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Hosted by WeNurses using #WeNursesThis chat is guest hosted by @Healthinfoweek
Health Information Week #HIW2020 runs from 6th July to the 12th of July and "is a national, multi-sector campaign promoting high-quality information for patients and the public. High quality health information can have a huge impact on people’s ability to stay healthy and manage illnesses effectively, giving them a better quality of life." (Health Information Week 2020)
This year the focus of the week are:
- Finding information you can trust
So we have joined forces with @healthinfoweek and will be holding a #WeNurses tweetchat during Health Information Week to explore the following questions:
- What does high quality information look like?
- Do you feel your patients know where and how to access high quality information about their health condition?
- What are the barriers they face?
- What about broader physical and mental wellbeing health information for your patients?
- What are the ways you effectively support them, and what are the things you find challenging?
- What support does your organisation provide in terms of patient information?
- How do you find high quality information to support your own health and wellbeing as a nurse?
To find out more about Health Information Week and download some useful resources please CLICK HERE
About our guests
@LindsaySnell - Lindsay is a Clinical Librarian at University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. Her role is to support clinical and management teams to make the best use of the latest evidence. She is passionate about the role of high quality information in improving patient care.
@cmmclaren - Catherine is a Library Knowledge Services Development Manager at Health Education England working across East of England and the Midlands. She works as part of a national team to supports the development and delivery of NHS Library and Knowledge Service staff and services.