I favour Qualitative Domain in Nursing #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:26
EBP comes from expert review of research+audit+validation #WeNurses #crnurse
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:26
@Mental_Elf @ShelaghAHP @WeNurses All people, narrative research in the form of ethnography and "critical research" #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:26
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast we were impressed that u got it into 140 characters tbh !! :D #WeNurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:26
"The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:26
The databases I’d recommend for nursing literature are @CochraneLibrary Medline, CINAHL & BNI. Start at: http://t.co/LiShnCCl2w #wenurses
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:26
Getting to tied up in ‘what is research’ and ‘what is evidence’ can be counterproductive to improving patient care #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:26
RT @DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:27
RT @DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:27
RT @DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses
@serenderen
11 December 2014 20:27
interesting tweet chat about how to keep up to date and understand all the research out there follow #wenurses with @Mental_Elf
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:27
@hawkeye2507 @dorcaselambert @sarah_searz Is there a better role model in existence within human experience. #wenurses
@5sue2
11 December 2014 20:27
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:27
@DGFoord I always wondered who said that. He of the groovy Cosmos show. Wow! #wenurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:27
@hawkeye2507 @AlresfordBear @sarah_searz Indeed, but surely keeping up to research is good rather than hearing it 2nd/3rd hand?#WeNurses
@scifirighter
11 December 2014 20:27
RT @DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:27
@hawkeye2507 @dorcaselambert @sarah_searz A lot of constructs depend on each other. #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:27
@Mental_Elf Im a research nurse! #WeNurses #crnurse
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:27
@LibDemLizzy exactly! we are supposed to be evidence based practitioners, confusing :-/ it was a minor thing but still important #WeNurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:27
.@Mental_Elf @CJohnston1903 @sarah_searz They're just testing a new beta website, which is an improvement http://t.co/qssjgtydpr #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:27
A great search engine for nurses is @tripdatabase It wipes the floor with NHS Evidence from @NICEcomms (in my opinion) #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:27
thanks for sharing @serenderen do join in, everybody is very welcome :) #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:27
@dorcaselambert @hawkeye2507 @sarah_searz Depends on the level of questioning applied to its existence. #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:28
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @WeNurses single item of knowledge vs the body, audit &validation of knowledge #WeNurses #crnurse
@EliseRoxan
11 December 2014 20:28
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @NRCUK @Mental_Elf which is ALL results should be published https://t.co/AiaENZLkg3 #WeNurses #crnurse
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:28
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Bartontd @NRCUK @Mental_Elf Publication bias. They're boring, even to editors of peer reviewed journals. #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:28
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast Do you blog about research too? #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:28
#wenurses A lot of universities have eboscohost which combines a number of databases but not cochrane
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:28
@Mental_Elf Reading research is useful, but not the body of information, its singular #WeNurses #crnurse
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:28
@Mental_Elf good question. Very easy 2 b drawn 2 'evidence' supportsing own hypothesis. Good 2 look @ things that challenge too #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:28
Really important point @ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf - what about the role of the librarian ? Do we use them enough? #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:28
@dorcaselambert @hawkeye2507 @sarah_searz But to be informed promptly is to consider its content in a timely and informed manner. #wenurses
@ShazzaHudson
11 December 2014 20:28
@AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf And conferences too. Helps to engage with application to practice #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:28
RT @ShazzaHudson: @AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf And conferences too. Helps to engage with application to practice #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:28
RT @DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses
@MarySusanMoore
11 December 2014 20:28
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:28
RT @WeNurses: thanks for sharing @serenderen do join in, everybody is very welcome :) #wenurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:28
@sarah_searz It must be really hard to attempt best evidence based practice - and for it to not be accepted on ward. Argh :( #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:28
@Mental_Elf @tripdatabase @NICEcomms can you explain why you prefer one over the other? #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:28
@Mental_Elf Ive blogged about my experience as trials nurse, but not the research we conduct. #WeNurses #crnurse
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:29
@MandyHollis3 @Mental_Elf Indeed. :) #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:29
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses teaching good appraisal techniques are essential thus we can question what we read
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:29
@ShazzaHudson @Mental_Elf yes and often then subsequent discussion really brings the research to life #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:29
RT @MandyHollis3: RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses teaching good appraisal techniques are essential thus we can question what we read
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:29
@WeNurses @ShelaghAHP The librarians would say that you don't, but I guess not everyone has easy access to a good library #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:29
@Mental_Elf Im not a nurse researcher however, Im a trials nurse #WeNurses #crnurse
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:29
@Mental_Elf @tripdatabase @NICEcomms #wenurses YES to @tripdatabase I follow them
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:29
@ShazzaHudson @AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf And to exchange information within the paradigm :) #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:29
RT @WeNurses: Really important point @ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf - what about the role of the librarian ? Do we use them enough? #wenurses
@FinchSmiles
11 December 2014 20:29
RT @WeNurses: 1 HOUR TO GO > Reliable research - how do u keep up to date? #WeNurses http://t.co/fJtosCd9IB http://t.co/qkbmTmDv5K
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:29
@MandyHollis3 @Mental_Elf gr8 point Mandy. I agree. Love 2 c evidence that challenges my thinking #wenurses
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:29
I use databases a lot - ISD has fantastic data http://t.co/rrk3IdOfzL #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:29
@nursingrahs so much new evidence too,time scale for everyone to read people don't have time! #WeNurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:30
RT @AnnRae: I use databases a lot - ISD has fantastic data http://t.co/rrk3IdOfzL #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:30
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP agree ...would love to see more librarians engaging in social media & helping us find info here #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:30
@FoxHedgehog @Bartontd @NRCUK @Mental_Elf GCP requires publication as well - but agreed, not ’sexy' #WeNurses #crnurse
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:30
@Mental_Elf all of them, they all bring perspective #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:30
@sarah_searz @nursingrahs So how much time do you all have for reading research. 5 mins a day, 10, 15..? #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:30
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP #WeNurses librarians do not advertise their service but are great on a one to one. I involve my subject L
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:30
@WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf Our Librarians are Brilliant @Benfelen #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:30
@DrSMcMullen And to challenge pragmatic issues regarding health and social inequalities. #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:30
RT @Mental_Elf: @sarah_searz @nursingrahs So how much time do you all have for reading research. 5 mins a day, 10, 15..? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:30
RT @Mental_Elf: @sarah_searz @nursingrahs So how much time do you all have for reading research. 5 mins a day, 10, 15..? #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:31
Hardly any reading on the job #wenurses Mainly in the evening at home ..
