Can Social Media/FOAM Influence Nursing Education?

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    1. 1. Can Social Media/FOAM Influence Our Education? By Kane Guthrie FCENA
    2. 2. ME
    3. 3. Crowd Sourcing
    4. 4. Web 2.0 = Social Media Searching&sourcinginformation Sorting, saving&storing Stayingup-to-date Sharing Socialnetworking http://lifeinthefastlane.com/2009/07/web-20-for-emergency-physicians/
    5. 5. Nurses vs Web 2.0 • • • • • Lot’s of negative connotations Where behind the Drs on this stuff Enhance the care we provide Create own digital footprint Its all about conversation, education & collaboration.
    6. 6. Joe Lex
    7. 7. Death of the Textbook?
    8. 8. I’m Not Anti Tradition!
    9. 9. Note Taking
    10. 10. Lets not call it Social Media
    11. 11. Free Open Access Meducation
    12. 12. The Benefits • Knowledge/concept sharing – Around the world • • • • Asynchronous learning Rebranded social media Enhance our credibility Follow/engage conferences/course #NPD100
    13. 13. Flip theClassroom http://lifeinthefastlane.com/2009/07/web-20-for-emergency-physicians/
    14. 14. Asynchronous Learning • • • • • Meshes nicely with adult learning theory Adults learn best – being self directed Web based media Interactive Future of education
    15. 15. Kahn Academy
    16. 16. Uni Mobile Learning Teaching
    17. 17. EMCC Blogs - Podcasts • Over 190 EMCC blogs/podcasts • 17 different countries • 5 ED nursing related!
    18. 18. Digital Footprint • Google yourself • You need to control your online presence • Control the risk
    19. 19. Social Media • Facebook is out Twitter • Best value: – Your time – Your education – Engaging with others – Staying up to date
    20. 20. Google FOAM
    21. 21. The App
    22. 22. Infoamatica
    23. 23. Research
    24. 24. The Pitfalls • • • • • Evidence Information overload Merge our private & public personas Peer review Regulations, policy, guidelines
    25. 25. Evidence Academic Medicine, June 2013, Vol 88, p.893-901
    26. 26. The Data
    27. 27. Information Overload
    28. 28. Controlling the Overload
    29. 29. Merging Private & Public Personas
    30. 30. Engagement
    31. 31. Peer Review
    32. 32. Peer Review
    33. 33. Peer Review
    34. 34. De-personalised
    35. 35. Playing Safe • • • • Don’t look up/follow patients When in doubt pause Don’t post anything that can ID pt Follow social media policies
    36. 36. If you don’t get it….
    37. 37. Nursing is changing. Never before have we had the opportunity to learn from, and communicate with our colleagues with such ease. It is truly the time of inter-nurisng. Ian Miller, January 2013 .
    38. 38. Questions

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