#PUNC19 - Monday 7th October 2019 6pm (GMT Standard Time) Unlocking the potential of digital in nursing - Group A

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During the past few years we have seen a huge growth in the use of social media in the healthcare sector yet it was only a short time ago that Ferguson (2013) questioned whether health would start to leverage the potential of social media. The answer, some 5 years on, is still unclear.  

Whilst there are a few social media pioneers there is still a long way to go in unlocking the true potential of social media. There are many who do not see the benefits and still regard it as a social pastime and not as a serious way for nurses to communicate, connect and make a difference to the people they care for. 

Forty-seven per cent of the UK population (Ofcom 2017) uses social media which equates to a large number of nurses potentially already using it in one form or another albeit to connect with friends and relatives. The challenge now is to capitalise on this social phenomena and promote it as a serious communication tool for 21st century nursing. 

One of the best ways to use social media is by combining a combination of platforms. For example sharing YouTube videos via Twitter or discussing blogs on LinkedIn. By having a wide and varied approach to social media nurses can understand the resources available to them and use this to continually develop and enhance their practice and patient care. 

Nurses are making great gains in social media through viral campaigns and highly accessed Twitter chats. They use it to support one another, to professionally develop, to exchange clinical practice and resources, to reflect, to develop their careers and to connect with patient groups. 

Social media is a nursing tool for the digital age as it allows communication on a global scale via a mobile phone that sits in the palm of our hand. With so much information, support, ideas and experience at our fingertips how can we not unlock the potential? 


This tweetchat aims to explore:

  • What are the benefits to nurses in engaging in social media? 
  • What are the benefits to patients when nurses are engaged with social media? 
  • What are the potential challenges to nurses engaging in social media? 
  • What is the potential is there for the use of social media in nursing? 





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@LoyeMia
24 October 2019 11:28
lots of information in tonights tweetchat
@LoyeMia
24 October 2019 11:26
great questions, I learnt a lot from this tweetchat
@bimbotelaPUNC19
18 October 2019 15:28
going through the chat comment a whole lot of resourceful point raised and its worthwhile to listen to people views of what social media in relation to Nursing profession
@JakerousonPUNC
10 October 2019 21:25
lots of really interesting points raised here, definitely going to come in handy for the future.
@puncelise
10 October 2019 17:44
Lots of worthwhile questions and answers, many people seem to have the same opinion on social media and nursing.
@puncadult48
07 October 2019 19:47
I thought tonight's questions were very worthwhile and engaging and it was good to see that many people are on the same wave length with their views of social media




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@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:00
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@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:00
Hello #PUNC19 Group A .... welcome to our second tweetchat Please send us a "Hello" tweet and let us know what you have been up to today https://t.co/KOQFICgUhW
@PUNC19_Leanne
07 October 2019 18:01
Reading an article on the professional conducts among RNs and the use of social media, it has some interesting results from studies conducted around what was private and public … certainly makes you think about your own digit footprint #PUNC19
@PUNCBinu
07 October 2019 18:01
@WePunc Hello #Punc19
@PUNC19george
07 October 2019 18:01
Interesting argument on smart phone usage does could it be easier to break confidentiality or is it worth it to stay connected to patients via a social media phenomenon? #PUNC19
@BonitaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:01
@WePunc Hello #punc19
@Sarahbrookes2
07 October 2019 18:01
@WePunc Hello. Looking forward to tonights chat #punc19
@Lowri_punc19
07 October 2019 18:01
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@ChloeDiment
07 October 2019 18:01
Hello #PUNC19
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07 October 2019 18:01
@WePunc Hello #punc19
@PUNC19_Bria
07 October 2019 18:01
@WePunc Hello #PUNC19
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:01
Hello#PUNC19
@Hollykw2
07 October 2019 18:01
@WePunc Hello! #punc19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:01
@WePunc Hello! Great day at University! Had the first meeting with my tutor which was great! ??#PUNC19
@CharPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:01
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07 October 2019 18:01
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07 October 2019 18:01
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07 October 2019 18:01
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@PUNClovee19
07 October 2019 18:01
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@tracypunc191
07 October 2019 18:01
hellooo #PUNC19
@BonnieGPUNC
07 October 2019 18:02
Always ensure you know the consequences of what you post online as everything is remembered through your digital footprint!! #PUNC19
@MeganChadPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:02
Sara Levati's article on registered nurses use of social media demonstrates that although you may be cautious with you're privacy settings, you're friends on social media may not be as cautious, and this could affect you. #PUNC19
@PUNC19Yona
07 October 2019 18:02
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@brypuncwest
07 October 2019 18:02
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07 October 2019 18:02
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@PUNCmarthalashy
07 October 2019 18:02
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@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:02
@WePunc Hello Anna here have been delivering tutorials for the #NRS410 assignment #PUNC19 I am talked out !
@alex_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:02
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@PUNC19Zoe
07 October 2019 18:02
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@MellissaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:02
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@SophieFxPUNC19x
07 October 2019 18:02
Hello #PUNC19
@PUNC19_Jess
07 October 2019 18:02
@WePunc Hellooo! Today has been full of assignment work & online modules, now this tweet-chat?? #PUNC19
@MiaB_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:02
@BonitaPUNC19 @WePunc Hello #PUNC19
@SophiePPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:02
@WePunc Hey everyone #PUNC19
@HashtagPUNC
07 October 2019 18:02
@WePunc Hello! #PUNC19
@PUNC19Alice
07 October 2019 18:02
Its important to check your privacy setting regularly on social media to make sure there is nothing on your digital footprint. #PUNC19
@PUNC19KatieBH
07 October 2019 18:02
According to Ferguson, C. (2013), despite the widespread use of social media, nursing has been slow to realise the potential for it's application. I would like to part of changing this, encouraging the use of smart technology and SM to enhance nursing practice. #PUNC19
@hannah_punc
07 October 2019 18:02
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@DaisyPunc
07 October 2019 18:02
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@AbigailPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:02
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@PUNC19george
07 October 2019 18:02
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@SophieFxPUNC19x
07 October 2019 18:02
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@PUNC19Chloe447
07 October 2019 18:02
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@RhiannaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:02
@WePunc Hello! Ive been tackling my assignment all day, feeling good about it so far :) #Punc19
@ChristinaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:03
Hello, just got done flat hunting as our landlord gave us a 2 month notice due to house renovations he wants to do! Glad to have this chat to distract me from that! #punc19
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:03
Today has been semi-productive, preparing for new modules and researching for my assignment!#PUNC19
@Lizzie_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:03
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@ChloePunc19
07 October 2019 18:03
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@leah_punc
07 October 2019 18:03
Hello! I've had a productive day completing my literature search for NRS410 and mandatory training #PUNC19
@abiPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:03
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@ChloePunc19
07 October 2019 18:03
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@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:03
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@OliviaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:03
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@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:04
RT @RhiannaPunc19: @WePunc Hello! Ive been tackling my assignment all day, feeling good about it so far :) #Punc19
@Punc19_SophieB
07 October 2019 18:04
@WePunc Hello! I met my personal tutor for the first time today which was great, then worked from home with endless cups of tea, perfect! #Punc19
@PUNCVincent
07 October 2019 18:04
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@ChloePunc19
07 October 2019 18:04
@WePunc Hello ???? #PUNC19
@PUNC19KatieBH
07 October 2019 18:04
@WePunc Hello! Been working through my mammoth to-do list and doing some wider reading on digital footprints :) #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:05
@Punc19_SophieB Good to meet your PT #Punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:05
There are four questions this evening ... over the space to the next hour ... lets get started with QUESTION 1 What are the benefits of social media in nursing? #PUNC19 Group A https://t.co/aLkLDIz2Bv
@Saraah_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:05
Spending some time on Skills for Health today. 6 down, 9 to go ???????... #punc19 https://t.co/SqHLUZcGa1
@PUNC19Slocombe
07 October 2019 18:05
@WePunc hello #punc19
@SaraPUNC191
07 October 2019 18:05
@WePunc I have me sorting out elearning and we learn most of the day today :) #Punc19