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:31
@hawkeye2507 @AlresfordBear @sarah_searz think this is true for many a nurse #WeNurses
@PollyannPenguin
11 December 2014 20:31
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @NRCUK @Mental_Elf which is ALL results should be published https://t.co/AiaENZLkg3 #WeNurses #crnurse
@elizabethparr26
11 December 2014 20:31
I often struggle to find free or open access research #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:31
RT @ShelaghAHP: @MandyHollis3 @Mental_Elf gr8 point Mandy. I agree. Love 2 c evidence that challenges my thinking #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:31
@AgencyNurse @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP Librarians are starting to become more social media savvy. Current awareness services etc. #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:31
@hawkeye2507 @dorcaselambert @sarah_searz I tend to be an allrounder. Neither lol :) #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:31
RT @AnnabethAE: Hardly any reading on the job #wenurses Mainly in the evening at home ..
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:31
RT @AlresfordBear: @ShazzaHudson @AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf And to exchange information within the paradigm :) #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:31
How many #crnurse are around for tonights #WeNurses chat? Give us a wave!
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:31
#WeNurses This chat is very fast paced - trying to catch up but waving hello!
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:31
RT @Mental_Elf: @sarah_searz @nursingrahs So how much time do you all have for reading research. 5 mins a day, 10, 15..? #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:31
@Mental_Elf @nursingrahs should it be part of CPD? #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:31
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @FoxHedgehog @Bartontd @NRCUK @Mental_Elf GCP requires publication as well - but agreed, not ’sexy' #WeNurses #crnurse
@ShazzaHudson
11 December 2014 20:32
@AlresfordBear @AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf One of my proudest moments in my MRes was working out what paradigm meant ?? #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:32
@AnnabethAE I hear you there! #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:32
@Mental_Elf @sarah_searz @nursingrahs i don't know if i can quantify it .. it just sort of travels to be (osmosis approach ?) #wenurses
@elizabethparr26
11 December 2014 20:32
@Mental_Elf @sarah_searz @nursingrahs 15 would be my upper limit, especially when I am working 12.5 hour shift #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:32
RT @Bartontd: @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf Our Librarians are Brilliant @Benfelen #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:32
It's such a shame that @EBNursingBMJ doesn't run any more; A Nursing Twitter Journal Club would be ace! http://t.co/0xJcfIGOrP #WeNurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:32
@Mental_Elf @sarah_searz I'm a student-so loads lol!Have yet to observe a nurse on placement refer to research in practice area #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:32
RT @Mental_Elf: @sarah_searz @nursingrahs So how much time do you all have for reading research. 5 mins a day, 10, 15..? #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:32
asks @Mental_Elf how much time a day do you spend reading research...or, when did you last read some? #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:32
@LibDemLizzy @sarah_searz @nursingrahs So you prefer summaries to the actual papers themselves, or do you go for full-text? #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:32
@AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf @nursingrahs what goes out? #WeNurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:32
@WeNurses @Bartontd @Mental_Elf Play 2 each others strengths: her time = searching .. my time = reading/appraising #wenurses win:win
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:33
What about when there is pivotal research and innovation, but getting to the front line quickly is difficult? #WeNurses #crnurse
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:33
To start, summaries #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:33
@fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP or encourage more librarians to be part of the wenurses discussion process ! #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:33
@ShazzaHudson @AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf One of my greatest worries was learning that fixed knowledge doesnt exist in my own bonce. #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:33
@AgencyNurse @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP Great idea! #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:33
@WeNurses #wenurses reading everyday is hard honestly ....unless you are absorbed solely in it ...
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:33
@sarah_searz @Mental_Elf @nursingrahs mostly confusion i fear ! #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:33
RT @DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:34
RT @AnnabethAE: Hardly any reading on the job #wenurses Mainly in the evening at home ..
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:34
RT @LibDemLizzy: I often struggle to find free or open access research #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:34
Do you feel confident critically appraising research and deciding whether or not it’s relevant (to your work) and reliable? #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:34
Most difficult is to read the right stuff ... #wenurses
@tfotis73
11 December 2014 20:34
Who is bringing the evidence in practice? The individual, the NHS? the manager? #wenurses #EBP
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:34
@Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @nursingrahs abstracts are so helpful #WeNurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:34
@WeNurses @Mental_Elf #WeNurses I like a daily read different mediums
@ShazzaHudson
11 December 2014 20:34
@Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @sarah_searz @nursingrahs It depends how accessible full text is (language & paywall) #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:34
@LibDemLizzy argghh yes this drives me crazy !! Open access all the way !! #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:34
@DavidLissauer its a ’soup’ of things was my point. Not 1 research article #WeNurses #crnurse
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:34
@Bartontd @ShelaghAHP #Librarians are our secret ace ‘Knowledge into Action’ #wenurses @athain
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:34
@sarah_searz @Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @nursingrahs But do abstracts, act as a cover to the finer points which may offer more. #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:35
@tfotis73 I think it starts with the individual, then it can spread like a contagious virus. Top -down usually doesn't work #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:35
RT @tfotis73: Who is bringing the evidence in practice? The individual, the NHS? the manager? #wenurses #EBP
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:35
@Mental_Elf Aye. #wenurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:35
RT @ShazzaHudson: @Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @sarah_searz @nursingrahs It depends how accessible full text is (language & paywall) #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:35
@WeNurses @Mental_Elf today ?? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:35
Great point @LibDemLizzy Is open access an issue ? Is too much research paywalled ?? #wenurses
@physiohead
11 December 2014 20:35
RT @DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:35
RT @AnnabethAE: Hardly any reading on the job #wenurses Mainly in the evening at home ..
