#WeNurses - Tuesday 4th July 2017 8pm (GMT Standard Time) Nursing in the 21st century: Communicating the complex HEE-G

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“Nurses and nursing staff are at the heart of the communication process: they assess, record and report on treatment and care, handle information sensitively and confidentially, deal with complaints effectively, and are conscientious in reporting things they are concerned about.” RCN, Principles of nursing practice, Principle E.

Nurses play a key role through out a patient’s journey, spending more time with patients than any other profession within the NHS. The ability to communicate in a clear, accessible manner is fundamental to this relationship.

It is often the role of nurses to explain information to patients in a language they can understand. Communicating within a healthcare setting involves the use of complex terms. We constantly use acronyms (including the ‘NHS’ itself) and specific jargon when speaking with colleagues. If used with patients and the public, these can create a verbal barrier. Equally, nurses can be presented with complex terminology that they may be unfamiliar with. What do nurses do when posed with difficult language? What happens when the use of complex terms prevents clear and honest communication?

Genomics, the study of the DNA in our cells, is a powerful tool and is set to revolutionise healthcare. The information stored in our DNA will provide new diagnoses, prognoses and treatments, forming the foundations of personalised medicine. As genomic medicine becomes common practice within the NHS, the ability of the workforce to understand, discuss and convey this complex area to colleagues and patients has never been more pressing. Could you describe to a patient why one treatment works better than another based on their genomic information? Would you be able to explain how a genomic test is used in your area of practice? If a colleague asked, would you be able to explain what genomics is?

The Genomics Education Programme would like to hear how you communicate the complex, using genomics as an example. What communication techniques do you use, where have these worked and where they have not? We are keen to learn from you as we prepare nurses, midwives and the entire health service for the genomics revolution.

Throughout the chat we will be asking:

·       How do you normally tackle communicating complex topics?

·       Can you give examples where medical jargon has created a barrier in communication?

·       What communication tactics do you use to overcome any barriers? Have they worked?

·       Do you choose your words wisely? For instance, using words like ‘condition’ instead of ‘disease’ to avoid negative connotations?

·       Do you think the perceived complexity of subjects like genomics puts people off talking about them?

·       How can the language of genomics become more user-friendly?

    

What is the Genomics Education Programme?

The Genomics Education Programme has been set up to support the education and training of healthcare professionals in genomic medicine. The programme has three main aims:

1) Support NHS professionals involved in the 100,000 Genomes Project.

2) Support the wider transformation of services to integrate genomics technologies into healthcare.

3) Up skill existing staff so they can make the most of genomic technologies in their work.

The programme will meet these aims through the provision of a range of educational and training resources. For more information, visit our website or contact us.


About our guest hosts

Pooja Dasani Pooja is a Principle Genetic Counsellor working as a genomics education lead at the West Midlands Genomic Medicine Centre. Pooja has had various roles over the last eight years of working for the service including developing education materials and managing a local community genetic counselling project that aimed to transmit genetic risk information across cultural and language barriers. Pooja now works across cancer and general genetics. Pooja is an active member of the Birmingham Women’s hospital operations team for the 100,000 genomes project.

Jonathan Roberts Jonathan is a genetic counsellor who is currently studying for a Ph.D. His project is a collaboration between the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and King's College London. His research uses both qualitative and quantitative methods to explore family communication and genomics. He is particularly interested in the representation of genetics,inheritance and DNA in popular culture and his research explores how families' knowledge and enjoyment of pop culture can be used to facilitate engagement with genomics.

Sue Hatton Sue is a Senior Nursing Policy Manager with Health Education England. Sue trained as a general and children’s nurse and has a wealth of experience working across children’s services. The majority of her strategic work has been within the West Midlands and across London. At Regional Office, Strategic Health Authority, Department of Health and Health Education England, she has held a variety of positions in maternity, child health and nursing across strategy, policy and workforce. She has been fortunate to have been involved or led on a number of national projects around maternity, children’s palliative care, health visiting, general practice nursing and child health. Nurse and midwives will be instrumental in making the significant changes required to embed genomic medicine into healthcare. Sue is currently working within the Genomics Education Programme one day a week to strengthen the nursing and midwifery contribution to genomics. 

Michelle Bishop Dr Michelle Bishop is the Education Development Specialist for HEE’s Genomics Education Programme. She has worked in genetics and genomics education for a number of years, previously working at the NHS National Genetics Education and Development Centre and has a PhD in the field of genetics education. Michelle supports the work of the Genomics Education Programme by providing educational and clinical expertise through resource production, leading curricular development for specialist workforce training and driving the wider NHS workforce transformation in genomics.

Ed Miller Dr Ed Miller is a Senior Education Development Officer for HEE’s Genomics Education Programme. Ed provides scientific and educational support to the programme through development and production of a range of resources for the NHS workforce. Before joining the Genomics Education Programme, Ed researched DNA damage repair and replication and has a PhD from the University Birmingham in this area. During his time as a researcher he gained valuable experience in science communication and public engagement developing, organising and presenting events to educate a wide range of audiences.





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This #WeNurses started by exploring complex conversations in general: 



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Question 2 focussed on medical jargon:

















The discussion then turned to overcoming communication barriers:















The complexity of communicating genomics was then explored:














Finally the concept of exploring how we could make the language of genomics more user friendly was addressed:













