Collaborate on research topics across cross-functional teams
Nursing research is a vital component of the health care field. It helps nurses continue their education and stay up-to-date with the evolving medical field. It also provides a good opportunity for nurses to contribute to medical findings and improve patient outcomes.
With the use of Workplace, nurses are better engaged to achieve the objective of knowledge generation in Nursing Research. Workplace is able to complement offline workshops and competitions with quizzes via polls, and engagement and publicity campaigns. Workplace also facilities two-way dialogues and peer-to-peer learning; so any nurse can post an article of medical research, and have a discussion with the community via comments.
Do it in your organisation in 3 easy steps:
- Create an Open, Closed or Secret group (depending on the confidentiality of the discussion). For more guidance on Workplace groups, watch this video here
- Ignite discussions with specific topics and engagement campaigns
- Use Polls to align everyone’s understanding after a discussion
About Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH)
TTSH is one of Singapore’s largest multi-disciplinary hospitals with 45 clinical and allied health departments, 16 specialist centres. It has over 8,000 healthcare staff and has three institutes that are spearheading care, research and innovations in geriatric medicine, infectious diseases and ophthalmology.
For Tan Tock Seng Hospital in Singapore, internal communications becomes more complex when taking into account that 10% of the workforce is based outside of the hospital, in patients’ homes or elsewhere. It may take multiple roll calls to get a single message out to all 3,600 nurses, inside and outside of the hospital and on different shifts.
It is the first hospital in the world to use Workplace and now has over 75% of its workforce on the platform, with over 100 active groups and 300 posts in a week (as of Dec 2017).