@ShazzaHudson
11 December 2014 20:35
@WeNurses @Mental_Elf Pre Twitter 2 a month? With twitter... everyday #wenurses
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:35
@Mental_Elf I do now but not in uni, more education around research is needed #WeNurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:35
Reading research needs to become a habit #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:36
@WeNurses @LibDemLizzy Surely blogs and summaries help solve this though. Read the summary and forget about the paywalled paper #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:36
If you're reading a hard-copy journal & need help turning the page, perhaps this could help! https://t.co/WO3KkDYJpL #WeNurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:36
My access to knowledge has exploded since using Twitter #WeNurses #crnurse
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @AnnRae: @Bartontd @ShelaghAHP #Librarians are our secret ace ‘Knowledge into Action’ #wenurses @athain
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:36
@fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf @ShelaghAHP maybe we need to find a few willing librarian volunteers to help ? #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:36
@Mental_Elf #wenurses I teach my student to question what they read ... Once they get it they question the black and white
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @ShazzaHudson: @WeNurses @Mental_Elf Pre Twitter 2 a month? With twitter... everyday #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @Mental_Elf: @sarah_searz @nursingrahs So how much time do you all have for reading research. 5 mins a day, 10, 15..? #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: How many #crnurse are around for tonights #WeNurses chat? Give us a wave!
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @WeNurses: @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf @ShelaghAHP maybe we need to find a few willing librarian volunteers to help ? #wenurses
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:36
@LibDemLizzy @AgencyNurse Every NHS employee should be able to get an Athens account. #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:36
@Mental_Elf @fidgetfairy critical appraisal skills r like any other skills u learn .. use them or lose them .. the choice is yours #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @ShazzaHudson: @WeNurses @Mental_Elf Pre Twitter 2 a month? With twitter... everyday #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:36
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast So how do you make sure you're reading the RIGHT stuff? How do you filter your social media? #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @sarah_searz: Reading research needs to become a habit #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @WeNurses: Great point @LibDemLizzy Is open access an issue ? Is too much research paywalled ?? #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:36
RT @ShazzaHudson: @WeNurses @Mental_Elf Pre Twitter 2 a month? With twitter... everyday #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:37
Critical appraisal helps you decide if research is relevant & trustworthy. Plus helping you determine what results actually say #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:37
@ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf @fidgetfairy Or ye are born wie them as the only thing ye have lol :) #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:37
@WeNurses @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf that is a fabulous idea ...#wenurses my experience is that they love coming up trumps for you ...
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:37
@AlresfordBear @Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @nursingrahs I mean they help you, a good summary when picking what to read #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:37
@Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @sarah_searz @nursingrahs give me a summary but also need to link to the paper #wenurses
@SuviAnnukka
11 December 2014 20:37
RT @AnnabethAE: Hardly any reading on the job #wenurses Mainly in the evening at home ..
@LaurenceVick
11 December 2014 20:37
New #dutyofcandour legislation from 27 November - for all incidents moderate harm and above @LeggeAngie https://t.co/cKSOOu4R6H #WeNurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:37
RT @ShazzaHudson: @WeNurses @Mental_Elf Pre Twitter 2 a month? With twitter... everyday #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:37
Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@WeSchoolNurses
11 December 2014 20:37
RT @ShelaghAHP: @WeNurses @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf that is a fabulous idea ...#wenurses my experience is that they love coming up trumps fo…
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:37
#WeNurses research has to be made accessible to all. That's my goal when I teach
@CochraneUK
11 December 2014 20:37
RT @ShazzaHudson: @DGFoord @WHO Yes. Like Cochrane Evidence blogs for that too @UKCochraneCentr #wenurses
@libertygal72
11 December 2014 20:37
Same for many I think, whatever your job is "@AnnabethAE: Hardly any reading on the job #wenurses Mainly in the evening at home .."
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:37
@sarah_searz @Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @nursingrahs Maybe, but do you miss others because of what is written. #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:38
@CamilleCronin Agreed #wenurses
@kevwyke
11 December 2014 20:38
RT @ShazzaHudson: @WeNurses @Mental_Elf Pre Twitter 2 a month? With twitter... everyday #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:38
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:38
@Mental_Elf Fair point-same way I did at uni. Compare to other knowns, look at sample size, reputable source etc #WeNurses #crnurse
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:38
RT @Mental_Elf: @NIHRCRN_nwcoast So how do you make sure you're reading the RIGHT stuff? How do you filter your social media? #wenurses
@SuviAnnukka
11 December 2014 20:38
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I quite like journals but have found Twitter useful for networking with editors
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:38
@ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf so now the search begins for social media saavy friendly passionate librarians #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:38
@tfotis73 It shoud be an individual with the right skills and knowledge of #EBP #WeNurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:38
@CamilleCronin I have lots of support & I like reading research- just don't like all the stuff that goes with it (statistics etc.) #WeNurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:38
@Mental_Elf #WeNurses yes all the time. Also Gerrish and Lacey ch7
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:38
@AlresfordBear @Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @nursingrahs that's the skill of your search and database choices #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:38
What training do nurses have in critical appraisal these days? Are these skills kept up to date for everyone? #wenurses
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:38
RT @WeNurses: @ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf so now the search begins for social media saavy friendly passionate librarians #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:38
@CamilleCronin open access is great for this #WeNurses #crnurse
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:39
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf What happens if knowledge exists outside those accepted norms. #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @WeNurses: @ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf so now the search begins for social media saavy friendly passionate librarians #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:39
@WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy There are Twitter lists. Librarians are very into lists ;-) #wenurses
@SuviAnnukka
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @sarah_searz: Evidence required always,but which do we use with so many published?What if I miss the most up to date one? #wenurses http…
@NIHR_RDSSE
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: My access to knowledge has exploded since using Twitter #WeNurses #crnurse
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @WeNurses: maybe we need to find a few willing librarian volunteers to help ? @athain is sure to know 100’s #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:39
@Mental_Elf honest answer is no !! Most of the time feel totally lost with this .. like to discuss and ask others that helps #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: How many #crnurse are around for tonights #WeNurses chat? Give us a wave!
