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To delegate or not to delegate that is the question !! Delegation requires some complex thought: who do you delegate to? what do you delegate? how do you ensure that delegation is appropriate? how much support should you give? The NMC have a helpful Caring With Confidence video on Delegation that starts to unpick some of these questions:
This tweetchat aims to explore the key aspects of delegation and will follow the tweetchat formula below:
From 8:15pm Pre tweetchat 2 x poll questions
8:30 - 9pm Tweetchat 3 questions
From 9pm Post tweetchat 2 x poll questions
The tweetchat will ask the following questions:
- Question 1 (poll) - Are you confident with delegation in your nursing role? Yes / No / Other (please state)
- Question 2 (poll) - How often do you delegate in your nursing role? More than daily / Daily / Weekly / Other (please state)
- Question 3 (tweetchat) - What stops us delegating in nursing?
- Question 4 (tweetchat) - What are the consequences of not delegating / inappropriate delegation in nursing?
- Question 5 (tweetchat) - What are the key parts of delegation that as nurses we need to be mindful of when delegating?
- Question 6 (poll) - Why should nurses delegate? To save time / Build others skills / Ensure care is safe / Other
- Question 7 (poll) - Think back to the last time you delegated in your nursing role .... how did you ensure you delegated appropriately? You checked in on the person / You worked alongside the person / You asked the person to document / Other (please state)