Twitter Chat - December

17th Dec 2018

Our last twitter chat in 2018 focussed on the future of Critical Care Nursing #baccnfuture. This coincided with launch of the "Nursing Now England" campaign which in collaboration with the World Health Organisation and International Council of Nurses aims to raise the status and profile of nurses alongside working to empower nurses to take their place at the heart of tackling 21st century health challenges "Nursing Now will run to the end of 2020 - the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birth and a year when nurses will be celebrated worldwide.  The aim is to improve perceptions of nurses, enhance their influence and maximise their contributions to ensuring that everyone everywhere has access to health and healthcare" 

Nursing Now - raising the status of nursing worldwide - Nursing Now

Nursing Now is a global campaign to raise the status and profile of nursing.

Our twitter chat focussed on if individuals feel that they play a part in shaping the future of critical care nursing alongside asking how we can get more of our colleagues involved in helping to shape the future of our speciality. I want to thank all those that took part in our discussion and in the process making our voices heard

#baccnfuture - Wakelet


Taking our conversation forward in January 2019 we'll be talking about the CC3N Step 4 competencies which have been designed to provide staff with the core skills required to take charge in a critical care unit and everything that that involves on a daily basis. This chat  will be moderated  by @AnnPriceCCCU BACCN's Journal Liaison for BACCN and Principle Lecturer and Academic Group Lead at Canterbury Christ Church University on the 8th of January 2019 between the usual time of 19:00 -20:00 using #baccnstep4. 

Let's keep the conversation going...

Thank you


BACCN Conference Director

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