#WeNurses - Thursday 17th January 2019 8pm (GMT Standard Time) Prioritising people

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One of the core parts of the NMC Code is "Prioritising people"



But what does this mean in reality in our day to day lives as nurses? How do we prioritise people? 

This #WeNurses tweetchat aims to very simply explore this aspect of the NMC Code.

Some of the questions we intend to ask include:

  • What does "prioritising people" mean to you?
  • What does treating people as individuals and upholding people's dignity look like in practice?
  • How can we ensure that as nurses we listen to people and respond to their preferences and concerns?
  • How do we make sure that people’s physical, social and psychological needs are assessed and responded to? What actions should we take to ensure this happens?
  • What does respecting people’s right to privacy and confidentiality mean and how do we ensure this happens?
  • How do we ensure that we act in the best interests of people at all times? 





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This tweetchat started by asking about what prioritising people means?


Question 2 focussed on treating people as individuals 


The discussion then turned to listening and responding


Question 4 was all about assessing and responding to needs


Privacy and confidentiality were then discussed


And finally the tweetchat explored how nurses act in the best interests of people at all times 


Thank you to all who took part and shared their thoughts and experiences 





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 #WeNurses transcript

 
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:00
Hi everyone .... how are you all this evening? #WeNurses https://t.co/gyOlgUmzM9
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:00
RT @WeNurses: Hi everyone .... how are you all this evening? #WeNurses https://t.co/gyOlgUmzM9
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:01
Tonight we are tweetchatting about the "Prioritise people" part of the NMC Code Everyone is welcome to join us and add their thoughts Remember you can add Tweetchats to your participatory CPD #WeNurses https://t.co/WC0pSr27sA
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:01
Hello - Teresa here in a chilly Bristol with a blanket on my knee ! But read to talk "prioritising people" #WeNurses
@WeMHNurses
17 January 2019 20:01
Starting now over at #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085990390161756160
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:01
@WeNurses Hello ?? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:02
Hi Louise and welcome :) #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeCYPnurses/status/1085990482927329281
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:02
@WeNurses Hi everyone #Wenurses
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:02
RT @WeNurses: Hi Louise and welcome :) #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeCYPnurses/status/1085990482927329281
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:02
@PUNCadp Hi Amy #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:02
@faebeth hello there :) #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:03
QUESTION 1 this evening is: What does "prioritising people" mean to you? #WeNurses https://t.co/NMQ6XcYoNi
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:03
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 this evening is: What does "prioritising people" mean to you? #WeNurses https://t.co/NMQ6XcYoNi
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:03
@Ruth_Williams2 thanks Ruth - it makes up part of the Nursing and Midwifery code of conduct ... something that all UK nurses must abide by #WeNurses
@mynameisAndyJ
17 January 2019 20:03
Good Evening everyone #wenurses Hope your all okay
@rachaelmajor1
17 January 2019 20:03
@WeNurses Good evening from a rather chilly Guernsey #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:03
Yep this is me !!! #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeCYPnurses/status/1085990818152878080
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:04
RT @AgencyNurse: Yep this is me !!! #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeCYPnurses/status/1085990818152878080
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:04
@mynameisAndyJ Hi Andy - nice to see you #WeNurses
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:04
RT @WeNurses: @mynameisAndyJ Hi Andy - nice to see you #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:04
Not joined a #WeNurses tweetchat before..... here's how: 1 Click on > #WeNurses < to see other's tweets 2 Join in by adding #WeNurses to your tweets. 3 You are now an expert!
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:04
@rachaelmajor1 helllooooo we hope that some tweetchatting warms you up ;D #WeNurses
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:04
RT @WeNurses: @rachaelmajor1 helllooooo we hope that some tweetchatting warms you up ;D #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:05
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 this evening is: What does "prioritising people" mean to you? #WeNurses https://t.co/NMQ6XcYoNi
@WeGPNs
17 January 2019 20:05
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 this evening is: What does "prioritising people" mean to you? #WeNurses https://t.co/NMQ6XcYoNi
@WeDistrictNurse
17 January 2019 20:05
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 this evening is: What does "prioritising people" mean to you? #WeNurses https://t.co/NMQ6XcYoNi
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:05
For me it's about making the people i care for my primary concern .. putting them first, understanding what matters to them #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085990893616693248
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:05
RT @WeNurses: Not joined a #WeNurses tweetchat before..... here's how: 1 Click on > #WeNurses < to see other's tweets 2 Join in by adding #…
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:05
@WeNurses Simply put, always putting the patient first. #WeNurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:05
@WeNurses Ensuring the person you're looking after is always at the forefront of your thoughts and taking them into consideration before carrying out care/procedure etc #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:06
Well said #WeNurses https://twitter.com/faebeth/status/1085991597341372416
@thesismum
17 January 2019 20:06
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 this evening is: What does "prioritising people" mean to you? #WeNurses https://t.co/NMQ6XcYoNi
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:06
RT @WeNurses: Well said #WeNurses https://twitter.com/faebeth/status/1085991597341372416
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:06
