This guide provides an overview of Twitter for healthcare professionals with particular focus on #AllOurHealth - a social media based course which allows staff to join in discussions and share learning about illness prevention. The guide also has information on how to get started on Twitter, different ways you might like to use it as well as the evidence base behind health professionals engaging in social media.
We are proud to announce that Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is a Trailblazing Organisation for the forthcoming @WeCommunities CPD programme on Twitter #AllOurHealth!
The focus for the course is Public Health and is fully funded by Public Health England. Registration is open now and the course will commence on the 4th February and end on the 8th March. You will receive a CPD certificate upon completion.
Topics for 2019 will cover:
This course is Inter-professional – You do not need to be a Nurse to register!
You do not need to be an expert in Social Media either. Go on, give it a go!
You will be encouraged to share new ideas and innovations with Bucks Healthcare and on the #AllOurHealth platform.
Registration is open. The course will commence on 4th February and run until 8th March
Click the link now to register http://www.wecommunities.org/blogs/3440
You will need a Twitter account if you have not already signed up. When your register, please ensure that you select the green “Start Course” button at the top of the screen, then select Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust as your home team.
For more information about the #Allourhealth programme, please contact
Nicky Wheels Nicola.firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow Nicky on Twitter @nix_edformation
When using Twitter, please ensure you are familiar with the Trust's Social Media Policy available on Swanlive.
If you need any basic advice on how to set up a Twitter account and how to tweet, contact
Sarah Lewis, Library and Knowledge Services Manager email@example.com
Follow Sarah on Twitter @lewis_m_sarah