The COMP1 Journal Club Chat will take place on May 23rd 2016: 2-3pm on Twitter.
The article discussed: Oxygen saturation targets in infants with bronchiolitis (BIDS): a double-blind, randomised, equivalence trial – please have a read of this before the event.
Getting set up with a Twitter account:
Step one: if you haven’t already, sign up here: https://twitter.com/signup?lang=en
Step two: as part of the setup process, edit your profile. You don’t have to give your personal details or ‘follow’ any other accounts if you prefer not to, as long as you have an account set up you can participate in the chat.
Step three: follow @uobpaedsjc
Step four: send a test tweet to us using the hashtag #uobjc. Here’s an example: ” @uobpaedsjc hello! #uobjc ”
This is how your tweet would look:
— Health Sciences: TEL (@bristoluniHSTEL) 5 April 2016
Find out more about using hashtags on Twitter: We are using the hashtag #uobjc to categorise our tweets into one chat stream, so this should be included in every message you send.
When taking part in the chat you are free to use the Twitter app, mobile or desktop web site, or other third party sites that you trust – whatever you like, as long as you take part! We recommend having a look at tweetchat, which you can use to easily filter all of our #uobjc chat into one stream.
To find tweets tagged with #uobjc, type in #uobjc in the search bar at the top of the screen (in any app or web view) as shown below:
Below are all the tweets made by us @uobpaedsjc as part of the twitter chat!