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 #WeNurses transcript

 
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:00
Hello and welcome to tonight's #WeNurses with @genomicsedu Please tweet us a hello if you are joining us https://t.co/i2rCfBPP5w
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:00
Hello Teresa here #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:01
Hi all. Really looking forward to this really relevant chat this evening #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:01
Tonight we are exploring communicating the complex with @genomicsedu #WeNurses
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:01
#WeNurses Hello all, what a timely conversation tonight
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:01
Lots of genomics news kicking about today so a very timely discussion #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:02
THANK YOU team @genomicsedu aka @sue_hatton1 @TheSarcasticOwl @PoojaDasani1 @mbishop_uk for helping us all on this evenings #WeNurses :)
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:02
#WeNurses #GenerationGenome Published 2 day https://t.co/C1Mdjak9yS explores the potential of genomics 2 improve he… https://t.co/WHNyeQus7C
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:03
QUESTION 1 How do you normally tackle communicating complex topics? #WeNurses https://t.co/mI4TI1cB5r
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:03
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses #GenerationGenome Published 2 day https://t.co/C1Mdjak9yS explores the potential of genomics 2 improve health &…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:03
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses #GenerationGenome Published 2 day https://t.co/C1Mdjak9yS explores the potential of genomics 2 improve health &…
@NRCUK
04 July 2017 20:03
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 How do you normally tackle communicating complex topics? #WeNurses https://t.co/mI4TI1cB5r
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:04
#WeNurses Communication is about much more than the words we say. Look at https://t.co/NkH8cD0mNu RCN: First Steps ‘Communication methods’.
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:04
Tell us your experiences - doesn't need to be related to genomics #WeNurses https://t.co/N11eKarZMR
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:04
First and foremost i need to be sure that i understand the topic #WeNurses https://t.co/Nja8Z3B4Jc
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:04
RT @mbishop_uk: Tell us your experiences - doesn't need to be related to genomics #WeNurses https://t.co/N11eKarZMR
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:04
RT @mbishop_uk: Tell us your experiences - doesn't need to be related to genomics #WeNurses https://t.co/N11eKarZMR
@GemGlan
04 July 2017 20:04
#wenurses #@ImperialNHSjobs https://t.co/N5HnUufZtj
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:04
A useful link #WeNurses https://t.co/ukouoZOd53
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:05
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Communication is about much more than the words we say. Look at https://t.co/NkH8cD0mNu RCN: First Steps ‘Commun…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:05
Hi Sue #WeNurses https://t.co/Yn04Wz5ryJ
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:05
RT @WeNurses: A useful link #WeNurses https://t.co/ukouoZOd53
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:05
What do you do if the topic comes from 'left field' @AgencyNurse? #WeNurses https://t.co/rCK6eUQExM
@DrUmeshPrabhu
04 July 2017 20:06
RT @WeNurses: in 10 mins time How do we tackle communicating complex topics? > https://t.co/UvUo2Sw4Zl Tonight 8pm #WeNurses https://t.c…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:06
Perhaps if i don't understand then i am not the best person to communicate this and need to expand on my learning ! #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:06
Oooh good question ! #Wenurses https://t.co/SpPMUrv5kf
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:06
Tonight (NOW) we are talking about "Communicating the complex" prechat here https://t.co/urknpLLB0S join in via #WeNurses All Welcome
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:07
#WeNurses nurses are dealing with communicating complex topics everyday. Sometimes difficult if you are often put o… https://t.co/1srGmzY7fV
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:08
@mbishop_uk be honest ! .. but at the same time be helpful too #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:08
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses nurses are dealing with communicating complex topics everyday. Sometimes difficult if you are often put on the s…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:08
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses nurses are dealing with communicating complex topics everyday. Sometimes difficult if you are often put on the s…
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:08
#WeNurses Prepare 4 revalidation:read RCNi pub &write reflection:Effective communication skills in nursing practice https://t.co/Wv4UGBRrBb
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:08
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Prepare 4 revalidation:read RCNi pub &write reflection:Effective communication skills in nursing practice https…
@DrUmeshPrabhu
04 July 2017 20:08
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses nurses are dealing with communicating complex topics everyday. Sometimes difficult if you are often put on the s…
@suechisholm01
04 July 2017 20:09
Ascertain everyone's understanding first #WeNurses https://t.co/hHEFLltXEb
@TheSarcasticOwl
04 July 2017 20:09
@WeNurses Hello! #WeNurses. Before communicating complex topics I like to revise and, when I can, pick the brains o… https://t.co/dd1ZLa3Yvx
@DrUmeshPrabhu
04 July 2017 20:09
RT @WeNurses: Tonight (NOW) we are talking about "Communicating the complex" prechat here https://t.co/urknpLLB0S join in via #WeNurses All…
@schoolnurse17
04 July 2017 20:09
@mbishop_uk @AgencyNurse great point .. think its about saying you don't know but point them to someone who does #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:10
nice tip #Wenurses https://t.co/PYpb0jKTRY
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:10
Hi, Sarah here, late to the party & may have to go early... #wenurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:10
Another great tip #WeNurses https://t.co/d1R0Inkm1C
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:10
@schoolnurse17 @mbishop_uk @AgencyNurse who do you point them to? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:10
@SarahChapman30 Hi Sarah and welcome :D #WeNurses
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:10
Improved understanding of the subject and simple language tailored to one's need is key #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:11
Love all of this - as a visual learner myself I often resort to pen and paper when explaining things #WeNurses https://t.co/PasRUrhk4V
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:11
RT @PoojaDasani1: Improved understanding of the subject and simple language tailored to one's need is key #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:11
RT @PoojaDasani1: Improved understanding of the subject and simple language tailored to one's need is key #WeNurses
@DrUmeshPrabhu
04 July 2017 20:11
RT @WeNurses: Another great tip #WeNurses https://t.co/d1R0Inkm1C
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:12
Is communicating complex ideas something that is encountered a lot in practice? #WeNurses
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:12
#WeNurses G8t tip. https://t.co/BnoVuNgOH5
@andrewallergy
04 July 2017 20:12
RT @GemGlan: #wenurses #@ImperialNHSjobs https://t.co/N5HnUufZtj
@RunnerNursePhil
04 July 2017 20:12
@WeNurses IMO You must have thorough knowledge of topic to be able to simplify and communicate effectively #WeNurses
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:12