RT @faebeth: @WeNurses Simply put, always putting the patient first. #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:06
Nicely put Amy #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PUNCadp/status/1085991625472598017
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:06
RT @WeNurses: Nicely put Amy #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PUNCadp/status/1085991625472598017
@rachaelmajor1
17 January 2019 20:06
@WeNurses Putting those are cared for by nurses, their families and friends at the heart of everything we do be in the care that is delivered or in my case teaching others to be the best nurse they can be #WeNurses
@WeMHNurses
17 January 2019 20:06
What does prioritising people mean to you ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085990893616693248
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:07
@AgencyNurse Asking them what they want/would like #wenurses
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:07
@rachaelmajor1 @WeNurses That is so important that we role model for future nurses ??#WeNurses
@Nix_edformation
17 January 2019 20:07
#WeNurses Making the patient feel that they are the priority
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:07
Hi just joining in #WeNurses looking forward to this chat ?? @WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:07
@PUNCadp yes indeed and working together to get there #Wenurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:07
@rachaelmajor1 @WeCYPnurses @WeNurses 100% agree #wenurses
@JonathanCliffe8
17 January 2019 20:08
@WeNurses Put those we care for first. Ensure true informed decision making about their care & advocate on their behalf when needed. #WeNurses
@_pollyallison
17 January 2019 20:08
@WeNurses As a student learning dis nurse/social worker, it is the main focus of my role, getting to know the person, supporting their rights, providing individualised care and support, so hard to put it in so little words :) #WeNurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:08
@AgencyNurse Definitely #wenurses
@PettiferKelly
17 January 2019 20:08
Really excited to meet all the potential candidates tomorrow @SwanseaUni @HumanandHealth selection day for nursing #WeNurses #workingtogether #empoweringpeople It’s not too late to apply to study. Have a quick look. https://www.swansea.ac.uk/humanandhealthsciences/departments-at-the-college-of-human-and-health/department-of-nursing/study-a-nursing-degree-at-swansea-university/ https://t.co/EELZAj9iEP
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:08
@PhilBallRN lovely to have your experience and passion this eve Philip, thank you, happy #WeNurses'ing :)
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:09
RT @WeNurses: @PhilBallRN lovely to have your experience and passion this eve Philip, thank you, happy #WeNurses'ing :)
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:09
We think you said it well Polly #WeNurses https://twitter.com/_pollyallison/status/1085992269285609472
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:09
@JonathanCliffe8 @WeNurses Ensuring they understand what something involves #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:10
QUESTION 2 What does treating people as individuals and upholding people's dignity look like in practice? What are your thoughts? #WeNurses https://t.co/h8pIbA2Uev
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:10
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/DionneDaniel5/status/1085992600044220416
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:10
RT @PhilBallRN: Hi just joining in #WeNurses looking forward to this chat ?? @WeNurses
@JonathanCliffe8
17 January 2019 20:10
@WeNurses Ensuring staff are well equipped to prioritise people is equally important - adequate staffing/resources/skills is an important factor when wanting to effectively prioritise the needs of those we care for. #WeNurses
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:11
@AgencyNurse #wenurses prioritising means knowing what we have in terms of our resources and enabling the wishes of those in our care
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:11
@PhilBallRN @WeNurses Me too but battery low and pup has chewed charger lead #wenurses
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:11
Considering what is the best course of action for the patient, thinking about all of their needs. #wenurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:11
@WeNurses Trying to get to know something about your patients, put them at ease when they're at their most vulnerable #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:11
OK so what happens when the people we prioritise have conflicting needs .. how do we prioritise then ?? How does it work in reality?? EG person with dementia needing to walk around but disturbing other people who need to rest #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:11
@WeNurses Ensure I am doing everything possible to put my patient in the centre of their care and allow them to make their own informed choices, giving all the information with no jargon and allowing a free open discussion and include their family, relatives (if appropriate) #WeNurses
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:11
@WeNurses Person centred holistic practice #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:12
Interesting point..... thoughts? #wenurses https://twitter.com/AgencyNurse/status/1085993079436439553
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:12
@PhilBallRN mmm interesting Philip ... are resources part of it ? Is this what prioritising people is in reality ? #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:12
@WeCYPnurses @rachaelmajor1 @WeNurses Our fabulous students watch us just as much as our patients, awesome comment! If we get it right from the grass roots, the tree will look beautiful ?? #WeNurses
@selenam738
17 January 2019 20:12
@WeNurses #wenurses it’s holding on to the very essence of humanity, integrity and compassion within nursing...despite the sometimes overwhelming pressures facing us on wards.
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:13
@cherylwilson2 @PhilBallRN welcome to #wenurses Cheryl & naughty pup!!!! :)
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:13
@AgencyNurse Teamwork ?? #wenurses
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:13
@WeNurses Never treating people as a stereotype. Try and find out something about them and chat to them when needed,individualise your care and communication. Upholding dignity is essential andcan be as simple as rearranging a patients blanket to cover them up if it has slipped. #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:14
It means different things to different people .... and looks different every time ... in my opinion #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085992654796537856
@Nix_edformation
17 January 2019 20:15
