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Lisa Kidd
All about & in winter, Nurse, child-herder, tea lover ☕️
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EBNursingBMJ 11h
Our latest blog is out! This week from highlights the importance of COPD to mark on 20th November
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Lisa Kidd 21h
Ah-maaaa-zzzzinnng! 💪🏻🧑🏻‍⚖️
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BMJ Patient Editor Nov 16
"With notable exceptions, we still pay far too little attention to patient feedback, patient experience, patient involvement and patient leadership"
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Sarah Knowles Nov 15
We need to stop saying there’s “no evidence” about something when we mean “there’s no RCTs.” Absolutely the latter point should be made at same time, but it’s not the only empirical method we have...
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Lisa Kidd Nov 14
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Lisa Kidd Nov 14
thought you might both be interested in this paper just online on the patient voice in developing & implementing 🙂
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HealthLiteracyPlace Nov 13
Our useful tools and techniques can help you to make sure that the information you provide is understood
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
Been fantastic working with you on this dawn...hope there’s more opportunities in the future for us to put our heads together ☺️
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
Replying to @EBNursingBMJ
I absolutely agree...should be the person that decides what’s right for them and as you say Lynn, is often the one in the know! I think it’s important that there are a range of options from which people can get the support they need/want
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
I agree...we could fill a whole evening on that...definitely a conversation I’d be up for 😀
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
Accessing OOH care for people with ongoing and multimorbid conditions, may of course be a means of exerting their control over navigating the system to meet their needs
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
*patient
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
Absolutely, so not so much ‘expert latient’ but ensuring that what we do/provide aligns with what people themselves want and need
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
Replying to @alitwy
Very true! I think things like this need to be part of a suite of options for people rather than a one size fits all approach that excludes many people who would benefit
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
health literacy is your bag...any work going on that you know of to encourage our younger generations to be more health literate when it comes to OOH care?
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
The future of is clearly online! I think some areas are further on with this agenda than others but it’s got such potential
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
Replying to @EBNursingBMJ
That’s really interesting...really challenges my (mistaken) that our older generations would be greater users of OOH care, perhaps being of the generation where the ‘health professional’ is there to fix and help each time?!
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
I was part of developing self help for stroke, a website rather than an app, but a really useful tool for supporting . It seems to me we need tools for how to manage our general health and well-being just as much as for specific LTCs
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
Replying to @alitwy
It seems to me that we can really harness the power of e/digital health with these kinds of messages
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Lisa Kidd Nov 13
Replying to @alitwy @NHSinform
There’s which provides health information online but I wonder if there are any apps that you’re aware of Dawn?
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