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:05
@CharPUNC19 Hello#PUNC19 https://t.co/os8vV57WUM
@PUNC19_jodie
07 October 2019 18:05
I agree with the article by Ferguson et al (2013). The use of social media by key professionals have risks, however it is important that teaching the use of how to use social media effectively can significantly reduce them. #PUNC19
@Hollykw2
07 October 2019 18:06
@WePunc Being informed about what’s going on by other nurses, communication, keeping up to date with news #punc19
@BonitaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:06
@WePunc One of the main benefits of social media in nursing is, it allows you to connect with a range of different colleagues to gain guidance and support with any questions or worries #PUNC19
@puncadult48
07 October 2019 18:06
Helps us to stay up to date much quicker #PUNC19
@MeganChadPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:06
Today I have learnt to become more aware of my digital footprint, but to also post about positive things I am engaging in improve my digital footprint #PUNC19
@abiPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:06
There are a number of different benefits, I think the most important is that you are able to connect with other inspirational individuals to further your personal knowledge ??#PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:06
@BonitaPUNC19 @WePunc I agree with this #punc19 on of the main reasons I use it
@AbigailPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc I think that there are many benefits to nurses/ student nurses that come from using social media. One of the main benefits is being able to learn from one another. #PUNC19
@Sarahbrookes2
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc I think the benefits are how many over nurses use tweeter you can get opins that once you couldn't reach so easily as every country will have a different treatment for a illness #punc19
@Lowri_punc19
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc Engaging with other healthcare professionals and learning the true impact of our digital footprint #Punc19
@Lizzie_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc One benefit of social media in nursing is that nurses are able to share their knowledge on a global network. This means that we can learn and share information #punc19
@SophiePPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc Broadening your horizons, chatting and gaining experience from people not only in different counties but also different countries #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:07
RT @puncadult48: Helps us to stay up to date much quicker #PUNC19
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:07
Sharing of knowledge#PUNC19
@Phoebe_punc19
07 October 2019 18:07
Having a support system who understand you :) #PUNC19
@SophieFxPUNC19x
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc Accessing other knowledgeable professionals within a click #PUNC19
@PUNC19Zoe
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc Building personal and a professional self image. It can help bring people together who are like minded and encourage learning in a different way #PUNC19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc Social media opens numerous opportunities for networking with colleagues in other specialities or locations, this in turn enables the sharing of learning, ideas & best practice without having to travel anywhere! Information/learning is in the palm of your hand! #PUNC19
@PUNC19_Bria
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc Keeping up to date with news daily, connecting with other nurses and health care professionals, and doing so at a cheaper cost #punc19
@bethany_punc
07 October 2019 18:07
Social media and nursing practice is such an interesting article as it shows how important it is for illness’s such as diabetes as there is an app designed to keep track!! #punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:07
@abiPUNC19 You meet some fab professionals on Twitter #punc19
@MellissaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc To stay connected with other profession expanding your knowledge and communication skills #punc19
@PUNCBinu
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc The benefits of this may include reducing anxiety by providing access to experts. Students nurses can communicate. And, nurses can have help in finding jobs. #Punc19
@lucypunc19
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc I think one of the benefits of social media in nursing is you are able to learn from, share ideas with and interact with other nurses that otherwise you would never be able to reach in person #punc19
@MiaB_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:07
@WePunc Being able to connect with other health professionals, great way to share knowledge #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:08
RT @punc_lowri: @WePunc Engaging with other healthcare professionals and learning the true impact of our digital footprint #Punc19
@SaraPUNC191
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc To promote more digital health with in the community for the future:) #punc19
@ChloePunc19
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc Connecting with peers, sharing news, and supporting each other #PUNC19
@Punc19B
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc Hello! I have been busy working on my first assignment today! #punc19
@OliviaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc There are lots of benefits whilst using social media as a student nurse / nurse, I think one of the main things is that we can all learn from one another and share our progression! ????? #punc19
@PUNCmarthalashy
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc Nursing is a tough profession and at times I can imagine we will question what we are doing and maybe feel a little isolated. Social media allows us to feel more connected and we can use it as a support network when we are feeling that way #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:08
@Phoebe_punc19 This is essential #punc19
@PUNC19KatieBH
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc #PUNC19
@PUNClovee19
07 October 2019 18:08
I love that social media offers a support network for nurses too - you can connect with colleagyes and friends !! #PUNC19
@LeanneD16989284
07 October 2019 18:08
Main benefits are to help and support of nurses to other nurses and latest news. Helps nurses with new knowledge and social meetings with nurses #punc19
@hannah_punc
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc Easy access to a wealth of individual’s knowledge, understanding and opinions #punc19
@MeganChadPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:08
I've completed module 3 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2158?token=90dacf0d-f8fa-44ea-af33-fa978a9b369f
@ChristinaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:08
Social media is beneficial to nursing by allowing them to instantly connect to anyone in the world. Whether they are blogging, using Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or any other social media platform, there are people there to talk to. #punc19
@Holliepunc19
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc It allows us to connect with fellow student nurses. It also allows us to share information and opinions that may be useful to other medical professionals #punc19
@PUNC19_Jess
07 October 2019 18:08
@WePunc Forgot the hashtag?????#PUNC19
@Punc19E
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc It proves us with an outlet through which we can connect with other healthcare professionals for personal, emotions and educational reasons ??????? #PUNC19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:09
#PUNC19
@alex_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc Social media is a benefit to nurses and student nurses because they get to connect with other healthcare professionals and learn from share form other healthcare professionals around the world #PUNC19
@brypuncwest
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc Engaging with other student nurses and peer to peer learning #Punc19
@HashtagPUNC
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc Keeping current with changes, updates and to see what your fellow nurses are working on and being involved in. #PUNC19
@LucyLPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc Social media can include clinical education in nursing and can provide up to date news which can easily be accessed #PUNC19
@Punc19Sam
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc Hello! I have been doing some skills and biology (thinking it was a deliberate attempt at avoiding the assignment....) after finishing a 12 hour shift at midnight. #punc19
@ChloeDiment
07 October 2019 18:09
One benefit to using social media is being able to communicate with people worldwide #PUNC19
@Ellapunc19
07 October 2019 18:09
social media allows us to stay unto date with information and allows us to learn new knowledge as nurses to increase our understanding and support our work helping patients #PUNC19
@MetcalfePunc19
07 October 2019 18:09
I think that social media helps us to see other nurses and healthcare professionals opinions about topics. It also gives us the opportunity to express our opinions. We can also use social media to promote best practice.#PUNC19
@DaisyPunc
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc Sharing experience doesn't have to just be within practice. Online via social media we can communicate and offer support #punc19
@ezme_long
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc The benefits are that nurses can expand their knowledge using modern technology which has improved since before! #PUNC19
@bethany_punc
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc Sharing information with other health care professionals and truly learn from each other and to give the best health care #PUNC19
@PUNC19Chloe447
07 October 2019 18:09
@PUNC19_KtDods Using social media as a nurse allows professionals to learn from each other based on the latest, most recent evidence and therefore improve the care they can give to their patients. #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:09
@PUNC19_Jess @WePunc easily done #punc19
@Punc19_MMacLeod
07 October 2019 18:09
It will enable other healthcare professionals to connect for educational reasons and help provide support for nurses. It will enable us to learn about digital footprint. #punc19
@Punc19B
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc It allows you to stay connected with people that are going through the same things as you #punc19
@ezme_long
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc Hi!! #PUNC19
@RhiannaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:09