#WeNurses Listening to the person. Providing honest and open updates and assurances/reassurances about their care from the outset.
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:15
A good point Selena .... what happens when pressure mean that prioritising people gets tough ?? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/selenam738/status/1085993391245152256
@mynameisAndyJ
17 January 2019 20:15
Does as patient know they are at the centre of care? what they waant is to be tretd as person with dignity and Respect #wenurses To be engaged with as equal and have common understanding
@_pollyallison
17 January 2019 20:15
@WeNurses working with the individual, families etc, considering their needs where possible. This co-productive approach shows respect for the individual. Communication is also key, explain whats happening, provide reassurance etc #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:15
I like this answer #WeNurses https://twitter.com/faebeth/status/1085993652797796352
@Fripi
17 January 2019 20:15
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 this evening is: What does "prioritising people" mean to you? #WeNurses https://t.co/NMQ6XcYoNi
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:15
RT @Nix_edformation: #WeNurses Listening to the person. Providing honest and open updates and assurances/reassurances about their care fro…
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:16
@AgencyNurse #weNurses I think we have to be ready to take resources into account, as a manager I can’t have team members misused by asking them to do to much, and balancing this against what we can provide
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:16
@WeNurses Treating someone as a person not a diagnosis #wenurses
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:16
Loving all the #wenurses tweets on "Prioritising people" lot's of nurse passion for this.... but the organisations they work for's targets make it almost impossible to achieve this at scale :(
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:16
This is a really important point Andy #WeNurses https://twitter.com/mynameisAndyJ/status/1085993973569728515
@ph_wilson1
17 January 2019 20:16
@WeNurses For me it's about seeing how direct and indirect actions impact patient and family care. Nursing a patient, tidying the storeroom, checking the resuscitation trolley and managing the off duty are all about prioritising people. Because people benefit when all done well #wenurses
@EllzSummary
17 January 2019 20:16
@WeNurses Putting people first, not just care, nursing but value relationships over other distractions. Whether it’s in nursing care, a conversation, comfort, a story. You get the gist ...... #WeNurses
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:16
@WeNurses This is person centred care and teamwork can be implemented to ensure needs of all addressed eg engage with activity #wenurses
@rachaelmajor1
17 January 2019 20:16
@WeNurses Good communication, involving them fully in care decisions that are made with them not for them (unless there is a very good reason why they can't). Treating people the way that you would like your own loved ones to be cared for #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:16
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1085994171964497920
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:16
@WeNurses This is a challenge, you make the best of a situation you’re in. I’ve often used distraction techniques, sometimes it’s not saying ‘sit down your disturbing others’ i often say ‘you must be tired with all this walking, how do your feet feel? Shall we have a sit down?’ #WeNurses
@JonathanCliffe8
17 January 2019 20:16
@WeNurses Actively listening to them.. verbal & non verbal both equally important... discussion with relatives to help establish care plans most suited to the needs of the painting. #WeNurses
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:16
@AgencyNurse I agree, because prioritising people is all about giving individual care to individual people #WeNurses
@rachaelmajor1
17 January 2019 20:17
RT @selenam738: @WeNurses #wenurses it’s holding on to the very essence of humanity, integrity and compassion within nursing...despite the…
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:17
#wenurses https://twitter.com/JFr4ser/status/1085994332279185409
@JonathanCliffe8
17 January 2019 20:17
How would you like your relative to be treated... #WeNurses https://twitter.com/wenurses/status/1085992654796537856
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:17
@PhilBallRN I think you are right .... we have to be realistic and have realistic expectations. Part of our role is working with people to provide the very best care we can #WeNurses
@selenam738
17 January 2019 20:18
@WeNurses #wenurses cherishing our role as advocate, maintaining standards, ensuring patient safety rather than compromising because of the ubiquitous problem of ‘patient flow’. Declining to move puts who are EoL...just to free a bed.
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:18
I stand corrected .... i think this way around is much better #WeNurses https://twitter.com/JFr4ser/status/1085994332279185409
@Jo3_NHS
17 January 2019 20:18
We all have a job to do. But we must be patient centred not just task focussed #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085990893616693248
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:18
@JonathanCliffe8 I always think about if I'd be happy if it was my parent bring cared for #wenurses
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:18
@WeNurses The most vital asset we own, our ears, listen and react to what you hear. Effective communication. Our eyes watch also, react to what we see, does the patient look comfortable and think or ask “how can I make them feel safe, less anxious, comfortable?” #WeNurses
@DionneDaniel5
17 January 2019 20:18
@WeNurses Asking what matters to them and using this to support their care , very altruistic but taken in the context of external and internal pressures can be a challenge #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:19
Lot's of great tweets flying around :) See if you can try and remember to add #WeNurses to your tweets so we all see them all :) https://t.co/sRXWAQRYZl
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:19
What a brilliant point - prioritising people is in everything we do #WeNurses https://twitter.com/ph_wilson1/status/1085994217242017799
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:19
RT @WeNurses: Lot's of great tweets flying around :) See if you can try and remember to add #WeNurses to your tweets so we all see them al…
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:20
QUESTION 3 How can we ensure that as nurses we listen to people and respond to their preferences and concerns? #WeNurses https://t.co/oVpyteG5HI
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:20
