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Fabulous opportunity to get involved in a tweetchat about research in mental health! If you ever wondered about Twitter and what value it offers to people, then follow #WeMHNs on Monday 27th Oct at 8pm

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At 8pm on Monday October 27th I’ll be hosting a #WeMHNs tweet chat on Research in mental health nursing:

Here’s the pre-chat post from the @WeMHNurses blog, which as you’ll see links this chat to a second scheduled for December which will be hosted by André Tomlin (who runs the excellent Mental Elf website):

Research in mental health nursing
Research is about creating new knowledge. In practitioner fields like nursing, research findings can aid decisions on the provision of care or treatments, and on ways of organising services. Research uncovering the views and experiences of people using, or working in, services can be used to inform improvements.

This is the first of two linked chat s about research, and is about involvement and engagement . The…

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