@WePunc I think the benefits in social media in nursing are that it allows you to connect with fellow nurses where you can share your experiences and knowledge. #punc19
@Punc19_SophieB
07 October 2019 18:10
@WePunc Social media is really beneficial for nurses as it is a facilitator for professional networking, peer learning and a creates a community of support for nurses and student nurses and other professionals #Punc19
@PUNC19_Leanne
07 October 2019 18:10
I've completed module 3 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2158?token=b56f57bf-9528-4bc3-b058-9f2901a1b230
@PUNC19george
07 October 2019 18:10
Social media means nurses can connect with a global network of people who all share a wealth of knowledge and that information is free and a click away #PUNC19
@GwenWPunc19
07 October 2019 18:10
@WePunc Social media enables professionals to connect and discuss implications to practice and share thoughts surrounding healthcare topics #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:10
@brypuncwest Peer learning is so important and often fills in the gaps in knowledge #punc19
@Punc19E
07 October 2019 18:10
@WePunc It provides us with an outlet through which we can connect with other healthcare professionals for personal, emotions and educational reasons ??????? #PUNC19
@HannahLPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:11
@WePunc The main benefit would be being able to communicate with other nurses/those in the medical profession. These people may be students similar to us or they could be registered professionals passing down knowledge!?? #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:11
@Punc19B A unique support network #punc19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:11
@MayPunc @WePunc Love this way of describing it! #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:11
Some great points being shared #PUNC19
@Olivia2019PUNC
07 October 2019 18:12
@WePunc Get to learn from other people and share your view #punc19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:13
Absolutely- fab benefit #punc19 https://twitter.com/hannahlpunc19/status/1181255703400501248
@PUNCCW
07 October 2019 18:13
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: Absolutely- fab benefit #punc19 https://twitter.com/hannahlpunc19/status/1181255703400501248
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:13
Yes indeed #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/punc19_sophieb/status/1181255402887041027
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:13
Lots of fab answers which means that our new #punc19 are getting it and are going to become digitally proficient
@MetcalfePunc19
07 October 2019 18:13
Social media is beneficial to student nurses as well as we can learn from Registered nurses and each others experiences. #PUNC19
@Lizzie_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:13
RT @Anna_Chick: Lots of fab answers which means that our new #punc19 are getting it and are going to become digitally proficient
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:13
Go Team #PUNC19 ???????? https://twitter.com/Anna_Chick/status/1181256224152735744
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:14
Yes indeed ... making global connections is brilliant #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/chloediment/status/1181255213090521088
@Punc19Sam
07 October 2019 18:14
@WePunc The benefits of social media in nursing include; staying up to date with available resources, connecting with and supporting other students and health care professionals, sharing new information which may be beneficial for practise, and to engage with patient groups. #punc19
@Holliepunc19
07 October 2019 18:14
RT @AliceNiamhPUNC: Go Team #PUNC19 ???????? https://twitter.com/Anna_Chick/status/1181256224152735744
@Punc19B
07 October 2019 18:14
@WePunc Exactly! It can be so useful to learn form each other’s experiences and support each other through hard times #punc19
@MiaB_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:14
@HannahLPUNC19 @WePunc Totally agree with you ?? #PUNC19
@punc19paige
07 October 2019 18:14
@WePunc Sharing experiences and having the opportunity to ask for help with no judgement #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:14
Just in case you missed it #punc19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181254162778071041
@Punc19M
07 October 2019 18:14
@WePunc Hearing about other peoples experiences and learning from each other #punc19
@punclouisa
07 October 2019 18:15
I will take care of my digital footprint by checking all of my privacy settings and ensuring that the things I post are appropriate #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:15
QUESTION 2 What are the benefits to patients when nurses and student nurses are engaged with social media? #PUNC19 Group A https://t.co/OmVVqoCrvj
@PUNC_amberjacks
07 October 2019 18:15
Hello! Just joined the chat #PUNC19
@tracypunc191
07 October 2019 18:15
@AliceNiamhPUNC its sinking in #punc19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:15
Yes and other people can be healthcare professionals, patients or passing members of the public... all really fab to learn from #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/punc19m/status/1181256534958981121
@MeganPunc19
07 October 2019 18:16
@WePunc You can learn from each other! More experienced nurses can share knowledge and new student nurses might have fresh ideas! #PUNC19
@slongPUNC
07 October 2019 18:16
#punc19 its will be good to reach out for advice and support.
@Olivia2019PUNC
07 October 2019 18:16
@WePunc They get to keep up to date with latest research and propels ideas #punc19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:16
Question 2 for you >> #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181256690844540928
@brypuncwest
07 October 2019 18:16
@WePunc Sharing of information via groups chat and information searches #Punc19
@DaisyPunc
07 October 2019 18:16
@WePunc Patients benefit from better practice by nurses which stems from the support and education that social media can provide #punc19
@Hollykw2
07 October 2019 18:16
@WePunc having a professional who is up to date on all the latest technology, means they may have a wider variety of knowledge so that they can support the patient effectively. #punc19
@PUNC19_Bria
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc A wider range of opinions and replies, it’s not always one size fits all, and a quicker reply too #punc19
@PUNCElsHockings
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc One benefit of social media in nursing is that we can share information, and connect with other nurses to gain knowledge #PUNC19
@LilyMaiPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc Their knowledge is widened which can be used in practice #PUNC19
@OliviaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc I think that nurses / student nurses engaging on social media can expand their knowledge on certain topics as you can learn from professionals around the world ?? #punc19
@Punc19M
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc Knowing the latest news and being able to talk about it together #punc19
@puncadult48
07 October 2019 18:17
Means that the patient gets the most up to date information or treatment available at the time #PUNC19
@SaraPUNC191
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc Benefits are patients can be kept updated with groups which may be running as well as being able to access the correct information from nurses with out having to visit a gp #punc19
@DurlingLucy
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc We can all benefit from each other’s knowledge #PUNC19
@PUNClovee19
07 October 2019 18:17
I think all patients want most is someone to hear them and empathise with them ! Reaching out to nurses on social media allows them comfort instantly #PUNC19
@MiaB_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc Expert or specialist knowledge shared, Good safe practice promoted, great discussions between patients and healthcare workers to improve services #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:17
Some good follows for this include @CochraneUK and @NIHRresearch #punc19 https://twitter.com/olivia2019punc/status/1181256974429822985
@BonitaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc Patients are able to receive information from a range of people with different expertise. Furthermore any information given will be relevant and up to date. #PUNC19
@ChristinaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:17
Also the fact that networking has never been easier! Everyone can share info & learning is capable through everyones fingertips. It allows nurses to talk to someone local or across the world, social media brings individuals together & distance is no longer a issue. #punc19
@GwenWPunc19
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc Nurses will be able to pass on their knowledge and skills to the students, sharing experiences and tips on how to be a professional and how to act when under pressure #punc19
@PUNC19Chloe447
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc The care delivered to patients will be at a higher standard because nurses will have learned new ideas from other professionals experiences, due to engaging with social media. #PUNC19
@SophiePPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:17
@WePunc Keeping upto date with new ideas/research and suggesting to patients new ways to find support through online support groups etc. #PUNC19
@PUNC19george
07 October 2019 18:17
In a weird way does nurses using social media just another example to patients that the medical profession is constantly updating itself and keeping up with the changing technology? #PUNC19
@bethany_punc
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc It’s really good to have all the latest knowledge and understanding of all the new research #PUNC19
@ChloePunc19
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc Everyone is learning from each other- gaining extra knowledge and experience provides a positive impact on patient care #PUNC19
@HannahLPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc Patients will benefit when under care by a student nurse (or even a registered nurse) because they can come onto this platform and gain knowledge from others that they may not have known before?? #PUNC19
@slongPUNC
07 October 2019 18:18
The benefits will be finding information or ways of treating the patient better and quicker #punc19
@PUNC19KatieBH
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc For patients it is important that we are engaged with social media because they can keep themselves informed about current healthcare news, research, education and any other relevant information that nurses or student nurses choose to share. #PUNC19