@ph_wilson1 @WeNurses love this point .... it's like that old story about NASA cleaners who state their job is to put people on the moon ... we are all working together and everything we do should prioritise people #WeNurses
@WeLDnurses
17 January 2019 20:20
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 3 How can we ensure that as nurses we listen to people and respond to their preferences and concerns? #WeNurses ht…
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:20
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 3 How can we ensure that as nurses we listen to people and respond to their preferences and concerns? #WeNurses ht…
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:20
@ph_wilson1 @WeNurses #nurses are like icebergs #wenurses
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:20
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 3 How can we ensure that as nurses we listen to people and respond to their preferences and concerns? #WeNurses ht…
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:21
@WeNurses Can you as nurses if your organisation doesn't support you to do just that? #wenurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:21
@WeNurses There's a saying that a big problem with communication is that we listen to respond not to understand #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:22
Well we have to do just that .... LISTEN. Take time to listen, respond and react ... sounds simple but can be hard when mid a very shift #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085995171341262858
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:22
Something worth reflecting on ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PUNCadp/status/1085995628545613824
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:22
@WeNurses By giving people our undivided attention when we are talking/caring for them. Take on board what they are saying, change your care according to their preferences and needs. #WeNurses
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:22
@cherylwilson2 @ph_wilson1 @WeNurses some organisations they work for move slower than icebergs :( Policy change is way behind best practice, and often common sense #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:22
@WeNurses Ask them directly “do you have any questions or anything you’re concerned about?” We look after people at their most vulnerable and don’t often give them the opportunities sometimes to voice and respond to their preferences or concerns for multiple reasons... #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:23
#wenurses https://twitter.com/_pollyallison/status/1085995689618927616
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:23
All good points Polly #WeNurses https://twitter.com/_pollyallison/status/1085995689618927616
@rachaelmajor1
17 January 2019 20:23
@WeNurses Need time to listen and to hear what they want/need and have courage in some cases to advocate for them. #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:23
@PUNCadp @WeNurses ???????????? fantastic comment #WeNurses
@JonathanCliffe8
17 January 2019 20:23
@WeNurses Multidisciplinary working! - eg. the paitent has just had a 10 minute conversation with the domestic cleaning the bay... speak to the domestic, share any vital information that could help improve care... #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:23
Great tips here #WeNurses https://twitter.com/Lerounxi/status/1085995900407812096
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:23
@AgencyNurse What if you’re #deaf #nurse ?????? how do we listen do you think ? #wenurses ( because we do )
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:24
@AgencyNurse #wenurses @WeNurses keeping dignity is based on some of Human Rights Act, article 3 our Right not to be tortured or treated in an inhuman or degrading way. We all have an obligation under the HRA, to preserve the dignity of those in our care.
@_pollyallison
17 January 2019 20:24
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:24
@Lerounxi @WeNurses yes not sure we do this enough - espescially when busy. Giving people the opportunity to communicate with us very important and is the start of listening #WeNurses
@Nix_edformation
17 January 2019 20:24
@ph_wilson1 @WeNurses sorry forgot #wenurses tired
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:24
@rachaelmajor1 @WeNurses This is what finding efficiencies is all about, people think it's about reducing staff or other cuts, but it is about improving quality be creating time :) #wenurses
@samjdonohue
17 January 2019 20:24
#WeNurses and first of all ask https://twitter.com/agencynurse/status/1085995679867195393
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:24
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/Nix_edformation/status/1085996127000948737
@CustoperSmith
17 January 2019 20:25
RT @WeNurses: #wenurses https://twitter.com/_pollyallison/status/1085995689618927616
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:25
@AgencyNurse Some days #wenurses we can only do so much, we have to do what suffices
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:25
An excellent point ... work together #WeNurses https://twitter.com/JonathanCliffe8/status/1085996137184718848
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:25
RT @samjdonohue: #WeNurses and first of all ask https://twitter.com/agencynurse/status/1085995679867195393
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:26
@samjdonohue yes indeed i agree #WeNurses
@Ruth_Williams2
17 January 2019 20:26
@WeNurses #WeNurses Ask “what matters to you”. A challenge when the answer isn’t clinical but can save time, focus energy & improve trust & compliance
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:26
THIS #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PhilBallRN/status/1085996190070722560
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:26
RT @PhilBallRN: @AgencyNurse Some days #wenurses we can only do so much, we have to do what suffices
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:26
RT @PhilBallRN: @AgencyNurse #wenurses @WeNurses keeping dignity is based on some of Human Rights Act, article 3 our Right not to be tortu…
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:26
RT @Ruth_Williams2: @WeNurses #WeNurses Ask “what matters to you”. A challenge when the answer isn’t clinical but can save time, focus ener…
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:27
@AgencyNurse @WeNurses It’s vital and is often ‘communication’ that we find is the biggest issue raised... “I wasn’t informed” “No one told me what was happening” It’s something we need to improve on, we’re under pressure but takes less than a few minutes to listen, understand and respond #WeNurses
@agnes_houston
17 January 2019 20:27
RT @samjdonohue: #WeNurses and first of all ask https://twitter.com/agencynurse/status/1085995679867195393
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:27
