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Social media and nursing PCN Expo

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Teresa Chinn

on 30 August 2018

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Transcript of Social media and nursing PCN Expo

An internet minute
WeLearn #AllOurHealth
Boundaries & limitations
Social media and nursing :
Being effective & responsible

Teresa Chinn MBE - @AgencyNurse
Unlocking potential
Keeping others safe
Personal & professional
Personal & professional
"‘Seeing’ in this context is about understanding the rules, and in this sense, it is important that professionals recognise what their consistent approach to boundary-keeping should be. It is important that professionals have the skills to think through their own boundaries and are
not affected by peer-pressure to reveal more than they feel comfortable with."
A unique specialty @AgencyNurse
Thank you for listening
Personal & professional
Being personal AND professional is a balance. In social media we need to:

Stay safe as professional
Stay safe personally
Keep others safe
Social Media for learning
Social Media & professional development
The world in our hands
Learning into practice
No cats here!
Caring for young people
Social media savvy
Social isolation
Close nurse - patient relationship
"It is unacceptable for nurses and midwives to discuss matters related to the people in their care outside clinical settings."
"Nurses and midwives should not use social networks to build or pursue relationships with patients and service users as this can blur important professional boundaries. It is important to be aware that even without engaging with patients or service users on social media, they may still be able to access your information."
See, think, act
(Cooper & Inglehern 2015)
"‘See, Think, Act’ was developed in response to serious incidents,
including security breaches and assaults within secure mental healthcare settings. When
these incidents were investigated, in many cases what lay at the centre of the incident was
a breakdown in the dynamics of the team and service-user relationships and that the
breakdown occurred in the context of weak or absent boundaries."
"Professionals need to be able to recognise behaviours that are of concern and know
what to do to seek advice"
"Knowing how to act is a
critical skill in professional digital practice. The course of action will depend on what degree
of risk you perceive and the potential for harm. You need to consider the severity, frequency,
duration and imminence of the risk."
See, think, act
Should we be seen in only a professional capacity in social media or should we reveal some of our personal life?

How do we spot when conversations seem to be going wrong in social media? What changes?

How do we avoid escalating a difficult conversation on social media?

T & V
This is where people are!
We can use social media to engage and learn from and with health care professionals all over the world
Social learning
Please feel free to follow and chat to us on Twitter !

Thank you !
V Or T?
We have a world of opportunities in the palm of our hands - we just need to unlock the potential
@MMs_ethics #Twitterdisco
Psychological Safety issues
Professional boundaries vs Professional distance and Context Collapse vs The Echo Chamber Effect
University Of Manchester- YouTube
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