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

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