All good points .. but what does this look like in our day to day work ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/Sheenie_Beannie/status/1085996864351154177
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:27
RT @PhilBallRN: @AgencyNurse #wenurses @WeNurses keeping dignity is based on some of Human Rights Act, article 3 our Right not to be tortu…
@rachaelmajor1
17 January 2019 20:27
RT @WeNurses: An excellent point ... work together #WeNurses https://twitter.com/JonathanCliffe8/status/1085996137184718848
@PUNCJack
17 January 2019 20:27
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 3 How can we ensure that as nurses we listen to people and respond to their preferences and concerns? #WeNurses ht…
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:27
@cherylwilson2 @ph_wilson1 @WeNurses problem is, only 1/5th is adding patient value too! #wenurses
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:28
RT @Ruth_Williams2: @WeNurses #WeNurses Ask “what matters to you”. A challenge when the answer isn’t clinical but can save time, focus ener…
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:28
@Lerounxi @WeNurses yes indeed and can often be done whilst doing other things #WeNurses
@Jo3_NHS
17 January 2019 20:28
The nursing and care planning processes implemented effectively should address all in this question #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085995171341262858
@Ruth_Williams2
17 January 2019 20:28
@JonathanCliffe8 @WeNurses Great example of MDT working & openness to the whole team wrapped around the patient #WeNurses
@ph_wilson1
17 January 2019 20:28
@WeNurses Starts with firstly knowing your 'patient group' well, and knowing the core characteristics and issues they encounter - allows you to be better prepared for their needs before they even arrive. Then it's about listening and customising when you meet and nurse them #wenurses
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:28
@AgencyNurse Yes, but it doesn't take much to talk to a patient in passing even if you are very busy. The best part of my day is when I can talk to patients, even though I am usually performing a physical caring role at the same time. Good communication vitally important #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:29
@AgencyNurse @WeNurses Absolutely ???? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:29
#wenurses https://twitter.com/Sheenie_Beannie/status/1085997378455384064
@scovelljohn
17 January 2019 20:29
RT @WeNurses: An excellent point ... work together #WeNurses https://twitter.com/JonathanCliffe8/status/1085996137184718848
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:29
RT @AgencyNurse: @Lerounxi @WeNurses yes indeed and can often be done whilst doing other things #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:30
We are 1/2 way through tonights #WeNurses .... so here is QUESTION 4 How do we make sure that people’s physical, social and psychological needs are assessed and responded to? What actions should we take to ensure this happens? https://t.co/xA2HVODqu2
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:30
I don't think i've answered this yet !! It's about not just blindly performing tasks but about taking every opportunity to communicate, listen and respond with the people we care for #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085995171341262858
@WeDistrictNurse
17 January 2019 20:30
RT @WeNurses: We are 1/2 way through tonights #WeNurses .... so here is QUESTION 4 How do we make sure that people’s physical, social and…
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:30
@AgencyNurse @Lerounxi @WeNurses It also helps if you have an up to date care plan ?? #weNurses
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:30
@WeNurses Surely the listening and asking we’re expected to do will help us respond appropriately #wenurses? We have to be careful that their preferences can be met so long as their expectations are kept realistic
@ph_wilson1
17 January 2019 20:30
@NRCUK @cherylwilson2 @WeNurses What the source of the 1/5 figure? Be good to understand the robustness of the methodology that arrived at that. #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:31
Yes - nursing is not a list of tasks ... every opportunity should be taken to deliver care at every level #WeNurses https://twitter.com/faebeth/status/1085997431857254401
@Nix_edformation
17 January 2019 20:31
@Jo3_NHS #wenurses (remembered!) Ah the care planning subject. I think this process needs some kind of innovation. Standardised innovation -I mean - but not one size fits all approach.
@ShanleyOliver
17 January 2019 20:31
@WeNurses I think listening is probably the most important point but arguably one of the hardest to achieve. It’s genuinely and actively hearing what is being said #wenurses
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:31
@WeCYPnurses @AgencyNurse @WeNurses That’s a whole other debate! but I love your thinking... care plans most definitely should be integrated more. I believe anyone >60 should have a care plan (electronically) created by GP and accessible to all NHS services! #WeNurses
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:32
RT @WeNurses: We are 1/2 way through tonights #WeNurses .... so here is QUESTION 4 How do we make sure that people’s physical, social and…
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:32
@ph_wilson1 @cherylwilson2 @WeNurses it's the pinch of salt methodology and 10 years of visiting hundreds of orgs and seeing all the pointless processes that nurses are tied down doing or repeating... funny what you see from the outside #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:32
I wrote a blog post a while back called "evidence based tea" > http://teresachinn.co.uk/evidence-based-tea/ ... it was all about how we as nurses prioritise people (in an evidence based way) whilst doing other things #WeNurses
@JonathanCliffe8
17 January 2019 20:33
@WeNurses Effective handovers... difficult if handing over many patients however don’t miss out vital facts in handover - not just a medical handover... #HolisticHandover #WeNurses
@cherylwilson2
17 January 2019 20:33
@ph_wilson1 @NRCUK @WeNurses I’ll be interested to see the #EBP. #wenurses ??
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:33
@Lerounxi @AgencyNurse @WeNurses That is available if someone rings up 111 service with a long term condition they have plans you can look at as a clinician ?? #WeNurses
@receivingconsnt
17 January 2019 20:34
@WeNurses Listening is so important and also not pre-judging what their needs may/will be. Using experience to inform practice is important but keep that line of being non-judgements as we do it #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:34
@Lerounxi @WeCYPnurses @WeNurses agree that is a whole nother tweetchat ... but think that care plans have a role to play here ... as well as comprehensive handovers #WeNurses