@Sarahbrookes2
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc I also like the fact that by using #punc19 we can see tweets from Plymouth, Exeter and Truro students
@Punc19Sam
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc We as students/nurses can keep up to date of which practises are best for service users. We may gain more knowledge about what service users expect from us/service. It is a platform where we can learn and grow, which will benefit us and the service users we meet. #punc19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc The sharing of knowledge gained from social media may inform the way patients are treated for the better & may get questions answered quickly (& expertly!). Nurses can link patients to social media groups with similar conditions so they have a support network. #PUNC19
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:18
Social media can simplify and enhance care. There are great online tools that can help patients to understand and manage their conditions, engage in peer support and reduce isolation.#PUNC19
@Punc19B
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc Nurses actively using social media should result in better educated nurses meaning better patient care #punc19
@PUNCBinu
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc Social, when used by nurses, helped to be effective for patients to get engaged(WPE) like in Care opinion for feedbacks or to understand any health/allied information, more improvement in their life. #Punc19
@abiPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:18
I think it allows new research to be put in place within health and social care settings which may support individuals where other procedures may not have done ? #PUNC19
@ShannonwPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:18
‘Social media and nursing practice: Changing the balance between the social and technical aspects of work’ by Casella et al (2014) Very interesting read and outlines how social media can be incorporated into nursing. #PUNC19 #digitalprofessionalism
@Lowri_punc19
07 October 2019 18:18
@WePunc We can communicate with other Nurses that aren't in our trust area and therefore expand our knowledge. This helps the patient as we are more knowledgeable and can improve our care. #PUNC19
@RhiannaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:19
@WePunc Allows us to share information and answer any queries we may have relating to the patients diagnosis if we are unsure. #Punc19
@PUNC19Yona
07 October 2019 18:19
Patients can have understanding of the work develop by nurses and students nurses. Patience can also contribute by giving they opinion and experiences and how they think nurses and future nurses can improve the quality of care in the future. #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/WePunc/status/1181256690844540928
@PUNC19Slocombe
07 October 2019 18:19
@WeLearnOutLoud nurses and nursing students can show individuals online support groups if they have limited access, keeps people up to date with information and also gives people a safe environment to ask questions. #punc19
@melina78693161
07 October 2019 18:19
Great to be learning out loud via #PUNC19
@tracypunc191
07 October 2019 18:19
@WePunc Shows networking skills , Health promotion and providing additional support advice and help #punc19
@mollygriggs8
07 October 2019 18:19
@WePunc Support and education through social media can make a nurses practice more effective and keep them up to date with new technologies. This can ensure that the patient gets the most out of their care for the nurse! #PUNC19
@PUNC_mollyak
07 October 2019 18:19
It's important to be aware of your digital footprint because it can be seen by potential future employers. To take care of my footprint I will look through my social media every now and then and reflect on what I have posted. #punc19
@Punc19_MMacLeod
07 October 2019 18:19
Patients can be kept updated on information from the industry and nurses can share the knowledge and understanding of there profession #punc19
@Holliepunc19
07 October 2019 18:19
@WePunc It allows them to keep up to date with information and research from a range of healthcare professionals. We can all benefit from each others knowledge #punc19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:19
#PUNC19
@LeanneD16989284
07 October 2019 18:19
q2 We can share experiences and with that we can improve services to patients! as sometimes we will be the patients so we can share our experience as a patient and put it into practice. #punc19
@MiarosePunk
07 October 2019 18:20
Read this interesting article proposed by Ferguson, C. (2013) It's time for the nursing profession to leverage social media. It is important for nurses to understand the benefits of using social media within their career. #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:20
RT @tracypunc191: @WePunc Shows networking skills , Health promotion and providing additional support advice and help #punc19
@hannah_punc
07 October 2019 18:20
Healthier, calmer, more clued in and more supported nurses will improve quality of patient care #punc19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181256690844540928
@Olivia2019PUNC
07 October 2019 18:20
@WePunc Everyone can learn from each other by students nurses bringing some new ideas, for example, how to improve something and experienced nurses can share their knowledge and experience #punc19
@alex_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:20
@WePunc You can learn from other nurses and put what you have learnt from other nurses on social media into practice and improve patients care and have wider patient engagement and promote health via social media so you can reach more patients #PUNC19
@Punc19_SophieB
07 October 2019 18:20
@WePunc Knowledge is power! When nurses and student nurses are engaged with social media it enables a wealth of knowledge to be shared and absorbed which positively impacts care and the patients experience #Punc19
@lucypunc19
07 October 2019 18:20
@WePunc Patients benefit by being treated by knowledgeable, upto date, well supported Nurses who understand patient concerns because they are keeping in touch with other nurses and discussing patient concerns/needs and discussing how to overcome/achieve them. #punc19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:20
It’s great isn’t it :) #punc19 https://twitter.com/sarahbrookes2/status/1181257541491335168
@SophieFxPUNC19x
07 October 2019 18:20
@WePunc Keeping up to date with other healthcare workers around the world. Sharing knowledge, updated procedures and new treatments #PUNC19
@PUNC19_Jess
07 October 2019 18:20
@WePunc 1. Social media is public- so positivity within the nursing community may been seen from members of the public- acting as a reminder that we do care 2. Nurses can support other nurses, we can learn to be better with the help from others??#PUNC19
@MellissaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:20
@WePunc By sharing and communicating people experiences and knowledge could give each other new ideas or better understanding #punc19
@ezme_long
07 October 2019 18:21
@WePunc More efficient care by nurses #PUNC19
@JnrPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:21
@WePunc I believe the social media is a very fast way of passing information around, so health professionals can assist each order in order to get better patient satisfaction. #PUNC19
@Ellapunc19
07 October 2019 18:21
patients benefit from student nurses who are on a digital media platform as us nurses can gain more information about new treatments, approaches and medicines from one another which will help support the patient in a health care setting #PUNC19
@MeganPunc19
07 October 2019 18:21
Totally agree! #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:21
Well said and lots of support groups look at hashtags like #gbdoc #getyourbellyout #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/hannahreardon4/status/1181257555970068481
@MetcalfePunc19
07 October 2019 18:22
The benefits to patients would be that if healthcare professionals are sharing experiences and sharing best practice then this will conclude in better patient outcomes.#PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:22
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: Well said and lots of support groups look at hashtags like #gbdoc #getyourbellyout #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/hannahreardon4/status/1181257555970068481
@ChristinaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:22
Social media can benefit patients since most individuals use the internet for health information. Now anyone can reach a large audience through posts. They want health info and nurses can assist with that. Everyone can correspond at their own convenience #punc19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:22
Nicely said ... yes we can ... listening is vital here #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/holliepunc19/status/1181257791807336450
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:22
RT @hannah_punc: Healthier, calmer, more clued in and more supported nurses will improve quality of patient care #punc19 https://t.co/8ElEU…
@Punc19E
07 October 2019 18:22
@WePunc Keeping up to date with the latest news, expanding our knowledge which can have a positive effect on them #PUNC19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:23
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: Well said and lots of support groups look at hashtags like #gbdoc #getyourbellyout #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/hannahreardon4/status/1181257555970068481
@PUNC_mollyak
07 October 2019 18:23
Going through the WeLearn steps and now reflecting on the article that I recently read on self identity on the internet and found it interesting to think of the different ways people portray themselves online vs in real life #punc19
@PUNCVincent
07 October 2019 18:23
@WePunc It allows patients to be informed without having to travel or engage in face to face interactions they may not be comfortable with #PUNC19
@JnrPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:23
I strongly agree #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/PUNC19_Jess/status/1181258077326249985
@Punc19Sam
07 October 2019 18:23
@SaraPUNC191 @WePunc It would be amazing if more services used social media in order to keep service users up to date and also share information like self care and coping techniques while they are either on waiting lists, or just want more resources to manage at home. #punc19
@ShannonPunc19
07 October 2019 18:23
@WePunc Nurses and student nurses being engaged with social media means their knowledge and understanding is expanded and keeping up to date with the newest technologies is very beneficial??#punc19
