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Slides from a presentation on HPNA's Social Media Guide for Hospice & Palliative Nurses to encourage collaboration, leadership, connection and life-long-learning.

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  • 1. HPNA Social Media Guide forHospice & Palliative Nurses Renee Berry @rfberry Click Here Download the Guide
  • 2. What is the goal of thisguide? encourage collaboration leadership connection life-long learning
  • 3. Renée Berry @rfberryWhy palliativecare andhospice? Why digital media?
  • 4. What will we reviewtoday?Why utilize social Finding your socialmedia as a hospice rhythm.and palliative carenurse?Understanding shifts Platform overviews:in communications. LinkedIn, Twitter, Blogging, Facebook, Google+
  • 5. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse?
  • 6. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Stay in touch with current professional connections and strengthen those relationships.
  • 7. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Create new professional relationships.
  • 8. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Be accessible to new nursing leaders.
  • 9. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Learn from the expertise of contacts in different diciplines.
  • 10. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Build credibility.
  • 11. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Break down healthcare silos.
  • 12. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Encourage interdiciplinary collaboration.
  • 13. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Witness discussions on the latest research and articles being discussed in palliative care and hospice.
  • 14. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Participate in discussions on the latest research and articles being discussed in palliative care and hospice.
  • 15. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Explore opportunities
  • 16. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Explore opportunities for personal reflection,
  • 17. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Explore opportunities for personal reflection, for self care,
  • 18. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Explore opportunities for personal reflection, for self care, for preventing burnout,
  • 19. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Explore opportunities for personal reflection, for self care, for preventing burnout, for growth.
  • 20. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Support nurses for personal reflection, for self care, for preventing burnout, for growth.
  • 21. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Help the public understand palliative care.
  • 22. Why utilize social media asa hospice and palliativenurse? Print Website Blog Print Social Website Blog Media
  • 23. Why utilize social media as a hospice and palliative nurse? Understanding Shifts in Communications Print Website Blog Print Social Website Blog MediaOne-Way ConversationalMessaging
  • 24. Why utilize social media as a hospice and palliative nurse?improve the quality of information online.
  • 25. finding your social rhythm
  • 26. what doesfinding your social rhythm mean?
  • 27. what doesfinding your social rhythm mean? Finding your rhythm is a commitment.
  • 28. what doesfinding your social rhythm mean? Finding your rhythm is a commitment to learning,
  • 29. what doesfinding your social rhythm mean? Finding your rhythm is a commitment to learning, an understanding that everything will not make sense all at once,
  • 30. what doesfinding your social rhythm mean? Finding your rhythm is a commitment to learning, an understanding that everything will not make sense all at once, and that consistency and producing content come with practice.
  • 31. finding your social rhythm Palliative Nusing Leadership Institute
  • 32. finding your social rhythm It is a procses.
  • 33. finding your social rhythm Focus on practicing a public voice.
  • 34. finding your social rhythm The relevance of specific social media platfomrs will varry over time.
  • 35. finding your social rhythm Recognize the skills developed may be more important than a presence on a platform.
  • 36. finding your social rhythm Be patient with the process. Commit to learning.
  • 37. who has the Time?
  • 38. who has the Time?Recognize the skills developedmay be more important than apresence on a platform.
  • 39. who has the Time?Recognize the skills developedmay be more important than aBe patient with the process.presence on a platform.
  • 40. who has the Time? Recognize the skills developed you can important than a may be more engage in social mediaa platform. presence on platforms.& No, it does not have to take up a lot more of your time.
  • 41. LinkedIn
  • 42. LinkedInIs not just for job searching.
  • 43. LinkedInYou approve who is connected toyou and who is not.
  • 44. LinkedInYou approve who is connected toyou and who is not.Stick with connecting to people youknow.
  • 45. LinkedInStay connected with colleagues.
  • 46. LinkedInConnect with people outside ofhospice and palliative care.
  • 47. LinkedInConnect with people outside ofhospice and palliative care.Build interdiciplinary trust.
  • 48. LinkedInYour digital office space.
  • 49. Twitter
  • 50. Twitter Is not just saying things in 140 characters.
  • 51. Twitter Your digital conference room.
  • 52. Twitter How do #hashtags work?
  • 53. Twitter How do #hashtags work? #hpm
  • 54. Twitter How do #hashtags work? #hpm #nursing #palliative #hospice
  • 55. Twitter Search for a hashtag on Twitter. Save your favorite searches.
  • 56. Twitter Search for a hashtag on Twitter. Follow suggested users for hashtags.
  • 57. Twitter
  • 58. Twitter
  • 59. Twitter Home Where you see tweets sent by the people you follow.
  • 60. Twitter @Connect Where you see tweets where someone includes your username in the message.
  • 61. Twitter #Discover Twitter features content based on your intersets.
  • 62. Twitter Me Where you can view the tweets you sent.
  • 63. Blogging
  • 64. BloggingScrapbooking professional interests.
  • 65. Blogging•leadership development in palliative care•moments of learning, appreciating mentors•clarifying common misconceptions•public health implications of palliative care
  • 66. Blogging•caregiver health•interdisciplinary collaboration•preventing compassion fatigue
  • 67. Blogging•clinical education and best practices•reflecting on roles of different team members•public policy issues (with a thoughtful and respectful tone)
  • 68. Blogging•supporting colleagues and inspiring youngnurses to enter the field•reflections on how healthcare issues areportrayed in the local media•reflections on how healthcare issues arediscussed in national media
  • 69. BloggingHIPPA Contributing PlaRespectful Tone Platform Selection
  • 70. Facebook
  • 71. Facebooktmi?
  • 72. FacebookYour digital living room.
  • 73. Facebook If you would notYour digital living room. invite someone into your home, do not connect with them on Facebook.
  • 74. FacebookCheck your privacy settings.
  • 75. FacebookRe-Check your privacy settings.
  • 76. FacebookChoose not to share They don’t knowanything you have what you don’t tellprivacy concernsabout. them.
  • 77. FacebookLike Pages Share interestingFacebook.com/ content.HPNAinfo
  • 78. Google+
  • 79. Google+Very public.
  • 80. Google+Great for amplifying blog posts.
  • 81. Google+Hangouts.
  • 82. Google+Hangouts.Keep an eye out for professionallyengaging live broadcasts.
  • 83. Priorities
  • 84. who has the Time?Social Media for Hospice and PalliativeNurses 1 hour/month + 10minutes/day1. LinkedIn — maintaining a profile, joininggroups, sharing blog articles2. Contribute to the HPNA blog — set agoal of writing a reflection post 2/year3. Engage on the HPNA FacebookPage every other week4. Have an active presence on Twitter(10 minutes per day)
  • 85. Engageimplement collaboration leadership connection life-long learning with digital media
  • 86. HPNA Social Media Guide forHospice & Palliative Nurses Renee Berry @rfberry Click Here Download the Guide