@AgencyNurse Great tool - and gives you something to give to your patients to take home. Have often used this myself #WeNurses
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:12
RT @EdGenomesEdu: Is communicating complex ideas something that is encountered a lot in practice? #WeNurses
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:13
@RunnerNursePhil @WeNurses agree - need to know whats most important & then simplify #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:13
Yes - they may be familiar to us but can often be complex to the people we care for #Wenurses https://t.co/PaHnJftjT1
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:14
QUESTION 2 Can you give examples where medical jargon has created a barrier in communication? #WeNurses https://t.co/rEoT5jDros
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:14
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 Can you give examples where medical jargon has created a barrier in communication? #WeNurses https://t.co/rEoT5…
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:14
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 Can you give examples where medical jargon has created a barrier in communication? #WeNurses https://t.co/rEoT5…
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:14
@RunnerNursePhil @WeNurses #WeNurses useful factsheets outline key facts of conditions, clinical features, diagnos… https://t.co/5u7ZykCzF7
@RunnerNursePhil
04 July 2017 20:14
@SarahChapman30 @WeNurses Also need to be prepared to take topic deeper if needed #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:14
As a student nurse i remember been very confused at handover due to cabbages (or CABG!) #WeNurses https://t.co/OFMCjHI16f
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:14
Completely agree #wenurses https://t.co/rJSanGw0nx
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:15
Yes indeed #WeNurses https://t.co/5x3KCvFqyo
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:15
Suspect it's not always known when jargon has created a barrier - person may not like to say they don't understand #wenurses
@RunnerNursePhil
04 July 2017 20:15
@Barbeedee3 @WeNurses A picture paints a thousand words #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:15
A really good point Sarah #WeNurses https://t.co/uj6RKvmj93
@lizmogs
04 July 2017 20:15
@WeNurses #wenurses communication needs2Bin language all involved can understand.Breaking down complex topics in2sm… https://t.co/1iiuyGCOcq
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:15
@WeNurses #WeNurses Does everyone feel like I do that there's too much jargon in healthcare.
@westmidsgmc
04 July 2017 20:16
RT @PoojaDasani1: Lets talk about genomics @westmidsgmc @genomicsedu @GenomicsEngland #WeNurses
@suechisholm01
04 July 2017 20:16
When patients are trying to gather all the information to make choices in treatment #WeNurses https://twitter.com/wenurses/status/882316601709793280
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:16
What are your thoughts #WeNurses https://t.co/IYKBekAwgC
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:16
#WeNurses I love @NewcastleHosps https://t.co/Hep2zAgey1 Jargon Buster.Have you seen it? https://t.co/lFbnpXvLIn
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:16
Think abbreviations that are common to us may not be known to others. My daughter called me out on referring to an OT. #wenurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:16
RT @WeNurses: What are your thoughts #WeNurses https://t.co/IYKBekAwgC
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:16
Terms like 'acute' and 'chronic' can be poorly understood #wenurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:17
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses I love @NewcastleHosps https://t.co/Hep2zAgey1 Jargon Buster.Have you seen it? https://t.co/lFbnpXvLIn
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:17
Great point @SarahChapman30 any tips on how you can check someone's understanding? #WeNurses https://t.co/d50em31ceS
@NRCUK
04 July 2017 20:17
@suechisholm01 the double whammy of new language and not being at your best is really not a good thing :( #wenurses… https://t.co/IphjiKOQVa
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:17
RT @suechisholm01: When patients are trying to gather all the information to make choices in treatment #WeNurses https://t.co/vuRypHPPsC
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:17
RT @suechisholm01: When patients are trying to gather all the information to make choices in treatment #WeNurses https://t.co/vuRypHPPsC
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:17
Have patients used ‘jargon’ you don’t understand? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:17
RT @EdGenomesEdu: Have patients used ‘jargon’ you don’t understand? #WeNurses
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:17
#WeNurses Have colleagues used ‘jargon’ u don't understand: Doctors told to dispense with confusing medical jargon. https://t.co/CmcgjqVKXk
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:18
Wow what a useful link #WeNurses https://t.co/xvPp7QQWgg
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:18
The use of acronyms in the NHS is an issue - often the same acronym has many different meanings #WeNurses https://twitter.com/SarahChapman30/status/882317208952688640
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:18
Great example #WeNurses https://t.co/DDPbfI3Qx3
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:19
#wenurses great point https://t.co/fVC8181tvK
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:19
Agree #WeNurses https://t.co/fVC8181tvK
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 20:19
@WeNurses Nice to see you on at #WeNurses Midwives also allowed!
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:19
RT @RunnerNursePhil: @SarahChapman30 @WeNurses Also need to be prepared to take topic deeper if needed #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:19
Great question #WeNurses https://t.co/oYQ5nTr5OD
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:19
Hi all, late to #WeNurses :)
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:19
@WeNurses #WeNurses https://t.co/2CYYT1Xxze Gr8 AHC media article: ‘Choose your words carefully’.
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:20
For us @genomicsedu DNA doesn't mean 'Did Not Attend' #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:20
@Caroline_Benj absolutely ! #WeNurses
@suechisholm01
04 July 2017 20:20
@SCaldwell7201 @NRCUK Recapping and offering other options like recording information #WeNurses
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:20
RT @sue_hatton1: @WeNurses #WeNurses https://t.co/2CYYT1Xxze Gr8 AHC media article: ‘Choose your words carefully’.
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:20
@EdGenomesEdu Have come across some unusual terms for body parts... #wenurses
@mikehughescq
04 July 2017 20:20
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses #GenerationGenome Published 2 day https://t.co/C1Mdjak9yS explores the potential of genomics 2 improve health &…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:20
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Have colleagues used ‘jargon’ u don't understand: Doctors told to dispense with confusing medical jargon. https:…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:20
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Have colleagues used ‘jargon’ u don't understand: Doctors told to dispense with confusing medical jargon. https:…
@CalvinMoorley
04 July 2017 20:21
@WeNurses In sexual health I interviewed participants who I had to ask to explain the jargon #WeNurses
@diane_last
04 July 2017 20:21
RT @AgencyNurse: As a student nurse i remember been very confused at handover due to cabbages (or CABG!) #WeNurses https://t.co/OFMCjHI16f
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:21
RT @suechisholm01: @SCaldwell7201 @NRCUK Recapping and offering other options like recording information #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:21
@JJackson_RN welcome #Wenurses https://t.co/oYQ5nTr5OD
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:21
#WeNurses another great tip https://t.co/2c6VdciqF5