@PUNC19_Bria
07 October 2019 18:23
An interesting read on the involvement of public participation into research #PUNC19 https://whichmeamitoday.wordpress.com/2018/01/18/a-day-meeting-students-at-bradford-uni/
@JnrPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:24
True #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/PUNC19Chloe447/status/1181257310401904640
@CharPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:24
I can't see my tweet :( #PUNC19
@JnrPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:25
RT @PUNC19_Bria: @WePunc A wider range of opinions and replies, it’s not always one size fits all, and a quicker reply too #punc19
@HashtagPUNC
07 October 2019 18:25
@WePunc Valuable knowledge, tips and advice shared between students nurses and nurses, will have an overall positive impact on patients. #PUNC19
@melina78693161
07 October 2019 18:26
@hannah_punc @WeLearnOutLoud It enable people to share information and ideas and will be able to interact with each other. #PUNC19
@punclouisa
07 October 2019 18:26
It's interesting to learn how you could use social media to your advantage and define yourself professionally #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:26
@CharPUNC19 We can see you ... coming through loud and clear #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:26
RT @TaiyeJunior: I strongly agree #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/PUNC19_Jess/status/1181258077326249985
@JnrPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:26
I agree ??. Good thinking #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/MeganPunc19/status/1181256906494615556
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:26
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: Nicely said ... yes we can ... listening is vital here #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/holliepunc19/status/1181257791807336450
@ParisEley1
07 October 2019 18:26
@WePunc Allowing professionals to discuss issues and able to talk about their feelings from day to day as well as promoting a professional environment #PUNC19
@SophieFxPUNC19x
07 October 2019 18:27
@Sarahbrookes2 @WePunc I agree, sharing knowledge worldwide would improve patient care for sure #PUNC19
@PUNCclarasmith
07 October 2019 18:27
Social media allows us to share our findings and communicate with different nurses all over the world. It broadens our knowledge and is a great way to chat with others!??????? #PUNC19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:27
So encouraging to see so many comments about supporting each other as nurses ?? proud to be part of #PUNC19 and in future practicing alongside these supportive nurses! https://twitter.com/PUNC19_Jess/status/1181258077326249985
@PUNC19_VCliff
07 October 2019 18:27
Settling down before I join the tweetchat later #PUNC19 https://t.co/CLXhdU8KNQ
@RhiannaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:28
Feel like I've been glued to my laptop today, definitely in need of a bit of RnR this evening. #punc19
@MiaB_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:28
@Holliepunc19 @WePunc Very true, this would positively impact patient care #PUNC19
@brypuncwest
07 October 2019 18:28
RT @punc_lowri: @WePunc Engaging with other healthcare professionals and learning the true impact of our digital footprint #Punc19
@PUNCclarasmith
07 October 2019 18:28
@WePunc Great way to communicate with other nurses all around the world! Sharing research and findings everyday #PUNC19
@ParisEley1
07 October 2019 18:28
@WePunc By helping them with up-to-date news on healthcare and understanding more about today's national health service #PUNC19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:29
If patients see us sharing our experiences it may encourage and help them share theirs too. We are role models ?? #PUNC19
@Sarahbrookes2
07 October 2019 18:29
@WePunc It's interesting to see everyone replies and gain more views and experiences on the different matters #punc19
@MeganPunc19
07 October 2019 18:30
I like this idea! #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/PUNC19_KtDods/status/1181260199929225221
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:30
RT @MeganPunc19: I like this idea! #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/PUNC19_KtDods/status/1181260199929225221
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:30
QUESTION 3 What are the potential challenges of engaging in social media ? #PUNC19 Group A https://t.co/rTSA9ywYlO
@JnrPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:31
@WePunc Data theft #PUNC19
@HannahLPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:31
@WePunc Although it can be very useful for gaining knowledge, some people may not agree with eachother causing conflict. This may end up in unkind encounters on social media which could affect your nursing career???? #PUNC19
@bethany_punc
07 October 2019 18:31
@WePunc Making sure that privacy settings are always correct and not posting anything which is not appropriate #PUNC19
@ParisEley1
07 October 2019 18:31
@WePunc Confidentiality and discrimination could be a big impact for nursing on social media #PUNC19
@Benjami_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:31
@WePunc It gives are a visible and professional profile that patients can engage in. #punc19
@punclouisa
07 October 2019 18:31
I have been learning about digital footprints and their importance when maintaining professionalism online. #PUNC19 https://t.co/dG0F3xI8Dm
@BonitaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:31
@WePunc Communicating on social media can often confuse people on the intended meaning of things. This could increase the likelihood of offence being taken online. #PUNC19
@MeganPunc19
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc There are so many! Data theft is probably most common! But things like disclosing too much information about a certain subject could also occur! #PUNC19
@PUNC19Slocombe
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc staying professional and safe in social media. #punc19
@ezme_long
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc Confidentiality and technology issues!! #PUNC19
@LucyLPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc Security and confidentiality issues for patients and staff #PUNC19
@DaisyPunc
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc Engaging in social media has risks if not used correctly/professionally. Sometimes people can share too much or there is also the issue of a clash in opinions #punc19
@brypuncwest
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc Different opinions, negative comments against nurses and the NHS #Punc19
@CharPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:32
#punc19 to stay professional at all times. Sometimes it's easy to forget you are representing nurses everywhere!
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:32
RT @PUNC19Slocombe: @WePunc staying professional and safe in social media. #punc19
@AbigailPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc Some people may not know how to use some social media sites and therefore may find it hard to engage. Also you need to make sure that everything you post is thought about and digitally professional, if not this could be an issue! #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:32
RT @ParisEley1: @WePunc Confidentiality and discrimination could be a big impact for nursing on social media #PUNC19
@puncadult48
07 October 2019 18:32
Giving the wrong information being very careful what you say and to whom checking your digital footprint and using information in the right way #PUNC19
@RhiannaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc Sharing something that causes conflict unintentionally #punc19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc Fear of using it wrong, breaking rules/policy. Not understanding how to use it to its full benefit. Not having the confidence to explain its benefits to colleagues if questioned on why it's being used. #PUNC19
@Lizzie_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc Some nurses, especially those that have worked for a long time, may find it hard to get to grips with the new technology that is coming into force. this means they may not fully understand how to use social media efficiently #PUNC19
@Hollykw2
07 October 2019 18:32
@WePunc It could be difficult ensuring that confidentiality is maintained at all times and that you are staying safe online, privacy for both the staff member and patients could be compromised if any mistakes are made and once something is online it cannot be deleted #punc19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:33
RT @bethany_punc: @WePunc Making sure that privacy settings are always correct and not posting anything which is not appropriate #PUNC19
@Holliepunc19
07 October 2019 18:33
RT @PUNC19Slocombe: @WePunc staying professional and safe in social media. #punc19
@DurlingLucy
07 October 2019 18:33
@WePunc Keeping your privacy #PUNC19
@GwenWPunc19
07 October 2019 18:33
@WePunc Sharing too much information about personal matters, therefore becoming less confidential and less professional #punc19
@PUNCBinu
07 October 2019 18:33
RT @bethany_punc: @WePunc Making sure that privacy settings are always correct and not posting anything which is not appropriate #PUNC19
@LeanneD16989284
07 October 2019 18:33
Guess like any social media bullying, negative comments, not really being able to escape if become too involve and making it be all and end all rather then engaging face to face #punc19
@PUNC19Yona
07 October 2019 18:33
Engaging with social media can also bring different opinion which can cause debates which can be wrongly interpreted. #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/WePunc/status/1181260527185596423
@SophiePPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:33
@WePunc Social media is predominantly used for personal pages, we need to either keep our personal and professional pages separate or combined but in line with the NMC guidelines. #PUNC19
@PUNC19_Bria
07 October 2019 18:33
@WePunc It could be challenging to remain confidential and also combine a professional profile with a personal profile #punc19
@Lowri_punc19
07 October 2019 18:33
@WePunc Remaining professional even when you don't agree with something, explaining your views in an appropriate manner to eliminate conflict. Confidentiality is SO important, never disclose information online. #PUNC19
@Punc19B
07 October 2019 18:33
@WePunc People using your own content against you, so important to check that what you post fits with the NMC social media code #punc19
@MeganPunc19
07 October 2019 18:33
@WePunc The way people type can be interpreted in different ways by different people! You might think you are being digitally professional but someone else might disagree! #PUNC19