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @sarah_searz: Reading research needs to become a habit #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @sarah_searz: Reading research needs to become a habit #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@LynseyHomer
11 December 2014 20:39
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:40
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: My access to knowledge has exploded since using Twitter #WeNurses #crnurse
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:40
@Mental_Elf used CASP tools for systematic reviewing very helpful #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:40
RT @sarah_searz: Reading research needs to become a habit #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:40
@sarah_searz @Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @nursingrahs And of course what is published and what isnt. #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:40
RT @Mental_Elf: @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy There are Twitter lists. Librarians are very into lists ;-) #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:40
@AgencyNurse Is it the statistics that you find difficult? Most people struggle with that most #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:40
@Mental_Elf #wenurses personally not enough integration in education and practice
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:40
RT @Mental_Elf: @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy There are Twitter lists. Librarians are very into lists ;-) #wenurses
@NeilOConnell
11 December 2014 20:40
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:40
RT @sarah_searz: Reading research needs to become a habit #wenurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:40
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@annieloulou
11 December 2014 20:40
RT @tfotis73: Who is bringing the evidence in practice? The individual, the NHS? the manager? #wenurses #EBP
@NIHR_RDSSE
11 December 2014 20:41
RT @WeNurses: Interesting point @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf Can there be too much research ? #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:41
@AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf that's were the CASP tools come in handy ?? #WeNurses
@JJackson_RN
11 December 2014 20:41
RT @sarah_searz: Reading research needs to become a habit #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:41
It's also a good idea to be organised (says the nerdy librarian), here are some tips... #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:41
RT @Mental_Elf: @AgencyNurse Is it the statistics that you find difficult? Most people struggle with that most #wenurses
@anniepj
11 December 2014 20:41
RT @WeMidwives: chatting now with @Mental_Elf are #wenurses about "keeping up to date with reliable research" AND 8:30 @WeLDnurses tackle s…
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:41
Reference management tools like @EndNoteNews or @MendeleySupport are helpful for organising your personal library of papers #wenurses
@KittyReachesOut
11 December 2014 20:41
RT @sarah_searz: Reading research needs to become a habit #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:41
RSS readers like @Feedly are great for creating one place to keep track of all your database and journal feeds #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:41
@AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP when in Oxford the library was fantastic at helping with literature searches #WeNurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:41
@sarah_searz @WeNurses #wenurses I leave my students we the idea of one article per month from their fav journal adds to CPD
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:41
@Mental_Elf This is my life at the moment #researchmodule #litreview #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:41
@Mental_Elf yes and my learning style is very conversational .. need to talk to think lol ! #wenurses .. maybe a bit of confidence too
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:41
RT @CamilleCronin: @Mental_Elf #wenurses personally not enough integration in education and practice
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:41
RT @Mental_Elf: RSS readers like @Feedly are great for creating one place to keep track of all your database and journal feeds #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:41
@Mental_Elf what would u expect of advanced practitioners when it comes 2 critical appraisal skills #wenurses what evidence would u wish 2 c
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:41
@AlresfordBear @Mental_Elf @LibDemLizzy @nursingrahs yes and if you pay for access! #WeNurses
@Nurse_nigel_
11 December 2014 20:41
@Mental_Elf What is critical appraisal ? #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:42
@AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf Narrative :) #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:42
@AlresfordBear @Mental_Elf difficult Q! Is it the pursuit of the knowledge that make us the thoughtful practitioners we are? #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:42
@sarah_searz @Mental_Elf could you explain CASP tools please ? #wenurses
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:42
A reliance on abstracts is a dangerous game. #WeNurses @Mental_Elf
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:42
RT @ShazzaHudson: @WeNurses @Mental_Elf Pre Twitter 2 a month? With twitter... everyday #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:42
RT @ShazzaHudson: @WeNurses @Mental_Elf Pre Twitter 2 a month? With twitter... everyday #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:42
@nursie_nigel It helps you decide if research is relevant & trustworthy. Plus helping you determine what results actually say #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:42
RT @Mental_Elf: It's also a good idea to be organised (says the nerdy librarian), here are some tips... #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:42
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: My access to knowledge has exploded since using Twitter #WeNurses #crnurse
@tfotis73
11 December 2014 20:42
@AnnabethAE agreed Who's that? Reflecting to the clinical practice environment do we have them? If yes give them a role #WeNurses #EBP
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:42
Shows dedication to our profession :) RT @SuviAnnukka: Hardly any reading on the job #wenurses Mainly in the evening at home ..