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:21
A2 The biggest challenge I had was in a bilingual hospital. J'ai mal au coeur literally means my heart is sick- used for nauseated #WeNurses
@pumpinghearts
04 July 2017 20:21
@WeNurses A2: Too many to mention. #WeNurses #heartfailurepatientgroup
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:21
Great point! #WeNurses https://t.co/Op1VLo8n8W
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:22
Classic example #WeNurses https://t.co/5aGAq3jsXH
@AlisonPope4
04 July 2017 20:22
RT @mbishop_uk: The use of acronyms in the NHS is an issue - often the same acronym has many different meanings #WeNurses https://t.co/quB3…
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:22
@suechisholm01 @SCaldwell7201 @NRCUK Yes very sensible. Diagrams can help too #wenurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:22
RT @PoojaDasani1: Classic example #WeNurses https://t.co/5aGAq3jsXH
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:22
RT @CalvinMoorley: @WeNurses In sexual health I interviewed participants who I had to ask to explain the jargon #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:22
RT @CalvinMoorley: @WeNurses In sexual health I interviewed participants who I had to ask to explain the jargon #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:23
@JJackson_RN Language barriers must create whole new challenges. #WeNurses
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:23
Poor woman, I came flying in with an ECG machine while she was trying to get a basin and not vomit on me. Oops. #WeNurses
@CalvinMoorley
04 July 2017 20:23
Sometime we use everyday words differently which confuses pt. once heard pt told we collaspe your lungs during the op. Not helpful #WeNurses
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:23
Need to remember that jargon excludes those not in the know - often that will be the patient, or perhaps junior staff #wenurses
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:23
@JJackson_RN What a good point! Translating complex information making it a bigger challenge #Wenurses
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:24
Multi-lingual just raises another set of issues #WeNurses https://twitter.com/JJackson_RN/status/882318505550512128
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:24
RT @EdGenomesEdu: For us @genomicsedu DNA doesn't mean 'Did Not Attend' #WeNurses
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 20:24
RT @mbishop_uk: Multi-lingual just raises another set of issues #WeNurses https://t.co/GsXcQzvg5U
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:24
RT @mbishop_uk: Multi-lingual just raises another set of issues #WeNurses https://t.co/GsXcQzvg5U
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:24
RT @mbishop_uk: Multi-lingual just raises another set of issues #WeNurses https://t.co/GsXcQzvg5U
@erna_kingue
04 July 2017 20:24
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 How do you normally tackle communicating complex topics? #WeNurses https://t.co/mI4TI1cB5r
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:25
QUESTION 3 What communication tactics do you use to overcome any barriers? Have they worked? #WeNurses https://t.co/TyOp8fnj9x
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 20:25
@EcpdCarolyn @WeEOLC #WeEoLC I'm multi-tweeting along with #WeNurses ?
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:25
Oh dear ! #WeNurses https://t.co/m5T8rTd6Hp
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:25
RT @mbishop_uk: Multi-lingual just raises another set of issues #WeNurses https://t.co/GsXcQzvg5U
@claireL23
04 July 2017 20:26
Do you know you've found the area you want to work in when you go home smiling at the end of every shift? #wenurses #wecypnurses
@samgoosejones
04 July 2017 20:26
Sometimes I assume the patient knows very little about what I am explaining until they prove me otherwise #wenurses
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:26
A3 don't forget barriers like hearing loss - being asked "how can I help you hear?" was wonderful for me & helped communication #wenurses
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:27
A3 I wish I had used translators much more liberally #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:27
I often try to echo the language the person uses #WeNurses So if the call their stomach a tummy I go with that https://t.co/kTYlyvPtT8
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:27
#WeNurses https://t.co/s4eR9YvAUp Gr8 blog Jon Roberts ‘Talking about genetics with children' using Harry Potter. Really initiative.
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:27
RT @samgoosejones: Sometimes I assume the patient knows very little about what I am explaining until they prove me otherwise #wenurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:28
RT @JJackson_RN: A3 I wish I had used translators much more liberally #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:28
Have you learnt from others in your practice? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:28
A great link for @WeCYPnurses #WeNurses https://t.co/xcORn9WeV0
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:28
Yep - good communication technique #wenurses https://t.co/xFPsonVtwT
@WeCYPnurses
04 July 2017 20:28
Fab #WeNurses https://t.co/UxGA87RhQq
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:29
#WeNurses Has anyone got any other examples and tactics that colleagues can use? https://t.co/Mg8JZlrsVu
@suechisholm01
04 July 2017 20:29
A combination of approaches through understanding non verbal cues & responses #WeNurses https://t.co/DaLpI7ZRrN
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 20:29
@mbishop_uk 'carrier' often difficult especially with reduced penetrance such as BRCA - do I have the condition or not? #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:29
@SarahChapman30 thanks :D #WeNurses
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 20:29
@samgoosejones #WeNurses But we must never assume. General literacy is population is lower than you think. Also con… https://t.co/K0i0uCaiEB
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:29
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Has anyone got any other examples and tactics that colleagues can use? https://t.co/Mg8JZlrsVu
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:29
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Has anyone got any other examples and tactics that colleagues can use? https://t.co/Mg8JZlrsVu
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:29
RT @AgencyNurse: I often try to echo the language the person uses #WeNurses So if the call their stomach a tummy I go with that https://t…
@samgoosejones
04 July 2017 20:29
In some ways I believe effectively communicating complex info can help empower patients to self-care #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:29
RT @suechisholm01: A combination of approaches through understanding non verbal cues & responses #WeNurses https://t.co/DaLpI7ZRrN
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:30
RT @MrsBosanquet: @samgoosejones #WeNurses But we must never assume. General literacy is population is lower than you think. Also consider…
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:30
RT @MrsBosanquet: @samgoosejones #WeNurses But we must never assume. General literacy is population is lower than you think. Also consider…
@NRCUK
04 July 2017 20:30
Rushing off for #dadstaxi Don't forget many don't get how U can talk about complex things in 140 characters, but U & #WeNurses rock at it!
@Esperanzabrunt1
04 July 2017 20:30
RT @AgencyNurse: I think sometimes we forget it is jargon ... ie sending someone to radiology ... vs .... going for an xray ! #WeNurses h…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:30
Its always worth checking understanding too ... and giving people information to go away with #WeNurses
@Morgypenny
04 July 2017 20:30
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses https://t.co/s4eR9YvAUp Gr8 blog Jon Roberts ‘Talking about genetics with children' using Harry Potter. Really…
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:30
