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


Twitter News

Last Twitter Chats

BACCN Twitter Chat February 2021 #baccnahp - AHP input into Critical Care report

I want to thank @TantamKate for once again supporting our twitter chat earlier this month.  The last 12-18months has certainly cemented the vital input that’s required from a multidisciplinary team in caring for the patients (and their loved ones) within Critical Care.   Lets keep this conversation going and join Kate, Peter Nydahl and Dale Needham during #BACCNConf2021 with our Humanising Critical Care conference stream. Visit our conference website: https://www.baccn.org/conference/ for more information.

For now you can use our usual Wakelet summary: https://wke.lt/w/s/optoGC  to revisit some of the chatter.  Please join us on the 10th of March for our #baccnleadership twitter chat where well focus on nursing leadership breaking down barriers within Critical Care Nursing – theme of our upcoming 2nd virtual conference.

Thank you and lets keep the conversation going….

Karin Gerber

BACCN Conference Director 

BACCN Twitter Chat January 2021 #baccndiversity report

This chat was moderated by @nicki_credland the Chair of the BACCN. The BACCN National board have been working hard, exploring ways to increase engagement with nurses from a Back, Asian or Minority Ethnicity (BAME) and to improve BAME representation at both a regional and national level.

Following on from our first BAME Award that supports a project related to BAME issues within Critical Care we discussed your experience and what you would like the BACCN to focus on over the next year with regards to this. A full report will follow.

Let’s talk #baccndiversity.

BACCN Twitter Chat December 2020 #baccnrehab Report

I want to thank @TantamKate for supporting our #baccnrehab twitter chat last week. There was such a palpable energy amongst those that took part in sharing our own individual goals when talking about ICU Rehabilitation.  We can learn so much from each other to improve the overall experience of patients and families within our everyday.  Lets keep this conversation going and join Kate and me during  #BACCNConf2021 with our Humanising Critical Care conference stream. Watch this space as to how you can get involved!!

For now you can use our usual Wakelet summary: https://wke.lt/w/s/IuISJ9 to revisit some of the chatter.  Please join us on the 8th of January for our #baccndiversity twitter chat where well focus on “Diversity (BAME) within Critical Care Nursing” facilitated by our Chair @credland_nicki.

Thank you and lets keep the conversation going….

Karin Gerber
BACCN Conference Director  


Upcoming Twitter Chats

06.02.2021 #baccnahp - AHP input into Critical Care
10.03.2021 #baccnleadership - Nursing Leadership breaking down barriers within Critical Care Nursing 
15.04.2021 Details to follow
19.05.2021 #baccnoutreach Critical Care Outreach Practitioner Competencies 
12.06.2021 Details to follow
06.07.2021 #baccnmidwifery The deteriorating obstetric/midwifery patient
09.09.2021 #BACCNConf2021
15.10.2021 Details to follow
19.11.2021 #baccnpaeds The impact of paediatric long term ventilation on adult critical care services

Past Twitter Chat Reports

08.01.21 #baccndiversity - Diversity (BAME) within Critical Care Nursing (pending)
17.11.20 #baccnrecruit - Recruitment and Retention with Critical Care Nursing 
01.10.20 #baccnassociate - Nursing Associates within Critical Care - your thoughts?
07.09.20 #BACCNConf2020 - 7th of September (Monday)
16.07.20 HELP: I'm presenting at conference, what now?- 16th of July (Friday) 7-8 pm #presentation
07.10.19  Incivility in hospital environment - 7th of October (Monday)   #rudenessatwork 
05.11.19 Compliance with EWS - 5th of November (Tuesday) #ews
11.12.19 Pet therapy: pro / con - 11th of December (Wednesday) #pets
16.01.20 Enhanced levels of care: how does this impact ICU - 16th of January (Thursday) #enhanced
21.02.20 Pediatric patient in adult ICU - 21st of Feb (Friday) #paeds
23.03.20 Staff moves across the organisation - 23rd of March (Monday) #staffmove
28.04.20 How do we keep our patients and their loved ones in touch with each other in these unprecedented times? - 28th of April (Tuesday) #baccnkeepintouch
26.05.20

Stress management interventions for intensive and critial care nurses: A systematic review - 26 May (Tuesday) #baccnmind

11.06.20 All things non-invasive ventilation related in particular with regards to the increasing use of CPAP during COVID-19 #baccnniv

  *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

Let's keep the conversation going.

@karin_gerber on behalf of @BACCNUK