@Sarahbrookes2
07 October 2019 18:33
@WePunc The polices at different companies or trust may be very different. E.g. I volunteer with the air cadets were we have a strict police on how to use social media with cadets were at my husband work in a school there police is it is not to be used at all. #punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:33
@PUNC19Yona How can that be prevented ? #punc19
@ChristinaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:33
The potential disadvantages in nursing through social media is the risk of inaccurate information becoming a "fact" is common. A person should only share or repeat what they themselves have thoroughly researched and confirmed as accurate #PUNC19
@PUNClovee19
07 October 2019 18:33
What happens on Twitter does not stay on Twitter!!! Once it's out there you can't take it back and it can change how people perceive you - sometimes at a detriment to you #PUNC19
@PUNC19george
07 October 2019 18:33
It's so easy to say 1 think that 1 person doesn't like and then it blows up! #PUNC19
@MiaB_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:34
@WePunc Negative digital footprint and confidentiality breach I’d say are potential challenges #PUNC19
@Ellapunc19
07 October 2019 18:34
Social media can cause some challenges between nurses if there is conflict between opinions, data protection protocols and confidentiality #PUNC19
@Punc19E
07 October 2019 18:34
@WePunc People’s opinions #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:34
@LeanneD16989284 Good points #punc19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:34
Distinguishing between fiction and fact. #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/WePunc/status/1181260527185596423
@PUNC_mollyak
07 October 2019 18:34
Reading the article by Caleb Ferguson shows that social media is an invaluable tool and as long as it is used in a professional and respectful manner it will remain that way. #punc19
@PUNC19george
07 October 2019 18:34
RT @PUNC19_KtDods: Distinguishing between fiction and fact. #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/WePunc/status/1181260527185596423
@PUNCmarthalashy
07 October 2019 18:34
@WePunc As great as social media is, sometimes things written online can be misconstrued. So it's important to make sure things are written clearly and concisely to avoid any unnecessary conflict #PUNC19
@Lowri_punc19
07 October 2019 18:34
@CharPUNC19 go on 'tweets and replies' on your profile and you'll see it! #punc19
@lucypunc19
07 October 2019 18:34
@WePunc Potential challenges could include making sure you engage with others in a professional manner and making sure you engage with the right people and research any facts or opinions from others before you share them yourself to verify them. #punc19
@PUNC19_Jess
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc - The fear of judgement/ nerves about opening up to others online, I know at the start of this module this was a MASSIVE concern of mine (however, I've overcome that now) - Potential of conflict of views, some may become defensive/ unkind towards others #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:35
A reminder of question 3 #punc19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181260527185596423
@mollygriggs8
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc Not disclosing too much information about yourself can be a big challenge whilst engaging in social media #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:35
@Lizzie_PUNC19 Good point how do you think you could help with this as a student #punc19
@PUNC19KatieBH
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc Always keeping confidentiality at the forefront of our minds and triple checking posts to ensure they are definitely appropriate. #PUNC19
@PUNC_Ellen
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc Not everyone likes to use social media or has access to it#PUNC19
@Sarahbrookes2
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc Also it can be used unprofessional and become a hazard rather than a platform for research. #punc19
@Punc19_MMacLeod
07 October 2019 18:35
Confidentially could be broken #punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:35
RT @CharPUNC19: #punc19 to stay professional at all times. Sometimes it's easy to forget you are representing nurses everywhere!
@Punc19M
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc Even if you think you are following the NMC code, there may be a time where you accidentally slip up without even realising and other people may not like that this has happened. This is why you've got to be really careful with what you share and do online #punc19
@OliviaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc I think some of the challenges could include a breach in confidentiality and possible issues when using technology e.g a technical error #punc19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:35
And how can we ensure that we do ?? #punc19 https://twitter.com/punc19_ktdods/status/1181261486318133254
@SaraPUNC191
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc Fear of someone reading a comment in the wrong manner to what was ment #punc19
@alex_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc The potential challenges are that you need to be professional while using social media professionally. For example you could fall into the trap of making it personal or talking about one of your patients which is is confidential and shouldn’t post about those things #PUNC19
@PUNC19Yona
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc I believe by staying impartial to an open opinion and considering other peoples point of view, always having in mind the NMC code #PUNC19
@ChloePunc19
07 October 2019 18:35
@WePunc There are so many challenges that can occur using social media, one of which is messages being misread and the meaning being misconstrued- this can cause conflict. Another is being careful with what is being posted and being respectful #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:36
@Punc19_MMacLeod How could you prevent that? #punc19
@MetcalfePunc19
07 October 2019 18:36
The challenges to social media are that if we aren’t careful then we could seem unprofessional. This could impact patient care as if they look you up and see unprofessionalism then there may be a lack of trust from the patient. #PUNC19
@Punc19_SophieB
07 October 2019 18:36
@WePunc Whilst social media can be hugely beneficial to student nurses, it is important to think before you write so that you don’t damage your professional image, or oppose the NMC code #Punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:36
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: A reminder of question 3 #punc19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181260527185596423
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:36
How do we ensure that it isn’t ? #punc19 https://twitter.com/punc19_mmacleod/status/1181261702492561409
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:36
@PUNC19_Jess Am pleased about that we have done our job #punc19
@tracypunc191
07 October 2019 18:36
@WePunc Not to see it as a social pastime , keep it a professional way to communicate to minimise confrontation and missuse #punc19
@Lowri_punc19
07 October 2019 18:36
@SaraPUNC191 @WePunc yes to this !!! It's so much easier to get the wrong end of the stick and retaliate online than in person #punc19
@MellissaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:36
@WePunc Privacy setting and confidentiality #punc19
@Punc19Sam
07 October 2019 18:37
@WePunc Ferguson (2013) discussed privacy, confidentiality and sensitivity as concerns. This could be the privacy of the health care worker, confidentiality when reflecting on practise and that what you post may help someone, but also upset another. #punc19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:37
Great and important point ... always worth asking someone to clarify what they said ... remember social media is a conversation #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/sarapunc191/status/1181261818205032448
@SophieFxPUNC19x
07 October 2019 18:37
Confidentiality is a major challenge. When sharing valuable knowledge there could easily be a breach of confidentiality. Its important to remember who can see and read what you are discussing and maintain professionalism #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:37
@punc_lowri @SaraPUNC191 Good point #punc19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:37
@WeLearnOutLoud Also don’t be afraid to ask others on social media #PUNC19
@Benjami_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:38
@WePunc Nurse like all people make mistakes. However, on social media once something is sent it is there for the whole world to see and can be copied. That is why it is important for students to think carefully before posting. Is what I'm stating evidence-based? #punc19
@punc19natalia
07 October 2019 18:38
@WePunc Be able to share your experience and be able to learn from others. That will help you extend your knowledge as a student nurse #punc19
@HashtagPUNC
07 October 2019 18:38
@WePunc Talking about experiences and situations. You must be extra careful to make sure you remain professional at all times. #punc19
@hannah_punc
07 October 2019 18:38
Accidently creating a negative digital footprint that can then not be reversed. #punc19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181260527185596423
@melina78693161
07 October 2019 18:38
@WeLearnOutLoud Sometimes the opinions or posting something might come under false sense and could be a problem. #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:38
#punc19 rain rain go away ?? https://t.co/aQR9jHzHLx
@KatePUNC19
07 October 2019 18:39
Making sure my digital footprint is a positive one! #PUNC19
@LilyMaiPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:39
@WePunc Digital footprint...everything you do is visible to future employees, everything you post can be traced and found by your future or current patients/employers #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:39
@Benjami_PUNC19 @WePunc Whenever we are unsure we pose the tweet as a question rather than a statement ... that way it invites discussion and often experts comment #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:39
@hannah_punc How would you prevent this happening #punc19
@PUNC19_VCliff
07 October 2019 18:39
Reading about social media and nursing practice and thinking about how we are coming into nursing in a time where social media is becoming larger - and how in a way we are leading how social media should be used professionally #PUNC19
@MiaB_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:39
@PUNC19_Jess @WePunc I agree, a conflict of views is something that worries me #PUNC19
@ShannonPunc19