#WeNurses really good point. https://t.co/bR4jz0ahCm
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:31
RT @samgoosejones: In some ways I believe effectively communicating complex info can help empower patients to self-care #wenurses
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:31
A3 Awareness of my own biases and style. Had to adjust from Canada to UK, need to be much less direct here. Perhaps maybe consider #WeNurses
@karentomlinRN
04 July 2017 20:31
My husband says people talk to me/us differently about our son when they know I'm a nurse with words he doesn't understand #wenurses
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:31
RT @NRCUK: Rushing off for #dadstaxi Don't forget many don't get how U can talk about complex things in 140 characters, but U & #WeNurses…
@RunnerNursePhil
04 July 2017 20:31
@WeNurses Slip into local dialect! Sounds silly but even down south we have them #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:31
An interesting thought - what do others think ? #WeNurses https://t.co/oTe2KCEGDK
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:31
Think the 1st step is self-awareness. Need to recognise what is & isn't plain language #wenurses
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 20:31
@EdGenomesEdu SO important to be open to communication ideas, learn from others borrow what works well great stuff from HEE #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:32
RT @MrsBosanquet: @samgoosejones #WeNurses But we must never assume. General literacy is population is lower than you think. Also consider…
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:32
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Has anyone got any other examples and tactics that colleagues can use? https://t.co/Mg8JZlrsVu
@GemGlan
04 July 2017 20:32
#wenurses @WeNurses https://t.co/uIQVudHA10
@BCH_Rare
04 July 2017 20:32
RT @PoojaDasani1: Classic example #WeNurses https://t.co/5aGAq3jsXH
@BCH_Rare
04 July 2017 20:33
RT @PoojaDasani1: Completely agree #wenurses https://t.co/rJSanGw0nx
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:33
@JJackson_RN that's interesting! Not just the words used but approach differs too #wenurses
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:33
A3 Be aware of assumptions. Have seen cartoons on tv in rooms of adult CP pts. Can't assume physical impairment= cognitive imp too #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:33
great point #WeNurses look out for subtle clues that the person you are talking too is over saturated with info https://twitter.com/Esperanzabrunt1/status/882321037324668928
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 20:33
@SarahChapman30 We use far too many acronyms as a norm. We should invite a polite tap on the shoulder when we stray! #WeNurses
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:33
RT @samgoosejones: In some ways I believe effectively communicating complex info can help empower patients to self-care #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:33
Wow thats interesting ! #Wenurses https://t.co/uP16zDfqCr
@RunnerNursePhil
04 July 2017 20:33
@mbishop_uk @WeNurses Sometimes we can get so hung up on correct language when all the pt cares about is understanding content #WeNurses
@Esperanzabrunt1
04 July 2017 20:33
RT @AgencyNurse: great point #WeNurses look out for subtle clues that the person you are talking too is over saturated with info https://…
@karentomlinRN
04 July 2017 20:34
Assumptions made both of us understand. I don't advertise my job now to ensure we're spoken to equally #Wenurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:34
A great place to start #WeNurses https://t.co/5b3nva4TEM
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:34
@TheSarcasticOwl @Lizbaker925 @sue_hatton1 @WeNurses I won't ask my banker what they mean...not easy to do #wenurses
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:34
RT @RunnerNursePhil: @WeNurses Slip into local dialect! Sounds silly but even down south we have them #WeNurses
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:34
Identifying non-verbal cues is key - with patients and colleagues alike #WeNurses https://t.co/885prgdx6T
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:34
A really important point #WeNurses https://t.co/K3DorI1Lj7
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:35
RT @AgencyNurse: Its always worth checking understanding too ... and giving people information to go away with #WeNurses
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 20:36
RT @AgencyNurse: great point #WeNurses look out for subtle clues that the person you are talking too is over saturated with info https://…
@samgoosejones
04 July 2017 20:36
@JJackson_RN Jargon question, what is CP? #wenurses
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:36
Asking the patient what their understanding is and what their expections are, we could build an open communication channel #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:37
Nicely said #WeNurses https://t.co/w3gyDNNW0f
@holisticvetUK
04 July 2017 20:37
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 Can you give examples where medical jargon has created a barrier in communication? #WeNurses https://t.co/rEoT5…
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:37
@SarahChapman30 Absolutely. It's much more than you say bur-ah and I say bore-oh (Borough) :) #Wenurses
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 20:37
@mbishop_uk Only 10%-20% of communication verbal anyway - good point #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:37
RT @samgoosejones: @JJackson_RN Jargon question, what is CP? #wenurses
@AlysonSaidWhat
04 July 2017 20:37
Always ask patients & colleagues what their understanding is first. Eliminates risk of patronising them! #WeNurses
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:37
RT @AgencyNurse: great point #WeNurses look out for subtle clues that the person you are talking too is over saturated with info https://…
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:37
#WeNurses Communication is about so much more than the words we say https://t.co/NkH8cD0mNu RCN: First Steps ‘Comm… https://t.co/Mqwa32LoCK
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:37
RT @WeNurses: A really important point #WeNurses https://t.co/K3DorI1Lj7
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:37
Yet this is really important, otherwise key information may be missed or misinterpreted. #WeNurses https://t.co/xJ4ZByY52L
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:38
#WeNurses https://t.co/suhZNgFSvC
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:38
@samgoosejones Cerebral palsy, thank you for role modelling good practice :) #Wenurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:39
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Communication is about so much more than the words we say https://t.co/NkH8cD0mNu RCN: First Steps ‘Communicati…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:39
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Communication is about so much more than the words we say https://t.co/NkH8cD0mNu RCN: First Steps ‘Communicati…
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:39
RT @SarahChapman30: @EdGenomesEdu Have come across some unusual terms for body parts... #wenurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:39
Has any experienced a situation where the subject you were communicating has been taken misinterpreted? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:39
Great question #WeNurses https://t.co/8n3sEJY2KN
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:39
good point, well made..in 140 characters too :) #wenurses https://t.co/3tAlVyIKtM
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 20:40
@sue_hatton1 All our patients are different therefore mood our communication to their style #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:40
#WeNurses https://t.co/SuC7z9pqpE
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:40
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Communication is about so much more than the words we say https://t.co/NkH8cD0mNu RCN: First Steps ‘Communicati…