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:35
@cherylwilson2 @ph_wilson1 @WeNurses here you go #wenurses :) https://t.co/iR8j8oXwNz
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:35
@WeNurses During the admission process, a brief history of the patient will highlight the information that I need to take further care with, such as learning disability etc. Also mental health, checking is the environment appropriate etc - respond to what is handed over to me #WeNurses
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:35
By caring for the patient individually, prioritising their care and needs. Most importantly by talking to them #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1085997689135865857
@_pollyallison
17 January 2019 20:35
@WeNurses making assessments holistic, if presenting with a physical need obvs respond to this need, but also consider other needs. As a LD StN using hospital passports gives a overall picture of the individual, covering all the needs. #WeNurses
@Papajoe1407
17 January 2019 20:35
RT @WeNurses: We are 1/2 way through tonights #WeNurses .... so here is QUESTION 4 How do we make sure that people’s physical, social and…
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:35
@WeNurses In depth care plans that involve asking the person what needs are not just assuming... And then following these and reviewing as often as needed #wenurses
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:35
@WeCYPnurses @AgencyNurse @WeNurses Mind blown ?? ???????? I never knew this!! I shall do some research #WeNurses
@_pollyallison
17 January 2019 20:36
@WeNurses Communication between professionals, colleagues. Handovers to cover the individuals general wellbeing, covering all aspects #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:36
#wenurses
@selenam738
17 January 2019 20:36
@JonathanCliffe8 @WeNurses SBAR format used for our handovers includes this critical aspect, making it person-centred #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:36
Love this but would add making assessments part of a cycle ... we need to keep assessing and updating care as we go .. peoples need continually change and evolve #WeNurses https://twitter.com/_pollyallison/status/1085999011541237765
@Nix_edformation
17 January 2019 20:36
@ShanleyOliver @WeNurses Added challenges. As a nurse, I want to be able to listen to patients and provide them with the necessary time. This is not always possible - It takes the skill of the HCP to facilitate discussion in an effective and productive way to improve timely outcomes. #wenurses
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 20:37
RT @Lerounxi: @WeCYPnurses @AgencyNurse @WeNurses Mind blown ?? ???????? I never knew this!! I shall do some research #WeNurses
@coxc41
17 January 2019 20:37
@WeNurses Make sure the correct teams are aware people's needs straight away not left for weeks especially GP referrals.. #WeNurses
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:38
@WeNurses We should use the tools that are available to us, such as MUST for dietary assessment, #WeNurses There are other examples eg for pressure area care etc. A great way to find out the needs is to ask what they are most concerned about, what it is that is most important to them
@selenam738
17 January 2019 20:38
Yes, ‘This is Me,’ ‘Health Care passports’all include this essential info that we can glean to enhance our care to be truly person-centred. #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:38
@receivingconsnt @WeNurses really good points .... evry person is different - we do need to use our experience but it shouldnt be our only road map #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:40
QUESTION 5 What does respecting people’s right to privacy and confidentiality mean and how do we ensure this happens? #WeNurses https://t.co/ACNjUmncjX
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:40
@Nix_edformation @ShanleyOliver @WeNurses really good points .. also worth remembering we are part of a wider team and 24 hour care ... sometimes prioritising people means taking care of ourselves and resting #WeNurses
@selenam738
17 January 2019 20:40
If care is person-centred, this has to include how we treat each other or your organisation treats you. Valuing staff positively influences the care we provide #wenurses
@PaulaHopes1
17 January 2019 20:40
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 3 How can we ensure that as nurses we listen to people and respond to their preferences and concerns? #WeNurses ht…
@danielsotop
17 January 2019 20:41
@WeNurses Great question, again linked to the iceberg... it's about what we know as nurses and how we describe it that make us a unique profession #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:41
Yes #WeNurses https://twitter.com/_pollyallison/status/1085999772488658945
@PUNCJack
17 January 2019 20:41
@WeNurses How about involving patients in their handovers? Giving patients a document to fill in, just asking if there's anything they'd like the staff to know about them, how they're feeling today, what's good, what's bad. #WeNurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:41
@WeNurses Make sure you close the sound proof curtains before having an important conversation?! #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:42
@danielsotop some questions this evening are proving quite tough to answer .. there is something here about us as nurses being able to articulate what we do, how we do it and why #WeNurses
@ShanleyOliver
17 January 2019 20:42
@AgencyNurse @receivingconsnt @WeNurses Completely agree, experience can be very important, but wisdom, insight and understanding are not always determined by years. #wenurses #empathy
@JFr4ser
17 January 2019 20:42
@WeNurses Oops forgot hashtag #wenurses
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:42
@WeNurses It's more about what it doesn't mean! #WeNurses Which isn't locking all the information away so it doesn't add value elsewhere... still, after BILLIONS spent on this, patients move faster than their info, causing harm, waste & increased demand :(
@coxc41
17 January 2019 20:43
@WeNurses 1/2 It is important to maintain privacy and confidentiality because: patients are concerned about the stigma and discrimination associated with their HIV and related conditions. ... a health system with strong privacy mechanisms will promote public confidence #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:43
@ShanleyOliver @receivingconsnt @WeNurses oh you definitely said it much better than me ! #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:43
Great points Chris #WeNurses https://twitter.com/coxc41/status/1086000963842916352
@coxc41
17 January 2019 20:43
@WeNurses 2/2 and trust in health care services generally. #WeNurses
@PUNCJack
17 January 2019 20:44