07 October 2019 18:39
@WePunc Unrealistic expectations and some people may have different opinions which may cause conflict #punc19
@Punc19Sam
07 October 2019 18:40
@WePunc I also assume that most services have banned social media use in the work place, so would mean nurses doing extra time in order to maintain these platforms if used in a professional capacity (sharing resources). #punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:40
@PUNC19_VCliff Absolutely #punc19
@DiverseLearners
07 October 2019 18:40
A1 I wrote about the benefits of twitter for nursing students in @NurseStandard in 2016 called Twitter a great medium for learning and debate #PUNC19 (remembered the hashtag this time) https://t.co/SzyoZf0xR0
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:40
Breaches of patient confidentiality or privacy on social media, whether intentional or inadvertent can occur through videos, messages and descriptions of individuals and this could potentially lead to complaints or even legal proceedings #PUNC19
@PUNC19Zoe
07 October 2019 18:41
@WePunc Remaining professional at all times, it is sometimes hard to stop and think before writing down but it is integral to do so #PUNC19
@Helen_PUNC
07 October 2019 18:41
I've completed module 3 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2158?token=3e634f06-0602-4c0e-a6e8-45ca07b91f15
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:41
@MiaB_PUNC19 @PUNC19_Jess @WePunc You can disagree on social media ... just disagree with respect ... blog post here in kindly disagreeing > http://teresachinn.co.uk/kindly-disagreeing/ #Punc19
@punc19paige
07 October 2019 18:41
@WePunc Nurses can learn from other nurses experiences which makes them more prepared in practise #punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:41
@DiverseLearners @NurseStandard Thanks for the info Kerry #punc19
@punc19natalia
07 October 2019 18:41
@WePunc One of the biggest challenges a nurse will have on social media is misunderstanding, which can cause a lot of stress and problems #punc19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:41
@hannah_punc This can be a little scary as what you tweet goes out there so quickly. These tweetchats are good practice to help us think before we tweet. #PUNC19
@PUNC19Laura
07 October 2019 18:41
Social media has evolved to become a big part of daily life. As St Nurses, we need to embrace these changes and be leaders in positive social media usage #punc19
@Punc19Sam
07 October 2019 18:42
@Punc19M @WePunc We have to acknowledge we are all human, we all have bad days, and just to find the right outlet for our frustrations rather than using social media as our "venting station". As well as accessing clinical supervision for more sensitive subjects. #punc19
@PUNC19KatieBH
07 October 2019 18:42
'I did not come into nursing for the money or for the promotion, I came into nursing to make a difference.' https://diaryofthestudentnurse.co.uk/2018/05/01/why-do-i-want-to-become-a-nurse/ #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:43
@WeLearnOutLoud @MiaB_PUNC19 @PUNC19_Jess @WePunc Great advice here #punc19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:43
@PUNC19Laura Very exciting thought, agreed! #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:43
@MiaB_PUNC19 @PUNC19_Jess @WePunc Also follow people like @maxwele2 @ProfJuneG @alisonleary1 all of who are great role models at challenging yet doing it respectfully #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:44
@punc19natalia @WePunc So how do we overcome this #punc19
@PUNC19Chloe447
07 October 2019 18:44
@WeLearnOutLoud @WePunc A challenge of engaging in social media is that we need to stay professional online, particularly as we can tend to form our own opinions on topics. We need to ensure we keep an open mind to other professional's ideas and consider them in practice. #PUNC19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:45
Love the Ferguson et al (2013) article! 'We must harness new technology & learn to deal with the complexities, not focus on the problems. SM are not a 1-way avenue for a stream of information, but a 2-way engaging process that allows for feedback/criticism & conversation' #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:45
And finally - QUESTION 4 What is the potential for social media in nursing? #PUNC19 Group A https://t.co/A2qXefWcFs
@Rozza_punc19
07 October 2019 18:45
@WePunc cyber bulling #punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:46
@Rozza32731637 I think that this has put nurses off engaging with social media #punc19
@IfeomaUdeagwu
07 October 2019 18:46
I've completed module 3 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2158?token=93d73596-8d31-4023-bb7e-bccb52c11e34
@CharPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:46
#PUNC19 I don't think I understand the question
@IfeomaUdeagwu
07 October 2019 18:46
I've completed module 3 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2158?token=0a37e3b0-8853-414a-b3d7-cbb1e3540b86
@punc19natalia
07 October 2019 18:47
@Anna_Chick @WePunc It’s always important to think before you post anything but also maybe when you do post try and make it really clear so everyone understands? ?? #punc19
@BonitaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:47
@WePunc Lots of potential as it allows nurses to network with lots of different people, from all specialisms. #PUNC19
@ParisEley1
07 October 2019 18:47
@WePunc The benefits of Twitter to nurses include receiving support from other nurses and healthcare professionals. The fast pace of Twitter means that searching for specific information is easy #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:47
@CharPUNC19 It means where do you think social media might take nursing in the future #punc19
@Punc19_MMacLeod
07 October 2019 18:48
It allows nurses to communicate with colleagues from around the world and share their experiences #punc19
@chloewPUNC
07 October 2019 18:48
Ferguson's (2013) article is interesting, as I can understand why there is skepticism towards the use of social media in nursing. However, I also think it is important to use every platform and opportunity to find new ways of promoting discussions and improving practice. #PUNC19
@Sarahbrookes2
07 October 2019 18:48
@WePunc Networking #punc19
@PUNC19_Bria
07 October 2019 18:48
@WePunc To communicate with people all over the world and grab opportunities that may not necessarily come your way in day to day life #punc19
@ChristinaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:48
The potential is limitless. As student nurses, we are the future of nursing. As a future nurse, we can help expand professional communication by engaging in feedback and conversation #PUNC19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:48
@WePunc SM should be embraced to enhance learning, improve practice & therefore outcomes for patients & then share the best practice back with the global nursing community. As Qualman (2012) said: ‘We don't have a choice on whether we DO social media, the Q is how well we DO it… #PUNC19
@brypuncwest
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc The potential for nursing is to advertise such as workshops and clinics ad to show that media can be used in a positive way #Punc19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:49
Question 4 Group A Folks #punc19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181264235021639680
@bethany_punc
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc It allows Nurses to put all the research together and work together to give the best health care and the most up to date care #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:49
@Sarahbrookes2 Networking is so important it builds confidence and understanding #punc19
@MellissaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc Communicating to professionals all over the work and building a positive presence on social media #punc19
@tracypunc191
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc Advice and support from a varied team of medical professionals , to come together and share a wealth of knowledge #punc19
@Rozza_punc19
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc The Internet provides social media with the potential to improve both access to health information and services and equity in health care #PUNC19
@PUNC19KatieBH
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc The potential for nursing in social media is huge. If we can promote the use of social media in a safe and effective way then we can truly make a difference. For example by engaging in health promotion and prevention #PUNC19
@lucypunc19
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc The potential for social media in nursing is huge and will only keep growing to help connect nurses with themselves other healthcare professionals and their patients. It opens up many new possibilities for research and knowledge sharing. #punc19
@LucyLPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc Allows information to be shared globally, including possible support and advice from other working healthcare professionals #PUNC19
@EBPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:49
It’s important to keep an eye on our privacy settings as they tend to change with updates! If we want personal information to stay private online we have to be aware of this #PUNC19
@OliviaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:49
@WePunc There are many potentials for social media, such as networking ????? #punc19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:50
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: Question 4 Group A Folks #punc19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181264235021639680
@RhiannaPunc19
07 October 2019 18:50
@WePunc There is lots of potential for social media in nursing. It allows us to communicate with nurses from all around the world and share knowledge and experiences that can make us better nurses :) #punc19
@DaisyPunc
07 October 2019 18:50
@WePunc Social media has the potential to revolutionise networking within nursing, which in turn will promote a safer, more improved practice that is beneficial for the wellbeing of the patients #punc19
@Punc19Sam
07 October 2019 18:50
@WePunc We can learn so much from other professionals and the people who use our services, We can reach out and share more self management information for those who need it. Social media can create more awareness of physical and mental health, and wellbeing. #punc19
@CharPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:50
#PUNC19 Social media can allow nurses from all over the world to share information, such as new studies/discoveries, quickly and over a vast amount of countries. It is an easy way for nurses to support each other, and to pick each other back up when needed!