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:43
RT @kilgore_cliff: Intelligence Handbook may be a useful resource @WeNurses http://t.co/cHsuTblqrH < #wenurses
@DGForeman
11 December 2014 20:43
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: My access to knowledge has exploded since using Twitter #WeNurses #crnurse
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:43
@tfotis73 @annieloulou ah ha! Do we need 2 consider the clinical academic career route here? #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:43
@AgencyNurse @sarah_searz CASP tools are checklists that you can use to read and appraise research papers #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:43
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf Nope. The pursuit is not important, because that is a constant chase for glory which supersedes all. #wenurses
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:43
@AgencyNurse @Mental_Elf Journal Club! #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:43
RT @Mental_Elf: @NIHRCRN_nwcoast So how do you make sure you're reading the RIGHT stuff? How do you filter your social media? #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:43
@dorcaselambert #wenurses stats is not everything
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:43
RT @Mental_Elf: @AgencyNurse @sarah_searz CASP tools are checklists that you can use to read and appraise research papers #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:43
@AgencyNurse @sarah_searz e.g. there's a checklist for systematic reviews that has 10 questions you can ask when reading a paper #wenurses
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:43
RT @Mental_Elf: RSS readers like @Feedly are great for creating one place to keep track of all your database and journal feeds #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:43
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf What is that pursuit for? #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:43
@DGFoord @EBNursingBMJ brilliant idea, @TheEdgeNHS starting a twitter book club, 1st next week & really excited #WeNurses
@choroniven
11 December 2014 20:43
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: My access to knowledge has exploded since using Twitter #WeNurses #crnurse
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:43
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:43
RT @WeNurses: RT @kilgore_cliff: Intelligence Handbook may be a useful resource @WeNurses http://t.co/cHsuTblqrH < #wenurses
@drljbaldwin
11 December 2014 20:44
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @LibDemLizzy Doh! Forgot the hashtag again #wenurses trudges off to the naughty step... again :-(
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@TeresaChinn
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:44
@AgencyNurse @sarah_searz You end up with a completed checklist and a clear idea about whether the research is reliable & relevant #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:44
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf The pursuit of wisdom and expertise can be for all manner of reasons which requires ethical thought. #WeNurses
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @Mental_Elf: @AgencyNurse @sarah_searz CASP tools are checklists that you can use to read and appraise research papers #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:44
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @NIHRCRN_nwcoast #WeNurses interesting one I review who I follow
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:44
@AlresfordBear @Mental_Elf then responsibility of those with the knowledge is to share #WeNurses #crnurse
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:44
Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @AgencyNurse #EBP
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @Mental_Elf: @NIHRCRN_nwcoast So how do you make sure you're reading the RIGHT stuff? How do you filter your social media? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @DGFoord: Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @Age…
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @DGFoord: Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @Age…
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @DGFoord: Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @Age…
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:44
RT @MandyHollis3: @DGFoord @EBNursingBMJ brilliant idea, @TheEdgeNHS starting a twitter book club, 1st next week & really excited #WeNurses
@Jam3sPJ
11 December 2014 20:45
RT @DGFoord: Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @Age…
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:45
@Mental_Elf @AgencyNurse @sarah_searz #wenurses and ensures you don't forget anthing
@Justdreamingof
11 December 2014 20:45
Needs to become habit, more you read, easier it gets to appraise &evaluate research, every nurse can &should be encouraged to read #wenurses
@KittyReachesOut
11 December 2014 20:45
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @LibDemLizzy as a member of the public (ie not an academic) this is a real issue & major frustration for me #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:45
@MandyHollis3 @EBNursingBMJ @TheEdgeNHS Oooh, now that sounds exciting; when & what's the hashtag? #WeNurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:45
@CamilleCronin @Mental_Elf @WeNurses I find this really difficult, especially where private and prof accounts blend #WeNurses #crnurse
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:45
@DGFoord Yes @signguidelines checklists are fab too @AgencyNurse Thanks David - had overlooked them tonight #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:45
@tfotis73 Or train ppl to learn / do that ... if they aren't available #wenurses Means investing in ppl
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:45
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf But that comes often with a cost and exchange of power. #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:45
Does anyone subscribe to Medscape? They do some great nursing stuff? American journal but so much relevant to UK #WeNurses
@drljbaldwin
11 December 2014 20:45
@WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf #wenurses try ours @DHCFTLibrary, the lovely and ever efficient @MarieHickman70
@DazzaOT
11 December 2014 20:45
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:45
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:45
RT @DGFoord: Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @Age…
@ScHARRpubhealth
11 December 2014 20:45
RT @DGFoord: Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @Age…
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:45
RT @MandyHollis3: Does anyone subscribe to Medscape? They do some great nursing stuff? American journal but so much relevant to UK #WeNurses
@JuliaTerry123
11 December 2014 20:45
#WeNurses @Mental_Elf what about a twitter journal club, helps with the talking with others, do this with students works well
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:46
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: My access to knowledge has exploded since using Twitter #WeNurses #crnurse
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:46
RT @JuliaTerry123: #WeNurses @Mental_Elf what about a twitter journal club, helps with the talking with others, do this with students work…
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:46
@Justdreamingof @WeNurses #wenurses YES!!!!!!
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:46
RT @DGFoord: Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @Age…
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:46
@Mental_Elf @signguidelines @AgencyNurse Like all good evidence, systematising it is a useful way to help apply it :-) #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:46
@JuliaTerry123 I've found them to be very helpful. Some are more supportive and friendly than others. Maybe @WeNurses should lead? #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:46
@drljbaldwin @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf @DHCFTLibrary @MarieHickman70 we love a "volunteer" ;D #wenurses
@Benfelen
11 December 2014 20:46
@Bartontd @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf thanks! #healthlibrarians #WeNurses
@SP_Duckworth
11 December 2014 20:46
@AlresfordBear @WeNurses @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf The opening up of EBM has been democratising- levelling hierarchies. #wenurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:46
@JuliaTerry123 @Mental_Elf Sounds like a plan! #wenurses
@Benfelen
11 December 2014 20:46
RT @Bartontd: @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf Our Librarians are Brilliant @Benfelen #wenurses
@tfotis73
11 December 2014 20:46
@ShelaghAHP @annieloulou Absolutely and is good that it has already started through @OfficialNIHR funding #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:46
@AlresfordBear @Mental_Elf …have we then done all we can? Doesn’t it then fall to those with the knowledge to share? #WeNurses #crnurse
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:46
RT @JuliaTerry123: #WeNurses @Mental_Elf what about a twitter journal club, helps with the talking with others, do this with students work…
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:46
@AgencyNurse @sarah_searz @Mental_Elf CASP tools are awesome Tree. I've just discovered them and they keep your brain tidy lol #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:46
@KittyCormack @Mental_Elf @WeNurses @LibDemLizzy I am no` an academic an` all :) #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:47
@DGFoord @WeNurses @signguidelines @AgencyNurse U r a darling when it comes 2 sharing info/lists #wenurses #thanku :o)
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:47
