Patients as partners
Since 1996, hundreds of graduates have embarked upon careers in nursing thanks to the degree courses at Plymouth University: uniforms pressed, ready to utilise newly learned skills for the good of their patients.
Participants, most of whom knew each other through Twitter and @WeCommunities, were given the chance to meet ‘in person’ to share ideas and connect with other people interested in healthcare and the place of technology in learning and connecting.
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Plymouth University Nursing Cohorts (@PUNC14 on Twitter)
The aim of the @PUNC project is for you, as a nursing student at Plymouth University, to learn to be 'digitally professional' and to take advantage of online discussions with other students, colleagues, and the public.
The @punc14 account is curated by people from ‘Team Punc’. Team Punc currently comprises 15 members of staff and 20 students. Overall responsibility lies with Ray Jones.