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Transcript of WeCommunities Story
...had an idea
to connect nurses
#WeNurses is a Twitter based chat
for nurses to share knowledge,
ideas expertise and experience
The weekly chats
are supported by a blog
Discussing diverse subjects..
Newly Qualified Nurses
LD & MH
#WeCommunities have become highly valued
Since August 2011 ...
has become ....
To connect with the nursing community
go to www.wecommunities.org
and growing !!
"twitter is a very powerful tool.
I can say without a doubt that
because of twitter I'm a
better Nurse "
"I get new knowledge.
I get to question my
current practice and find
ways to improve it
and I get to chat"
"I get to chat, support others
and feel the sense of group spirit
amongst nursing and other health/
social care professionals"
Other communities have used this model to share and connect:
"We" have worked with many organisations providing tweetchats, consultancy, workshops and tech
With followers totaling over 40,000
Want to hear more?
a community of Nurses
We have held over 500 Twitter Chats
Amassing 1000's of years of HCP experience and sharing, connecting and
developing skills and ideas
"support from my peers
on a personal and
That cross both geographical & hierarchical boundaries
We even inspired a patient to become a nurse!
More details on our blog...
#WeNurses is having a huge impact:
Midwives, doctors, pharmacists, commissioners. chaplains, end of life care specialists, mental health nurses, learning disability nurses, school nurses, general practice nurses, health visitors, paramedics, medical students, and AHPs
And the total followers for all of the WeCommunities being over 100,000
"We" are driving Social Media
forward with bespoke technology
And Teresa Chinn, that one tweeting nurse, received an MBE for services to nursing in the 2015 Queens New Years Honours List, because of the work WeCommunities has done
"I've been a #StudentNurse
on twitter for less than
two hours and already I
can so excited as the
support and community
on here! "