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf @WeNurses #wenurses I keep Twitter for professional stuff
@tfotis73
11 December 2014 20:47
@AnnabethAE agree #wenurses
@annieloulou
11 December 2014 20:47
@ShelaghAHP @tfotis73 clinical academics sorely lacking in my area. A definite must...researcher in the workplace?#WeNurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:47
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf That assumes humanity is up tae the challenge o` the cup lol :) #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:47
@JuliaTerry123 @Mental_Elf Love that idea Julia #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:47
@MandyHollis3 @WeNurses #wenurses not heard of it
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:47
@ShelaghAHP @WeNurses @signguidelines @AgencyNurse A votre service! #WeNurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:47
@CamilleCronin @Mental_Elf @WeNurses same here as a ’Tweeter’, more difficult as a follower I find #WeNurses #crnurse
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:47
#enmahp ehealth leadership Scotland - good quote for us RT @WeNurses: My access to knowledge has exploded since using Twitter #Wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:47
RT @MandyHollis3: Does anyone subscribe to Medscape? They do some great nursing stuff? American journal but so much relevant to UK #WeNurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:48
@FoxHedgehog @WeNurses @NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf Or extended the playing field for all to play a game lol :) #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:48
Do any of you nurses write blogs about research? I find that the process of explaining a paper to someone else helps me understand #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:48
@Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 problematic due to open access or lack thereof ! perhaps we need a friendly journal to team up with ? #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:48
RT @Mental_Elf: @DGFoord Yes @signguidelines checklists are fab too @AgencyNurse Thanks David - had overlooked them tonight #wenurses
@DazzaOT
11 December 2014 20:48
RT @DGFoord: (2/2) Excellent #Reith Lecture by @Atul_Gawande on systematisation of knowledge http://t.co/ld8fcalc2Y #WeNurses
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:48
@annieloulou @ShelaghAHP @tfotis73 Yes I think so ... #wenurses #researcher in the workplace Or at least someone with knowledge and skills
@Trisha_the_doc
11 December 2014 20:48
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @NRCUK @Mental_Elf which is ALL results should be published https://t.co/AiaENZLkg3 #WeNurses #crnurse
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:48
@AnnRae @WeNurses What is knowledge. Is it definable. #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:48
@annieloulou @tfotis73 a million per cent agree with you #wenurses we need more clinical academic positions across disciplines/across UK!!!
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:48
RT @MandyHollis3: Does anyone subscribe to Medscape? They do some great nursing stuff? American journal but so much relevant to UK #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:48
RT @DGFoord: @ShelaghAHP @WeNurses @signguidelines @AgencyNurse A votre service! #WeNurses
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:48
@CamilleCronin No, but not just stats. Much of research terminology &method is confusing &seems far removed from the role of nurse #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:48
@WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 There are enough open access papers to run a journal club, but that's definitely a frustrating issue #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:49
#wenurses http://t.co/auSgKg7aQQ
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:49
@AnnRae @WeNurses love that! An explosion of knowledge! #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:49
RT @annieloulou: @ShelaghAHP @tfotis73 clinical academics sorely lacking in my area. A definite must...researcher in the workplace?#WeNurses
@budsmam
11 December 2014 20:49
RT @DGFoord: Struggle with #CriticalAppraisal? These useful checklists by @SIGNGuidelines should help http://t.co/mjTdZu16K3 #WeNurses @Age…
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:49
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @Mental_Elf Well done lol :) #wenurses
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:49
@DGFoord @EBNursingBMJ @theedgenhs I'll double check and tweet #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:49
@nursingrahs @sarah_searz @Mental_Elf i feel i have some catching up to do !! :)) #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:49
@AlresfordBear @AnnRae @WeNurses See @muirgray's definition of knowledge. I'll look it up later and send it to you #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:49
@DGFoord @WeNurses @signguidelines @AgencyNurse merci buckets! #wenurses
@amcunningham
11 December 2014 20:49
If you are not exhausted after #wenurses join in #ukhped chat at 9 about communication models http://t.co/tVlZvqxXrx
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:50
@dorcaselambert #wenurses just words, like practice it's familiarisation
@Justdreamingof
11 December 2014 20:50
Also need to encourage nurses to do their own research, take away some of fear factor &strengthen our professions evidence base #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:50
RT @amcunningham: If you are not exhausted after #wenurses join in #ukhped chat at 9 about communication models http://t.co/tVlZvqxXrx
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:50
RT @fidgetfairy: @AnnRae @WeNurses love that! An explosion of knowledge! #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:50
RT @AnnabethAE: @annieloulou @ShelaghAHP @tfotis73 Yes I think so ... #wenurses #researcher in the workplace Or at least someone with knowl…
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:50
@Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 perhaps its something we can explore then ... we would need help with this though #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:51
@WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 I would love to be involved and could certainly recommend lots of other folk #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:51
RT @tfotis73: @Mental_Elf @WeNurses a good idea which is not new would be to journal clubs monthly < #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:51
RT @amcunningham: If you are not exhausted after #wenurses join in #ukhped chat at 9 about communication models http://t.co/tVlZvqxXrx
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:51
@dorcaselambert @CamilleCronin And this terminology is rarely used in research protocols. This is a uni/education thing #WeNurses #crnurse
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:51
@CamilleCronin @WeNurses the are on Twitter @Medscape but I subscribe to the on line MedscapeNursing - it's free #WeNurses
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:51
Maybe ... Is it important to patient care that we do? RT @AlresfordBear: @AnnRae @WeNurses What is knowledge. Is it definable. #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:51
RT @amcunningham: If you are not exhausted after #wenurses join in #ukhped chat at 9 about communication models http://t.co/tVlZvqxXrx
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:51
#wenurses I would love to do some local research with nurses just to get them excited about what they DO as a nurse it's important
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:51
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 lets talk about how this could realistically work then #wenurses :D
@Helen_OTUK
11 December 2014 20:51
Oh noooooooooooo got my #wenurses & #ukhped times confused! Been sat here read .gov papers and missed it! will read the transcript! Doh
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:51
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I would love to do some local research with nurses just to get them excited about what they DO as a nurse it's…
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:51
RT @WeNurses: @Mental_Elf @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 lets talk about how this could realistically work then #wenurses :D
@rachel_rahs
11 December 2014 20:52
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I would love to do some local research with nurses just to get them excited about what they DO as a nurse it's…
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:52
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 that sounds great ?? #WeNurses
@SelfHarmRes
11 December 2014 20:52
RT @Mental_Elf: Have you see the excellent CASP critical appraisal checklists? http://t.co/HUK3U0Onbb #wenurses
@KatyBeckford
11 December 2014 20:52
RT @emma_rehab: What do nurses add to the generic role in #PulmonaryRehab? @NursingTimes @ARNS_UK #WeNurses #RespEd http://t.co/15J7xUU…
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:52
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I would love to do some local research with nurses just to get them excited about what they DO as a nurse it's…
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:52
@WeNurses @Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 Isn’t this why @AgencyNurse started #WeNurses??? Ive seen her inspiring talks! #crnurse
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:52
@WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 A journal club, would be a reflective point to consider an existentialist view of knowledge and topics. #WeNurses
@amcunningham
11 December 2014 20:52
@Helen_OTUK quick catch up with #wenurses now and join #ukhped in 8 mins!
