Our Clinical Academic Fellow Lorraine Armstrong blogs about sharing ideas and inspiration at the 20th International Quality Forum in London last week. #Quality2015
Scotland, Wales, England, Ireland and the Netherlands. Our vision of becoming a ‘global’ network of nurses may require just that little bit longer to expand. However, our vision of becoming a ‘vibrant network of nurses with a passion for improving quality of patient care and experience whilst collaborating to share learning and practice’, is expanding well. And, it’s about ‘quality’ not ‘quantity’ – right?
Well, our session at the 20th International Quality Forum in London most certainly represented ‘quality’. More specifically, our intention was to identify how nurses use social media to improve and provide quality patient care. The responses shared amongst the group came from Henrietta, Annabeth, Debbie, Amanda, Bethan, Avilene, Kirsty, Geraldine, Rhianna, ourselves, and later Maureen. Angela also facilitated our live Tweet chat and we used responses from this inter-changeably to generate conversation (well done Angela!!)
We had a relatively informal, yet semi-structured discussion which suited our…
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