We looked inside some of the tweets by @EBNEO and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
We are poor judges of #QoL and what future holds for critically ill neonates. If we reflect on this, we can be better advocates for them and their parents. #MedTwitter #NICU #Neonatology @neosatyan @NeoToday @AAPneonatal @EBNEO @epigiri @StanfordNeo @BrianKingNeo https://t.co/539R3LwEVt
"Are results precise enough?" Trainees often struggle with this critical appraisal Q in journal clubs. Tip: Ask one simple Q. Would your management decision be different at either end of the 95%CI? If yes then results are imprecise even they're statistically significant @EBNEO
Lots of variation in practice in this poll looking at prophylactic platelet transfusions for preterm neonates. What’s the evidence? @Atul_Monash suggested a tweetorial, which is a first for me, but here we go. 1/13 https://t.co/njZfUnq74Z
@EBNEO @PlaNeT2_trial @NEJM This might be explained by @geoffreyamoore classic - "Crossing the Chasm" theory Identifying the "chasm" early is key to translating evidence to practice swiftly... Communication & dissemination is a great "enabler" such as done by @EBNEO Need to identify the "barriers"... https://t.co/D6UCPcR0AI
Our 3rd nearly identical poll presenting a scenario informed by the @PlaNeT2_trial. Compare results over time! https://t.co/NDGbZqdOCG No further dissemination gains or did the 2nd target informed respondents? #neoebm #ebneopolls https://t.co/c2PR7LMbjN
Computerised clinical decision support systems and absolute improvements in care: meta-analysis of controlled clinical trials https://t.co/gAz39X2mpx