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:52
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I would love to do some local research with nurses just to get them excited about what they DO as a nurse it's…
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:52
RT @amcunningham: If you are not exhausted after #wenurses join in #ukhped chat at 9 about communication models http://t.co/tVlZvqxXrx
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:52
RT @fidgetfairy: @AnnRae @WeNurses love that! An explosion of knowledge! #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:53
#wenurses EBP practice do a journal club or did. I got frustrated because the topics were so not my cup of tea
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:53
RT @Mental_Elf: @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 I would love to be involved and could certainly recommend lots of other folk #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:53
@AnnRae @WeNurses Yep, is moral and ethical values are placed on its use and content. #wenurses And no` forgettin` financial value lol :)
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:53
@AlresfordBear @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 And you could write up the papers you critique in blogs to share with others #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:53
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @WeNurses @Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 aww thank you .. yes to discuss nursing .. #wenurses
@HealthUKTD
11 December 2014 20:53
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I would love to do some local research with nurses just to get them excited about what they DO as a nurse it's…
@dorcaselambert
11 December 2014 20:53
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @CamilleCronin Ugh. Even more inconsistenty then. No wonder it confuses me so much #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:53
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 Or have online debates :) #WeNurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:53
@AgencyNurse @WeNurses @Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 with inspiration from a tweet journal club? So its possible #WeNurses #crnurse
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:54
@CamilleCronin Go for it and start one that is your cup of tea; I'm sure there'd be interest to join you #WeNurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:54
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 Julia is a brilliant innovator - #Dave #Reference #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:54
I like the evidence based information that is then linked to case studies like @SarahChapman30 creates at the @cochranecollab #WeNurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:54
@Mental_Elf @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 Make it an open forum, in which ideas of knowledge are reflected on. Provide wider access. #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:54
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @WeNurses @Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 ..with inspiration from #TwitJC so would be interesting to go full circle ! #wenurses
@Justdreamingof
11 December 2014 20:54
Sad that of our evidence base, not that much of the research we base our practice on has actually been done by nurses #WeNurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:55
@dorcaselambert @CamilleCronin Ive just done a uni research module and recognised little of this (Im a research nurse) #WeNurses #crnurse
@DohertyTA
11 December 2014 20:55
RT @WeNurses: @ShelaghAHP @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf so now the search begins for social media saavy friendly passionate librarians #wenurses
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:55
RT @DGFoord: @CamilleCronin Go for it and start one that is your cup of tea; I'm sure there'd be interest to join you #WeNurses
@annieloulou
11 December 2014 20:55
@Mental_Elf @AnnabethAE @AlresfordBear @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 fantastic idea....#WeNurses
@DeirdreFowler13
11 December 2014 20:55
“@DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses”so true
@MandyHollis3
11 December 2014 20:55
#WeNurses MT @MarkSBabbitt: Can't wait 2 join @theedgenhs 4 first-ever virtual book club featuring @WorldGoneSocial http://t.co/3xm5P2xLFa
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:55
@DGFoord @CamilleCronin It's all about asking right questions, finding relevant papers and then meeting with likeminded people #wenurses
@JuliaTerry123
11 December 2014 20:55
#WeNurses @Mental_Elf keep it simple and polite as a j club guide, would be a great way of asking questions about research
@Bartontd
11 December 2014 20:55
RT @amcunningham: @Helen_OTUK quick catch up with #wenurses now and join #ukhped in 8 mins!
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:55
@annieloulou @Mental_Elf @AnnabethAE @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 A sort of cascade of collective critique :) #alliterationcity #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:55
RT @NIHRCRN_nwcoast: @WeNurses @Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 Isn’t this why @AgencyNurse started #WeNurses??? Ive seen her inspiring talks! #c…
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:55
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses EBP practice do a journal club or did. I got frustrated because the topics were so not my cup of tea
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:56
@AgencyNurse @WeNurses @Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 I feel a new account being inspired here…has @WeTwitJC just been born?! #WeNurses #crnurse
@AddictionNotDis
11 December 2014 20:56
RT @amcunningham: If you are not exhausted after #wenurses join in #ukhped chat at 9 about communication models http://t.co/tVlZvqxXrx
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:56
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses I would love to do some local research with nurses just to get them excited about what they DO as a nurse it's…
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:56
@DGFoord @CamilleCronin and it would be evidence for your portfolio of leadership ... education etc #wenurses gr8 investment of ur time!
