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  • What is WIMPS?Davy: History, objectivesDebs: Philosophy
  • Debs: WIMPS is first and foremost a youth organisationCivic youth work model
  • WIMPS Crew and CoachesWhat a WIMPS Crew doesHow WIMPS Crew work leads to media output
  • Davy: Using WIMPS.tv, What WIMPS.tv doesOutput – outcomes – information service
  • RolloutDebs – where we areDavy – what’s plannedOur ask
  • Social media for good

    1. 1. Download from: http://issuu.com/wimps
    2. 2. WIMPS Rollout
    3. 3. Social MediaWhat is Social Media?Why use Social Media?Private voice – public voiceSocial Media and the professional – why bother?
    4. 4. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Reddit, HackerNews, Slashdot, Github, StackOverflow, Orkut, Quora, WordPress.com, Blogger, Flickr, Myspace, Tagged, Hi5, LiveJournal, Yelp, deviantART, StumbleUpon, Goodreads and Last.fm.
    5. 5. http://venturebeat.com/2012/08/22/social-media-demographics-stats-2012/For UK Statistics for 2012 see http://www.mindjumpers.com/blog/2012/01/socialmedia-uk- statistics/
    6. 6. Health 2.0 – Doctors 2.0 – Health 3.0Dedicated social networking sites for doctors like Ozmosis, SocialMD, Sermo,
    7. 7. http://socialmediatoday.com/daulton-west/825101/doctors-use-social-media-connect-patients
    8. 8. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/oct/28/lovesick-patients-stalk-doctors-online
    9. 9. Check theseDoctors’ use of social mediaAs part of the consultation on our explanatory guidance from April to June 2012, Dr Anne-Marie Cunningham (@amcunningham), a GP andClinical Lecturer at Cardiff University, wrote on the role of social media in doctors’ lives.http://www.gmc-uk.org/guidance/10900.aspDoctors’ use of social media - A draft for consultationhttp://www.gmc-uk.org/Draft_explanatory_guidance___Doctors_use_of_social_media.pdf_48499903.pdfFor more Google “doctors using social media”https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=doctors+using+social+media&aq=f&oq=doctors+using+social+media&sugexp=chrome,mod=0&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
    10. 10. Davy Sims @davysimswww.davysims.com 07736480388
    11. 11. Punishment Attacks – WeaponsHammers; Machetes; Breeze Blocks;Golf Clubs; Pick-Axes; Batons;Hatchets; Bricks; Brush Shafts;Crow Bars; Cudgels; Screwdrivers; MetalBars; Metal Rods; Metal Chairs; Kerb Stone;Samuri Swords; Sewer Rods; Spades;Tasers; Baseball Bats (including nail-studdedbats);Tarring and Feathering.
    12. 12. Punishment Attacks – Style of Attack• The most common type of attack was an assault (typical of Loyalist attacks) with 66%.• Shootings were the other 34% (typical of Republican attacks)• Republicans use firearms 68% of the time. Their second choice in weapon is baseball bats.• Loyalists are far more diverse in their choice of weapons.

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