Launched in November 2015, Evidence for Everyday Midwifery is an ongoing series of evidence relevant to everyday midwifery practice, shared on social media. We have had great feedback that midwives find it useful for keeping up to date with the latest evidence.
The hashtag is #EEMidwifery
“This hashtag is revolutionising how students and midwives alike can stay up to date with the latest evidence”
Nicola Brown @Nicolacbrown12 – third year student midwife Queen’s University Belfast, member of the RCM Student Midwives’ Forum.
Blogshots are a way of giving information in an image that can be shared on social media, like infographics. They are shared on Twitter and Facebook. Available to download and share here.
Example of the Evidence for Everyday Midwifery blogshot
Evidently Cochrane blogs:
You’ll find Evidently Cochrane blogs for this series in the Evidence for Everyday Midwifery category.
The problem with sex... Thurs 6th April 8pm GMT
A multidisciplinary team discussion around sex and sexuality as part of our The Problem with Sex campaign.
Join in on twitter using #WeMDT