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:40
A4 I once heard someone doing an ECG say, I'm just checking for lethal heart rhythms. Not best practice. #WeNurses
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:41
#WeNurses Increasingly nurses are experiencing more complex topics in their practice. Any ideas how @genomicsedu ca… https://t.co/XCQ92tytMr
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:42
Explaining to med st pts med history ... she thought i said baloney amputation ... it was below the knee #WeNurses… https://t.co/V4wKndlXfI
@CalvinMoorley
04 July 2017 20:42
@suechisholm01 Sometimes I draw #WeNurses like I'd draw a box to represent the heart to show electrical activity and how AF occurs
@susieep21
04 July 2017 20:42
RT @WeNurses: Nicely said #WeNurses https://t.co/w3gyDNNW0f
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:42
A4 Influenced by unit culture. In ITU we talked about bad case outcomes instead of death because death was a failure of our care #WeNurses
@genomicsedu
04 July 2017 20:42
RT @AgencyNurse: Explaining to med st pts med history ... she thought i said baloney amputation ... it was below the knee #WeNurses She w…
@SCaldwell7201
04 July 2017 20:43
@WeNurses You have to gauge the flow of the conversation as well. #WeNurses
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:43
A4 for our @cochraneuk campaign #theproblemwithsex, we chose 'problem' over 'dysfunction': simpler & without same connotations #wenurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:43
#WeNurses https://t.co/cL1NZ0FWj7
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:43
RT @AgencyNurse: Explaining to med st pts med history ... she thought i said baloney amputation ... it was below the knee #WeNurses She w…
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 20:43
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Has anyone got any other examples and tactics that colleagues can use? https://t.co/Mg8JZlrsVu
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:44
RT @NRCUK: Rushing off for #dadstaxi Don't forget many don't get how U can talk about complex things in 140 characters, but U & #WeNurses…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:44
Brilliantly said #WeNurses https://t.co/IJDLmHNz5F
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:45
Great point #WeNurses https://t.co/jJbbqugM8v
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 20:45
@WeNurses #WeNurses Keep it simple. Let each statement land before going on to the next thing. Check non verbals. Be honest.
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:45
#eek ! #WeNurses https://t.co/nc37NYJPdQ
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:45
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Increasingly nurses are experiencing more complex topics in their practice. Any ideas how @genomicsedu can help?…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:45
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Increasingly nurses are experiencing more complex topics in their practice. Any ideas how @genomicsedu can help?…
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:46
#WeNurses http://bit.ly/23ZIf26 @genomicsedu resources has started processWhat would help nurses to explain compl… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/882324686750846976
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:46
RT @MrsBosanquet: @WeNurses #WeNurses Keep it simple. Let each statement land before going on to the next thing. Check non verbals. Be hone…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:46
Fab stuff #WeNurses https://t.co/1wD9CayPHi
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:47
Offer information in different ways e.g. verbal explanation with diagram too, leaflet to take away etc #wenurses
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:47
Would love to hear how other explain risk - such a challenging concept to get across #WeNurses https://t.co/S4EGu20cZs
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:47
Interestingly i think social media has taught me a lot about mindfulness over language #WeNurses https://t.co/bJUjGmvaxU
@CalvinMoorley
04 July 2017 20:47
@AgencyNurse #WeNurses sometimes in ITU we get complex and then have to remember to speak at patient level
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:47
RT @MrsBosanquet: @WeNurses #WeNurses Keep it simple. Let each statement land before going on to the next thing. Check non verbals. Be hone…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:47
RT @MrsBosanquet: @WeNurses #WeNurses Keep it simple. Let each statement land before going on to the next thing. Check non verbals. Be hone…
@JJackson_RN
04 July 2017 20:48
Have to duck out early, but thank you #Wenurses Hope everyone will stop by https://t.co/RQWQmQSjlw and support our… https://t.co/krCtpXhWaH
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:48
Fab resource #WeNurses https://t.co/b9nPTXzCyF
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:48
@AgencyNurse Me too! Always striving to be accurate & clear #wenurses
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:48
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses https://t.co/kKNKyE74NA @genomicsedu resources has started processWhat would help nurses to explain complex topi…
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:48
#WeNurses @samgoosejones I love @NewcastleHosps https://t.co/Hep2zAgey1 Jargon Buster.Have you seen it? https://t.co/gFrmkcsaUQ
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:48
Thanks for joining us #WeNurses https://t.co/IsNxK98AbH
@AlisonPope4
04 July 2017 20:49
RT @MrsBosanquet: @WeNurses #WeNurses Keep it simple. Let each statement land before going on to the next thing. Check non verbals. Be hone…
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:49
RT @JJackson_RN: Have to duck out early, but thank you #Wenurses Hope everyone will stop by https://t.co/RQWQmQSjlw and support our researc…
@CalvinMoorley
04 July 2017 20:49
@WeNurses There is also cultural context I have heard pts saying they will have to be cut meaning operated - such a harsh word #WeNurses
@fikawithkitty
04 July 2017 20:50
RT @WeNurses: A useful link #WeNurses https://t.co/ukouoZOd53
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:50
Yes - but i think @genomicsedu are doing a fab job at breaking down this barrier #WeNurses https://t.co/vzFtLSEKfI
@NicolaCalder7
04 July 2017 20:50
RT @WeNurses: A really important point #WeNurses https://t.co/K3DorI1Lj7
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:51
#WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP… https://t.co/zifrcM7K1J
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:51
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP @MrsBos…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:51
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP @MrsBos…
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:51
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP @MrsBos…
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:51
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP @MrsBos…
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:52
@TheSarcasticOwl @EdGenomesEdu Massive, important topic! Some great stuff on risk here from @d_spiegel https://t.co/gdRzZPM8kR #wenurses
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 20:52
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses @samgoosejones I love @NewcastleHosps https://t.co/Hep2zAgey1 Jargon Buster.Have you seen it? https://t.co/gFrm…
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:52
Although sometimes even we need to remember not to use genomics jargon - so easy to slip into old habits #WeNurses https://t.co/YR5y48RwQD
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:52
#WeNurses Discover more about DNA genes genomes & implications for our health & society https://t.co/xsPazaBnfS Wh… https://t.co/29PaPIsiWf
@TheSarcasticOwl
04 July 2017 20:53
@samgoosejones @lizmogs @WeNurses Excellent point #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:53
Do others agree ? #WeNurses https://t.co/N2873EDZLS
@WendyJNicholson
04 July 2017 20:53