@LeanneD16989284
07 October 2019 18:50
There is a lot of potential in connecting people to others and sharing views and knowledge. I just think we have to be careful with how we use it so it is productive and not counter productive. Help not Hinder #punc19
@ChloeDiment
07 October 2019 18:50
RT @OliviaPUNC19: @WePunc There are many potentials for social media, such as networking ????? #punc19
@Sarahbrookes2
07 October 2019 18:50
As student nurses we should embrace changes and support social media usage within medications #punc19
@SophiePPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:50
@WePunc A great way to expand knowledge and networks but also to provide support to each other, nursing along with other care jobs can be isolating, social media connects us with other like-minded people. #PUNC19
@Benjami_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:50
@WePunc 1) Patient engagement 2) Service promotion 3) Collective pooling of nursing, methods, research, and education. #punc19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:50
@bethany_punc @WePunc Putting patients first #punc19
@mollygriggs8
07 October 2019 18:50
@WePunc It allows nurses to share information and new ideas with each other! #PUNC19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:50
@AliceNiamhPUNC @WePunc Well said #PUNC19
@DurlingLucy
07 October 2019 18:50
@WePunc It allows us to share and learn from research around the world. #PUNC19
@EmilyfPunc
07 October 2019 18:50
@WePunc The benefits of social media use within Nursing are endless. A big one for me though is being able to engage and communicate with people on the same journey! #PUNC19
@MellissaPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:51
@WePunc Communicating to professionals all over the world and having a positive presence on social media #punc19
@alex_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:51
@WePunc Networking and getting knowledge from other healthcare professionals around the world, 24/7 and in the palm of you hand #PUNC19
@PUNC19Chloe447
07 October 2019 18:51
@WePunc There is so much potential for social media in nursing. It can expand to bring more professionals together to help them all work and learn together in the future, to meet the needs of our patients. #PUNC19
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:51
Support nurses to proactively develop their practice and GOLD STANDARD research!#PUNC19
@HashtagPUNC
07 October 2019 18:51
@WePunc If used in the right way. It can be a powerful tool to promote the career path, especially for those wanting to move into it and help those currently working in it #PUNC19
@ChloePunc19
07 October 2019 18:51
@WePunc Social media has so much potential in nursing for example social networking and engaging with each other, allowing nursing to develop though sharing our knowledge and gaining new opportunities #PUNC19
@MiaB_PUNC19
07 October 2019 18:52
@WeLearnOutLoud A great network of support, knowledge and understanding #PUNC19
@puncadult48
07 October 2019 18:52
It enables information to reach a wider patient range much quicker it should be of benefit regardless of socioeconomic back ground. It will also enable around the world up to date research to be much more readily available #PUNC19
@MeganPunc19
07 October 2019 18:52
RT @HannahReardon4: Support nurses to proactively develop their practice and GOLD STANDARD research!#PUNC19
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:52
@WePunc Engagement with service users is a huge benefit of social media. Also, since the introduction of GP online consultation systems many people are using digital/SM means to communicate with clinicians so may feel more comfortable doing this with a nurse in future #PUNC19
@PUNC19_Jess
07 October 2019 18:52
@WePunc SO much potential- it's exciting! The online network will continue to expand allowing for other healthcare professionals to communicate with each other, globally! The growth of social media use will continue to help so many people to grow to their full potentials!?? #PUNC19
@meganpunc1
07 October 2019 18:52
#latetothechat! HELLO #PUNC19. Potentials for social media in nursing- To be able to share knowledge and experiences with other health care professionals!
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:52
Very impressed with Group A some great comments #punc19
@GwenWPunc19
07 October 2019 18:53
@WeLearnOutLoud Social media is growing rapidly in the nursing profession, enabling changes in healthcare and legislation promoting the care of patients and improving communication. Whilst also encouraging whistleblowing where necessary #punc19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:53
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: Some good follows for this include @CochraneUK and @NIHRresearch #punc19 https://twitter.com/olivia2019punc/status/1181256974429822985
@melina78693161
07 October 2019 18:53
@WePunc Will help to develop, understand and encourage nursing field and also make it more easier to work with patients. #PUNC19
@Daisymunn
07 October 2019 18:53
@WePunc In an ever evolving, quick paced industry, having the ability to access information internationally, instantly is a great opportunity to keep your finger on the pulse with relative ease. It seems a no-brainier that you’d be at a disadvantage if you didn’t embrace it! #punc19
@meganpunc1
07 October 2019 18:53
There are lots of online inventions now such as the NHS app and GP online services- being able to book appointments online. #PUNC19
@Punc19B
07 October 2019 18:54
@WePunc Unlimited potential, the online world is growing every day and I’m sure the nursing online world will do the same #punc19
@PUNC19_KtDods
07 October 2019 18:54
We as student nurses and future nurses have the ability to share positive outcomes in healthcare and influence others. Sharing is caring #PUNC19
@WeLearnOutLoud
07 October 2019 18:54
Really fab stuff ... well done #punc19 https://twitter.com/wepunc/status/1181266121976156161
@MetcalfePunc19
07 October 2019 18:54
I think in the future that nurses will be able to give advice to the public via social media. Whether this means promoting vaccinations and flu vaccines or nurses tweeting to the public about wellbeing and mental health. #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:54
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: How do we ensure that it isn’t ? #punc19 https://twitter.com/punc19_mmacleod/status/1181261702492561409
@SophieFxPUNC19x
07 October 2019 18:54
@WePunc Great platform to share valuable information worldwide. Also being able to connect with patients to improve care #PUNC19
@Lowri_punc19
07 October 2019 18:54
@WePunc Social media allows us to network with other professionals and always expand our knowledge. Social media is constantly expanding and more and more people are beginning to use and understand it more. #PUNC19
@DPunc19
07 October 2019 18:55
I've completed module 2 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2157?token=30e681b5-aab3-4ae7-b823-136c19ec7e83
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:55
My eight-year-old, said ask Alexa!!#PUNC19
@ezme_long
07 October 2019 18:55
@WePunc Huge potential for new and improved ways to help nurses #PUNC19
@KatePUNC19
07 October 2019 18:56
The practising midwife by Chinn, T & Clarke, J (2016) believe that social media is infiltrating the professional life of midwives! #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:56
@HannahReardon4 What did Alexa say ? #punc19
@IfeomaUdeagwu
07 October 2019 18:56
I've completed module 4 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2159?token=dffa485b-67c3-4d5d-86b8-26830f097fe3
@PUNClovee19
07 October 2019 18:56
Sharing ideas has endless potential #PUNC19
@WePunc
07 October 2019 18:56
RT @WeLearnOutLoud: It’s great isn’t it :) #punc19 https://twitter.com/sarahbrookes2/status/1181257541491335168
@IfeomaUdeagwu
07 October 2019 18:57
I've completed module 1 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2156?token=b5e9a493-4b9e-429e-8f2c-c12a841bd535
@HannahReardon4
07 October 2019 18:57
@WePunc She is not sure!!#PUNC19
@JnrPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:58
I agree #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/meganpunc19/status/1181190383650390016
@AliceNiamhPUNC
07 October 2019 18:58
@WeLearnOutLoud @WePunc By educating people about digital professionalism! Ensuring people are clear on what is breaking confidentiality and what isn't, teaching them how to share experience and stories without disclosing more detail than is needed. #PUNC19
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:58
RT @JnrPUNC19: I agree #PUNC19 https://twitter.com/meganpunc19/status/1181190383650390016
@Anna_Chick
07 October 2019 18:58
@JnrPUNC19 Very true #punc19
@tracypunc191
07 October 2019 18:58
I've completed module 4 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2159?token=90219d41-cc73-4e16-8c34-938d3890e209
@MeganChadPUNC19
07 October 2019 18:59
As technology continues to advance through most aspects of society, it is not being adopted in the same way in nursing. This is hindering our ability to develop. #PUNC19
@IfeomaUdeagwu
07 October 2019 18:59
I've completed module 2 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2157?token=5e13c560-6264-46c7-8d77-dbe9f19ee017
@KatePUNC19
07 October 2019 18:59
I've completed module 3 of 6 on 2019 Digital Professionalism - #PUNC19 #PUNC19 http://welearn.wecommunities.org/PlymUni/sharebadge/2158?token=1ca1623e-b3c9-47ad-9272-e79d67ece7b9




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