Twitter Chats

 

Join the Conversation!

Members of the BACCN National Board will be hosting regular Twitter Chats and encourage you to join them at @BACCNUK.

Dates are listed below and remember to use the relevent # to follow the conversation. 

New to Twitter? CLICK HERE to download our step by step guide on how to get involved and join in the conversation.

Following some feedback our regular twitter are now on a rolling schedule which means the chat will take place on a different day of the week every month to enable more of you to take part, although each chat will still start at 7pm for 1 hour.  Looking forward to continue our debates around some very interesting topics.

#letskeeptheconversationgoing by @karin_gerber on behalf of @BACCNUK 

All chats will take place 19:00 - 20:00

 *Topics subject to change* Click on topics for more info

Why we should engage with SoME as Professionals

For more information on why we should engage with SoMe please see below link and video below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6xJkePaGq0&feature=youtu.be

 

Twitter Chat News - February Twitter Chat 

Last Friday we continued our monthly BACCN twitter chats when we discussed all things paediatrics related and the crossover for many adult practitioners when called upon to assist with the care and management of the critically ill/deteriorating child.  Critically ill children continue to present at their local hospital and the multidisciplinary team will need skills onsite for stabilisation and initial intensive care management.  All critical care staff may be required to provide occasional support for the resuscitation and even transfer of critically ill children that present at centres without a PICU. 

We would like to thank @TrishMcready for moderating this chat and all those that joined us on a Friday evening sharing their lived experience in this particular area of Critical Care Nursing.  It was great to see how organisations attempt to breach the gap in training to ensure practitioners have the necessary education (via APLS / EPLS) courses, simulation training and Study Days in conjunction with their local Paediatric Intensive Care centres / Paediatric Transfer Teams to ensure we provide up to date evidence-based safe care to not just the children in our care but also their loved ones.  

Missed the chat? Have a look at our Wakelet summary of the nights' discussions: 

Join us on the 23rd of March between 7-8pm when we'll be discussing "Staff moves across the Organisation".  
Keep an eye on the website HERE and our various social media pages for more information.

Let's keep the conversation going....

@karin_gerber
On behalf of the BACCN National Board