RT @sue_hatton1: @WeNurses #WeNurses Does everyone feel like I do that there's too much jargon in healthcare.
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:53
RT @WeNurses: Do others agree ? #WeNurses https://t.co/N2873EDZLS
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:53
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP @MrsBos…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:53
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Discover more about DNA genes genomes & implications for our health & society https://t.co/xsPazaBnfS What else…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:53
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Discover more about DNA genes genomes & implications for our health & society https://t.co/xsPazaBnfS What else…
@SagefemmeSB
04 July 2017 20:53
RT @AgencyNurse: Interestingly i think social media has taught me a lot about mindfulness over language #WeNurses https://t.co/bJUjGmvaxU
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:54
#WeNurses https://t.co/DAqG5kFr2Y
@WendyJNicholson
04 July 2017 20:54
@sue_hatton1 @WeNurses Let's keep it dimple #WeNurses and jargon free
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:54
#WeNurses Understand genome sequencing, and explore its impactMOOC: https://t.co/q52EtRr48J can help too. All Free
@CalvinMoorley
04 July 2017 20:54
@AgencyNurse @genomicsedu To begin with you don't hear much nurses saying I'm a genomics nurse #WeNurses so then pa… https://t.co/atupZ4P4Qu
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:54
#WeNurses https://t.co/QDuji2MVh6
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 20:54
@TheSarcasticOwl Great point and perceived severity can mean different things to different people #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 20:54
Do you think you have access to the right resources to help you communicate complex subjects? #WeNurses
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 20:54
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP @MrsBos…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:54
Good point - but my guess is this will change #WeNurses https://t.co/bZ1j8dHcAJ
@s9tmt
04 July 2017 20:55
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses nurses are dealing with communicating complex topics everyday. Sometimes difficult if you are often put on the s…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:55
What do you think ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/EdGenomesEdu/status/882326841763266565
@WendyJNicholson
04 July 2017 20:55
@SarahChapman30 Especially when trying to look at care closer to home - it's a medical model #wenurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:55
Interesting point #WeNurses https://t.co/Xt9LNZujxi
@fikawithkitty
04 July 2017 20:55
@WeNurses Yes! But think it is due to not being able to explain in simpler terms? #WeNurses
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:55
#WeNurses Published today https://t.co/C1Mdjak9yS It explores the potential of genomics to improve health and preve… https://t.co/2eywMTVtP0
@SarahChapman30
04 July 2017 20:56
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Understand genome sequencing, and explore its impactMOOC: https://t.co/q52EtRr48J can help too. All Free
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:56
#WeNurses #GenerationGenome published today:Genomic medicine is changing lives and Britain leads the field… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/882327203677167617
@AlisonPope4
04 July 2017 20:56
RT @AgencyNurse: Yes - but i think @genomicsedu are doing a fab job at breaking down this barrier #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/882325634252451842
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:56
QUESTION 6 How can the language of genomics become more user-friendly? #WeNurses https://t.co/DyLG1rTXrj
@Alanrob03343318
04 July 2017 20:56
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses nurses are dealing with communicating complex topics everyday. Sometimes difficult if you are often put on the s…
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 20:56
@WeNurses #WeNurses Need to develop a suite of bite size personalised chunks of info. I.e. Point of care testing=ri… https://t.co/pH4clft2fu
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:57
Perhaps not user friendly but more common place ? If we become familiar we become more comfortable #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/882327246530326528
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:57
RT @MrsBosanquet: @WeNurses #WeNurses Need to develop a suite of bite size personalised chunks of info. I.e. Point of care testing=right dr…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 20:57
Fab news #WeNurses https://t.co/ZoWXINi05S
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:57
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses #GenerationGenome published today:Genomic medicine is changing lives and Britain leads the field @CMO_England ht…
@zoelizprince
04 July 2017 20:58
RT @WeNurses: Nicely said #WeNurses https://t.co/w3gyDNNW0f
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:58
Well said #Wenurses https://t.co/RjJTPZpNdt
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 20:58
Great to hear #WeNurses https://t.co/92l8jJm7zO
@NHSMichelleN
04 July 2017 20:58
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP @MrsBos…
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:58
RT @WeNurses: Well said #Wenurses https://t.co/RjJTPZpNdt
@PUNC14
04 July 2017 20:59
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses #GenerationGenome published today:Genomic medicine is changing lives and Britain leads the field @CMO_England ht…
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 20:59
#WeNurses @MrsBosanquet totally agree and case studies really impactful so nurses can relate to clinical practice. https://t.co/Pk2tuI7k6e
@samgoosejones
04 July 2017 20:59
@TheSarcasticOwl @WeNurses Certainly sounds like something out of X-Men #wenurses
@jimgblair
04 July 2017 20:59
RT @MrsBosanquet: @WeNurses #WeNurses Need to develop a suite of bite size personalised chunks of info. I.e. Point of care testing=right dr…
@AlisonPope4
04 July 2017 20:59
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Take a look at our brand new animation around genomics https://t.co/yBDS0nQXct @LordWillisg @hee_lisaBP @MrsBos…
@jimgblair
04 July 2017 20:59
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses @MrsBosanquet totally agree and case studies really impactful so nurses can relate to clinical practice. https:/…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 21:00
Gosh that hour flew by ! What a fab discussion #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 21:00
Thank you to the @genomicsedu team for being such brilliant experts in the room tonight #WeNurses https://t.co/DdHYBrslhy
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 21:00
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses @MrsBosanquet totally agree and case studies really impactful so nurses can relate to clinical practice. https:/…
@MelanieJE13
04 July 2017 21:01
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses #GenerationGenome published today:Genomic medicine is changing lives and Britain leads the field @CMO_England ht…
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 21:02
Thank you for a brilliant hour #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 21:02
We developing new resources to help healthcare professionals feel comfortable with the language of genomics @GenomicsGame #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 21:02
@wenurses Thanks all great chat! #WeNurses
@CharlotteMur10
04 July 2017 21:03
RT @WeNurses: Thank you to the @genomicsedu team for being such brilliant experts in the room tonight #WeNurses https://t.co/DdHYBrslhy
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 21:03
@WeNurses @genomicsedu Thank you for hosting such an interesting discussion #WeNurses
@AlisonPope4
04 July 2017 21:03
RT @WeNurses: Thank you to the @genomicsedu team for being such brilliant experts in the room tonight #WeNurses https://t.co/DdHYBrslhy
