Today marked the one-year anniversary of RNchat.I can’t believe it’s been a year, but the nursing community has become aware of the chat.Tonight’s chat brought together some of the first nurses from last year as well as some new members. Transcripts are found here and here.
Here is the transcript for #RNchat for June 11, 2010.
- T1 – Breast Cancer Communities:
- T2 – How nurses can harness the data on BRCA communities
- T3 – Nursing Strikes: what alternatives to striking are there that could affect change?
Note: this is a slightly different format I’m experimenting with. I’ll still upload the format I’ve been using, but I thought I’d give this a try.
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If you can’t see the slidedeck, you can view it here.
Below is a SlideShare of #RNchat for Friday February 19, 2010, organized in chronological order (from beginning of chat to sometime just after). Topics were:
T1 Grievances: What are best practices for grievances? When should nurses go public? How should they proceed?T2 Pharmaceutical Industry: Is the industry sufficiently supportive of nursing? How should they be involved? What can they do for us?T3 Women’s Health: What Dx and Tx disparities do you still see between men and women?
As always, thank you to those who joined today. If you’re new to #RNchat, just follow @RNchat on Twitter and we’ll provide updates and links on how to make the best use of this nursing chat. You can also send inquires to info [at] RNchat [dot] org.