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:56
RT @Mental_Elf: @WeNurses @JuliaTerry123 I would love to be involved and could certainly recommend lots of other folk #wenurses
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:56
RT @JuliaTerry123: #WeNurses @Mental_Elf keep it simple and polite as a j club guide, would be a great way of asking questions about resear…
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:56
@Mental_Elf @DGFoord #wenurses love this...this is what it's about ...then it becomes fun
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:56
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @WeNurses @Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 @WeTwitJC not sure if WeTwits is a good idea lol !! #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:56
@JuliaTerry123 Starting with questions is so important. The questions that arise in your practice. Note 'em down! #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:56
RT @amcunningham: If you are not exhausted after #wenurses join in #ukhped chat at 9 about communication models http://t.co/tVlZvqxXrx
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:56
RT @ShelaghAHP: @DGFoord @CamilleCronin and it would be evidence for your portfolio of leadership ... education etc #wenurses gr8 investmen…
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:57
RT @Mental_Elf: @JuliaTerry123 Starting with questions is so important. The questions that arise in your practice. Note 'em down! #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:57
@JuliaTerry123 @Mental_Elf an MDT approach would be gr8 too for perspective? #WeNurses #crnurse
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:57
@WeNurses @DohertyTA @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf I am on the case! #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:57
RT @DeirdreFowler13: “@DGFoord: "The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence" Carl Sagan #WeNurses”so true
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:57
RT @JuliaTerry123: #WeNurses @Mental_Elf keep it simple and polite as a j club guide, would be a great way of asking questions about resear…
@annieloulou
11 December 2014 20:57
RT @ShelaghAHP: @DGFoord @CamilleCronin and it would be evidence for your portfolio of leadership ... education etc #wenurses gr8 investmen…
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:57
WOW only 3 mins left !! @Mental_Elf what are you final questions / points #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:57
RT @ShelaghAHP: @DGFoord @CamilleCronin and it would be evidence for your portfolio of leadership ... education etc #wenurses gr8 investmen…
@tweetsdistilled
11 December 2014 20:57
RT @amcunningham: If you are not exhausted after #wenurses join in #ukhped chat at 9 about communication models http://t.co/tVlZvqxXrx
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:57
RT @CamilleCronin: @Mental_Elf @DGFoord #wenurses love this...this is what it's about ...then it becomes fun
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:57
Blummin' 'eck! You lot get through loads in an hour don't you!? #wenurses
@Satmas77
11 December 2014 20:57
I referenced some of the Web chats in my personal & professional development portfolio for uni. Tutor impressed #WeNurses
@RespEM
11 December 2014 20:57
RT @emma_rehab: What do nurses add to the generic role in #PulmonaryRehab? @NursingTimes @ARNS_UK #WeNurses #RespEd http://t.co/15J7xUU…
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:58
There seems to be a huge appetite for research, which is great to see #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @tfotis73: @ShelaghAHP @annieloulou Absolutely and is good that it has already started through @OfficialNIHR funding #wenurses
@ShelaghAHP
11 December 2014 20:58
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @JuliaTerry123 @Mental_Elf now you are talking!!! #inclusive #stimulating #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:58
@JuliaTerry123 @Mental_Elf Ask questions of research by.......thinking and deconstructing fixed roles of power. #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @Mental_Elf: There seems to be a huge appetite for research, which is great to see #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
11 December 2014 20:58
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast @WeNurses @Mental_Elf @JuliaTerry123 hehehe :)) #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:58
#wenurses it's sad because I think nurses would and could do more if the organisation in which they worked embraced it
@Justdreamingof
11 December 2014 20:58
Doesn't need to be highbrow published research, enough to produce high quality evidence that can contribute to body of knowledge #WeNurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @Mental_Elf: There seems to be a huge appetite for research, which is great to see #wenurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:58
I'll summarise my thoughts and tips in a blog over the next few days #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @Mental_Elf: Blummin' 'eck! You lot get through loads in an hour don't you!? #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:58
@Mental_Elf AGREED! #WeNurses #crnurse
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @DohertyTA: @WeNurses @ShelaghAHP @Mental_Elf YOu can never use us enough! < #wenurses
@NIHRCRN_nwcoast
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @Mental_Elf: I'll summarise my thoughts and tips in a blog over the next few days #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @Mental_Elf: I'll summarise my thoughts and tips in a blog over the next few days #wenurses
@suzanne_whyman
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @WeNurses: Missed last nights @6CsLive #wenurses on "Right staff, right skills, right place" http://t.co/nIV0CtpZvh < wordclouds/summary…
@fidgetfairy
11 December 2014 20:58
RT @ShelaghAHP: @WeNurses @DohertyTA @fidgetfairy @Mental_Elf I am on the case! #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:58
@Mental_Elf @CamilleCronin Important people aren't all 'like-minded'. Diversity stimulates better debate & prevents group-think #WeNurses
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:58
I've missed loads of the conversation, so will need to read it all and reflect #wenurses
@sarah_searz
11 December 2014 20:59
RT @Satmas77: I referenced some of the Web chats in my personal & professional development portfolio for uni. Tutor impressed #WeNurses
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:59
Great professional chat tonight - we are all here in our own time and that must be evidence in itself #wenurses
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:59
Maybe one day we will talk about Kuhn on here lol :) #wenurses
@CamilleCronin
11 December 2014 20:59
#wenurses really enjoyed this "research enthused"
@AnnabethAE
11 December 2014 20:59
RT @AnnRae: Great professional chat tonight - we are all here in our own time and that must be evidence in itself #wenurses
@DGFoord
11 December 2014 20:59
RT @ShelaghAHP: @DGFoord @CamilleCronin and it would be evidence for your portfolio of leadership ... education etc #wenurses gr8 investmen…
@Mental_Elf
11 December 2014 20:59
@DGFoord @Mental_Elf @CamilleCronin Sure, I meant like-minded in the sense that they all want to engage with the journal club #wenurses
@WeNurses
11 December 2014 20:59
RT @CamilleCronin: #wenurses really enjoyed this "research enthused"
@AlresfordBear
11 December 2014 20:59
@DGFoord @Mental_Elf @CamilleCronin Depends how it is defined. #wenurses Or retailed as being a radical :)
@AnnRae
11 December 2014 20:59
RT @Mental_Elf: I'll summarise my thoughts and tips in a blog over the next few days #wenurses




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