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 21:03
And thank you to everyone who joined us this evening for your fabulous tweets and insight #WeNurses https://t.co/n0tt5C6WnQ
@samgoosejones
04 July 2017 21:03
Perhaps genomics sounds very 'science lab' and 'specialist' rather than frontline impact for some staff #WeNurses
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 21:03
RT @samgoosejones: Perhaps genomics sounds very 'science lab' and 'specialist' rather than frontline impact for some staff #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 21:03
RT @samgoosejones: Perhaps genomics sounds very 'science lab' and 'specialist' rather than frontline impact for some staff #WeNurses
@TheSarcasticOwl
04 July 2017 21:04
@WeNurses @sue_hatton1 @PoojaDasani1 @mbishop_uk Thanks! #WeNurses
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 21:04
RT @samgoosejones: Perhaps genomics sounds very 'science lab' and 'specialist' rather than frontline impact for some staff #WeNurses
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 21:04
#WeNurses our pleasure. Everyone stay in contact and let @genomicsedu know how the programme can help. https://t.co/8JsQCJpG64
@PoojaDasani1
04 July 2017 21:04
RT @WeNurses: And thank you to everyone who joined us this evening for your fabulous tweets and insight #WeNurses https://t.co/n0tt5C6WnQ
@schoolnurse17
04 July 2017 21:04
Thank you for a fab discussion - mostly lurked but was great #WeNurses
@DrUmeshPrabhu
04 July 2017 21:04
RT @WeNurses: And thank you to everyone who joined us this evening for your fabulous tweets and insight #WeNurses https://t.co/n0tt5C6WnQ
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 21:04
Absolutely #Wenurses https://t.co/4LyeuYp5so
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:04
@WeNurses @genomicsedu Great chat - so good to see the nursing community engaging /debating genomics and thanks HEE Genomics and #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
04 July 2017 21:05
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses our pleasure. Everyone stay in contact and let @genomicsedu know how the programme can help. https://t.co/8JsQCJ…
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 21:05
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses our pleasure. Everyone stay in contact and let @genomicsedu know how the programme can help. https://t.co/8JsQCJ…
@CharlotteMur10
04 July 2017 21:05
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses our pleasure. Everyone stay in contact and let @genomicsedu know how the programme can help. https://t.co/8JsQCJ…
@sue_hatton1
04 July 2017 21:05
RT @AgencyNurse: Absolutely #Wenurses https://t.co/4LyeuYp5so
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 21:06
Great ideas #Wenurses https://t.co/s3LhjQDxVC
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 21:06
On Thursday #WeNurses will be exploring ... Digital literacy in health > https://t.co/40KUan4RYh #WeNurses https://t.co/BTzeymbP9o
@samgoosejones
04 July 2017 21:06
Thank you for a swift hour of chat. Happy to have stumbled onto to twitter to join in #WeNurses
@jacmmw
04 July 2017 21:06
RT @WeNurses: Thank you to the @genomicsedu team for being such brilliant experts in the room tonight #WeNurses https://t.co/DdHYBrslhy
@mbishop_uk
04 July 2017 21:08
@TheSarcasticOwl @WeNurses @sue_hatton1 @PoojaDasani1 Thanks for your insight @TheSarcasticOwl hope you enjoyed the chat #WeNurses
@babymed_Ke
04 July 2017 21:09
RT @WeNurses: On Thursday #WeNurses will be exploring ... Digital literacy in health > https://t.co/40KUan4RYh #WeNurses https://t.co/B…
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 21:10
Thanks to @sue_hatton1 @TheSarcasticOwl @PoojaDasani1 for all your contributions! #WeNurses
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:10
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses #GenerationGenome published today:Genomic medicine is changing lives and Britain leads the field @CMO_England ht…
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:10
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Published today https://t.co/C1Mdjak9yS It explores the potential of genomics to improve health and prevent ill-…
@Sectioned_
04 July 2017 21:11
@WeNurses #WeNurses I definitely use "condition" in #mentalhealth where I an because "illness" is controversial - e… https://t.co/Md3e7PFlPd
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:11
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Understand genome sequencing, and explore its impactMOOC: https://t.co/q52EtRr48J can help too. All Free
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:11
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Discover more about DNA genes genomes & implications for our health & society https://t.co/xsPazaBnfS What else…
@AlisonPope4
04 July 2017 21:11
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses our pleasure. Everyone stay in contact and let @genomicsedu know how the programme can help. https://t.co/8JsQCJ…
@MrsBosanquet
04 July 2017 21:14
RT @WeNurses: And thank you to everyone who joined us this evening for your fabulous tweets and insight #WeNurses https://t.co/n0tt5C6WnQ
@WeNurses
04 July 2017 21:14
want to learn more about @genomicsedu a quick watch here will nail it :) #wenurses https://t.co/2HNrTY0Gwq
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:16
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Has anyone got any other examples and tactics that colleagues can use? https://t.co/Mg8JZlrsVu
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:16
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses https://t.co/s4eR9YvAUp Gr8 blog Jon Roberts ‘Talking about genetics with children' using Harry Potter. Really…
@technoxray
04 July 2017 21:17
RT @sue_hatton1: #WeNurses Published today https://t.co/C1Mdjak9yS It explores the potential of genomics to improve health and prevent ill-…
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:18
RT @WeNurses: Wow what a useful link #WeNurses https://t.co/xvPp7QQWgg
@Caroline_Benj
04 July 2017 21:20
RT @WeNurses: Hello and welcome to tonight's #WeNurses with @genomicsedu Please tweet us a hello if you are joining us https://t.co/i2rCf…
@HelenBalsdon1
04 July 2017 21:21
RT @WeNurses: On Thursday #WeNurses will be exploring ... Digital literacy in health > http://buff.ly/2sDkSnN #WeNurses https://t.co/B…
@fikawithkitty
04 July 2017 21:21
RT @WeNurses: want to learn more about @genomicsedu a quick watch here will nail it :) #wenurses https://t.co/2HNrTY0Gwq
@Jacquelin_Joyce
04 July 2017 21:24
RT @WeNurses: A useful link #WeNurses https://t.co/ukouoZOd53
@fikawithkitty
04 July 2017 21:25
RT @samgoosejones: Perhaps genomics sounds very 'science lab' and 'specialist' rather than frontline impact for some staff #WeNurses
@EdGenomesEdu
04 July 2017 21:25
RT @WeNurses: want to learn more about @genomicsedu a quick watch here will nail it :) #wenurses https://t.co/2HNrTY0Gwq
@CRH_Pearson
04 July 2017 21:29
RT @WeNurses: Interesting point #WeNurses https://t.co/Xt9LNZujxi
@WeCYPnurses
04 July 2017 21:29
RT @WeNurses: A great link for @WeCYPnurses #WeNurses https://t.co/xcORn9WeV0
@Disappo49075092
04 July 2017 21:36
RT @AgencyNurse: great point #WeNurses look out for subtle clues that the person you are talking too is over saturated with info https://…
@Disappo49075092
04 July 2017 21:36
RT @AgencyNurse: I often try to echo the language the person uses #WeNurses So if the call their stomach a tummy I go with that https://t…
@Disappo49075092
04 July 2017 21:37
RT @WeNurses: Asking questions is key so what do you think is a good question to ask? #wenurses https://t.co/nApbHZGGow
@Disappo49075092
04 July 2017 21:38
RT @samgoosejones: Perhaps genomics sounds very 'science lab' and 'specialist' rather than frontline impact for some staff #WeNurses
@Disappo49075092
04 July 2017 21:39
RT @hepworth_becky: @WeNurses Preparation is key. I want to know that you want to work with my team and know about what we do. #wenurses
@Disappo49075092
04 July 2017 21:40
RT @WeNurses: And thank you to everyone who joined us this evening for your fabulous tweets and insight #WeNurses https://t.co/n0tt5C6WnQ




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