We looked inside some of the tweets by @BAPM_Official and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Thanks @DrCBattersby @BAPM_Official for an interesting discussion on neonatal data... really good choice of topic! With the changed climate to virtual networking, a meeting of data leads across the UK seems the logical next step to support and learn from each other?
Thank you @samthebabydoc & many who joined the webinar and speakers for their very informative talks and discussions. Really good questions and @BAPM_Official will take these away to produce a FAQ. Invitations for applications to join the Data Working Group coming soon... https://t.co/8VljnfAI4m
Have you booked for our upcoming webinars? We're talking about Data on the 17th Sep and Neurodevelopmental Follow Up on the 24th. We've had some lovely feedback on our previous webinars. Book here: https://t.co/GfDs4m7vdq @RCPCHtweets @NeonatalSociety @NNAUK1 @NNAP_RCPCH https://t.co/iRboSFw57j
The next two @BAPM_Official webinars include contributions from two members of the #TIMMS team @SamJPsych @SarahESeaton. Take a look at the link if you are interested in learning more about using neonatal data for research or undertaking neurodevelopmental follow up! https://t.co/DxOJ4qL4Fc
Do you know someone that goes the extra mile for their colleagues? Say thank you by nominating them for a BAPM award. Last year's winner Kelly Harvey developed a network study day for neonatal staff to help them support good mental health for families. https://t.co/7TqYheSFbr https://t.co/gjNP8J2PhB
Do you have a safety story you can share? We will feature these on our spotlight on safety web page to help others benefit from what you've learned. Perhaps your unit's policy has changed after a baby drop or fall? See examples and get in contact: https://t.co/j9lJkI5jd9
Sub-specialty GRID applications open on Monday 7 September at 12:00 BST! A reminder that because of a system update - all applicants need to set up a new Oriel account. Check for more information here: https://t.co/KfsMlSGeKi @RCPCHtweets @broughton7777 @RCPCH_TA @HannahCJacob https://t.co/yLIi72PWgU
The Simpson Centre developed a perinatal team approach to optimal cord clamping and, over the last 9 months, have been able to deliver this intervention for every eligible baby less than 34 weeks. Read their QI Story to find out how they achieved this: https://t.co/eGwfkF1gd4 https://t.co/RStAVpo7in