@WeNurses I think it's the correct sharing of information. Making sure you gain consent from the patient (unless there is a risk of harm to themselves or others) and explaining why it is being shared, who it has been shared with and what is expected to come of that info. #WeNurses
@Nix_edformation
17 January 2019 20:44
@PUNCadp @WeNurses hmmmmm yes. Business opportunity. #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:44
Absolutely #Wenurses https://twitter.com/JFr4ser/status/1086000802186051584
@ShanleyOliver
17 January 2019 20:45
@AgencyNurse @Nix_edformation @WeNurses Agree, had a great discussion today about wellbeing and how we improve on self care #wenurses
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:45
@WeNurses Taking care of confidential paperwork properly and disposing of it in the appropriate manner. This is where information governance comes in #WeNurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:45
@Nix_edformation @WeNurses #dragonsden ?? #wenurses
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:46
@faebeth @WeNurses NOOOOOOOO #Wenurses :(
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:46
@ShanleyOliver @Nix_edformation @WeNurses I find myself saying "put your own oxygen mask on before helping others" lots recently ... it's imperative we take care of ourselves as nurses .. we are a precious resource #WeNurses
@receivingconsnt
17 January 2019 20:47
@WeNurses #wenurses ?????
@_pollyallison
17 January 2019 20:47
@WeNurses Building trust, communicating if you need to act in this persons best interest, considering their human rights. Being open and honest #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:48
How are we on Q5 already !! This can be a simple as realising that curtains aren't soundproof and moving the conversation somewhere else #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1086000204518547456
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:49
@selenam738 At our trust @MKHospital we have ‘Health and Well-being’ for staff, can refer to physio for example #WeNurses , helps us be looked after, to enable us to do the caring, staff are valued ??
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:49
Sounds like a great initiative #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PhilBallRN/status/1086002510064730118
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:50
Our final question this evening: QUESTION 6 How do we ensure that we act in the best interests of people at all times? #WeNurses https://t.co/dzbEorhVsE
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:51
@NRCUK @WeNurses It's an important point to remember. Individual care is vital, but this is also important because paperwork has individual patients details on it #WeNurses
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:52
@PUNCJack @WeNurses We have an ‘About Me’ document @MKHospital that does this, enables a patient, family member or career to record useful information; I’ve often used family photos on lockers as a starting point for conversations #WeNurses
@JonathanCliffe8
17 January 2019 20:52
@WeNurses Remember the reason you started in the profession... to provide care for those in need...don’t forget your basics. #WeNurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:52
@AgencyNurse Or nurses discreetly asking if you've had your bowels open and not shouting it across the bay from the meds trolley ?? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:52
@LeggKerri @ShanleyOliver @Nix_edformation @WeNurses lol I'm not sure about that ... just regurgitating what I have heard whilst snooping about on twitter ;D #WeNurses
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:53
@WeNurses Yes, #WeNurses benefited this creaking old nurse this week, much appreciated ??
@rachaelmajor1
17 January 2019 20:53
@JFr4ser @WeNurses I agree. Patients need to trust you with their sensitive information and to know where that information needs to be shared. They also need to trust the system will keep that information safe and used appropriately for their care #WeNurses
@selenam738
17 January 2019 20:53
@WeNurses #wenurses honesty, integrity, leadership, sense of humour & kindness
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:53
@JonathanCliffe8 @WeNurses Definitely, very important to remember this #WeNurses
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:53
@WeNurses Always wonder if you would be happy if the patient was your family member #wenurses
@Nix_edformation
17 January 2019 20:53
@WeNurses Expert Nurse >>>??<<<<<Expert Patient Looking objectivley at the Information and looking at subjective information (my god I just can't spell tonight) #wenurses
@danielsotop
17 January 2019 20:53
@WeNurses One way, very extended world-wide , is the standardization of nursing language: evidence-based, improve communication and visibility of nursing interventions as well as patient outcomes... probably the future way... might with a #WeNurses on this topic
@NRCUK
17 January 2019 20:54
@faebeth @WeNurses we should be eradicating paper, at all cost, it is dead information that will have time spent re-collecting it the next time. Digital by default will give you all more time to deliver personalised, quality care #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:54
RT @selenam738: @WeNurses #wenurses honesty, integrity, leadership, sense of humour & kindness
@opeyemiooo
17 January 2019 20:55
RT @AgencyNurse: Yes #WeNurses https://twitter.com/_pollyallison/status/1085999772488658945
@faebeth
17 January 2019 20:55
@WeNurses By always putting patients needs at the centre of your work. Never forgetting that patient care is why you are at work #WeNurses
@Ruth_Williams2
17 January 2019 20:55
@WeNurses Aligning personal values with behaviour. Reflective practice. #Wenurses
@PUNCJack
17 January 2019 20:56
@WeNurses If possible the patient needs to be given all information necessary to make a decision and be involved in their treatment. Sometimes they'll agree, sometimes they'll disagree. Sometimes there will be a compromise. Sometimes you'll disagree with the decision they choose #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:56
Found tonights #WeNurses quite challenging ... it's been hard (but useful) to put what i do everyday into words #WeNurses Hope we get chance to explore the other 3 areas of the code !
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:56
RT @Ruth_Williams2: @WeNurses Aligning personal values with behaviour. Reflective practice. #Wenurses
@receivingconsnt
17 January 2019 20:57
@WeNurses My mum (who was a nurse) always taught me to treat everyone like they were your own mum/dad/ close family member and remember the position of privilege we are in day in day out to have people out their trust in us #wenurses always be an advocate #prioritisepeople
@thelovelymaeve
17 January 2019 20:57
RT @WeNurses: We are 1/2 way through tonights #WeNurses .... so here is QUESTION 4 How do we make sure that people’s physical, social and…
@Lerounxi
