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An exploration of the reach of the #MakeSpace4Research hashtag

The integration of social media into modern society is a contemporary worldwide phenomenon, which has the potential to allow for rapid and global connectivity (Gibbs et al, 2015; Brady et al, 2017)....

Body dysmorphic disorder in children and young people

BDD is an increasingly prevalent condition (Himanshu et al, 2020) with psychological and functional impacts, so recognition and treatment is essential. Furthermore, suicide rates in the UK among...

Social media participatory CPD for nursing revalidation, professional development and beyond

Some organisations responsible for health care are using social media for sharing knowledge that improves nursing practice and skills. For example, the Resuscitation Council UK has made a video on A-E...

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