17 January 2019 20:57
@WeNurses Look down at your uniform/badge... remind yourself where and who you are and why you’re here. Don’t forget where you’ve come from and where you want to go, stay grounded. We are all human and remember to ask for help if needed #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 20:58
Love this ... brilliant piece of practical advice ... something we can all do and reflect on #WeNurses https://twitter.com/Lerounxi/status/1086004595413995520
@PUNCJack
17 January 2019 20:58
@PhilBallRN @WeNurses @MKHospital I've seen this in nursing and residential homes that I've worked in as a HCA or visited to see relatives. It's such a simple way to start a conversation with a patient and help them feel recognised. #WeNurses
@Nix_edformation
17 January 2019 20:58
@faebeth @WeNurses I like this. The word "central" rather than patients *first*. Denotes focus. #WeNurses
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 20:58
@WeNurses Q6 #WeNurses best interests at all times? Be familiar with the #HumanRightsAct, use materials from @BIHRhumanrights that help healthcare workers, use in conjunction with @nmcnews or other codes, know wishes, thru #AdvancedCarePlans #ADRT discuss in advance
@JonathanCliffe8
17 January 2019 20:59
@WeNurses Amongst what is often a busy, fast paced ward... amongst the lack of resources and staffing.. the endless paperwork, the introduction of new targets, technology and system changes .... never forget there is a patient, who needs you! #WeNurses
@_pollyallison
17 January 2019 20:59
@WeNurses remembering nursing values, use a person centred approach. You became or are becoming a nurse for a reason :) ) #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 20:59
Some top tips here #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PhilBallRN/status/1086004925048516610
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 20:59
@Lerounxi @WeNurses Be proud of what you've become #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 21:00
The good news is that I am definitely warmer now .... sitting with a laptop for an hour certainly helps you to heat up !!! #WeNurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 21:01
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/JaneNewson/status/1086005184873009152
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 21:01
RT @PUNCadp: @Lerounxi @WeNurses Be proud of what you've become #wenurses
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 21:01
RT @PUNCadp: @Lerounxi @WeNurses Be proud of what you've become #wenurses
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 21:02
Join us next week: What can be done to help nurses to be happier, healthier and fitter? #WeNurses on Thursday 24th Jan Read more here > http://buff.ly/2QtY6Gg
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 21:02
Ooops we forgot the hashtag !!! #WeNurses #canhappentoanyone #onlyhuman https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1086005237876281344
@PUNCadp
17 January 2019 21:03
Two little quotes after @WeNurses thought provoking tweet chat... Treat everyone like the individual they are.. and How you make others feel says a lot about you.. Good night everyone ?? #WeNurses
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 21:03
RT @WeNurses: Ooops we forgot the hashtag !!! #WeNurses #canhappentoanyone #onlyhuman https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1086005237876281344
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 21:03
Try looking here at @BIHRhumanrights #WeNurses They have a health hub, https://www.bihr.org.uk/health They’re helping increase knowledge about #HumanRights approaches in healthcare, my interest mainly use in end of life decision making @Sue_Ryder @GravesJacqui
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 21:03
Definitely one to reflect on this week #WeNurses Thank you everyone :D https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1086005237876281344
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 21:04
Great link thanks Philip #EBP #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PhilBallRN/status/1086006075265114113
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 21:04
#EBP #WeNurses https://twitter.com/AgencyNurse/status/1085998430588162048
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 21:05
Thanks for the chat tonight #WeNurses, pleased to see the engagement, and thanks for going with my #HumanRights focus, Night all, ????
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 21:05
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1086006413137268736
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 21:05
@ph_wilson1 I agree ... i don't think we have space until march now but will definitely add another one in ! (or 3!) #WeNurses
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 21:05
RT @WeNurses: Great link thanks Philip #EBP #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PhilBallRN/status/1086006075265114113
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 21:05
RT @WeNurses: Some top tips here #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PhilBallRN/status/1086004925048516610
@WeNurses
17 January 2019 21:06
@WeCYPnurses thanks for joining us - always good to have a CYP perspective :D #WeNurses
@PhilBallRN
17 January 2019 21:06
RT @WeNurses: Ooops we forgot the hashtag !!! #WeNurses #canhappentoanyone #onlyhuman https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1086005237876281344
@WeCYPnurses
17 January 2019 21:07
RT @WeNurses: @WeCYPnurses thanks for joining us - always good to have a CYP perspective :D #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
17 January 2019 21:09
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1086006413137268736
@Jo3_NHS
17 January 2019 21:09
We involve them, listening to their feedback and taking it into account, offering choice, using the best/evidence based care and treatment and acting within guidelines, codes of conduct, policies and legal framework #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1086002721604411392
@LlewellynMorga2
17 January 2019 21:09
@PettiferKelly @SwanseaUni @HumanandHealth Definitely agree with this ??. Good luck to all our potential candidates and future students who are coming to our morning and afternoon selection events #adult #mentalhealth & #child ??for you to join us #WeNurses
@swayoung01
17 January 2019 21:16
RT @AgencyNurse: Found tonights #WeNurses quite challenging ... it's been hard (but useful) to put what i do everyday into words #WeNurses…
@shiv_smith
17 January 2019 21:34
RT @NRCUK: Loving all the #wenurses tweets on "Prioritising people" lot's of nurse passion for this.... but the organisations they work for…
@Karen82813463
17 January 2019 21:35
RT @PUNCadp: @WeNurses There's a saying that a big problem with communication is that we listen to respond not to understand #wenurses




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