Our tweetly round-up
We scour the twittersphere in order to bring you our top tweets from this week. Did you make it in?
— HighlandPony (@HighlandPony2) April 18, 2012
— Bob Ellard (@BobEllard1) April 18, 2012
1,000 people with dementia on an antipsychotic x 12 weeks = 10 deaths + 18 cerebrovascular events + 58–94 gait disturbance#alzheimers
— Karim Saad (@KarimS3D) April 19, 2012
— Sally (@nursemaiden) April 14, 2012
@NursingTimes I see it happen every day. Nurses fight a losing battle with Hosp Managers who are fighting a losing battle against targets.
— Hayley (@Hhaylo) April 16, 2012
The wife & I went to our first NCT antenatal class yday. Just picture it - we work as a midwife & an anaesthetist…
— Suman Biswas (@amateursuman) April 15, 2012
RT @Sitkading in ICU I bathed my pts at bedtime. They slept better. Alot of my colleagues did the 4-5 am thing.
— Nursing Times (@NursingTimes) April 16, 2012
@NursingTimes if everyone over a certain age fit to leave A&E was kept in until morning the departments would become dangerously overcrowded
— Olly Jones (@OllyJones212) April 16, 2012
@NursingTimes Patients may be ruder but is this due to the lack of care and explanation. Less nurses will surely only increase complaints.
— Simon Nash (@simonnash1980) April 18, 2012
“Can’t stop laughing. The Tories are planning on teaching nurses about compassion and respect…are you going to tell them or shall I?”
— hannah slade (@hannahmge) April 18, 2012
@NursingTimes I think somtimes people lack manners, yes its stressful being a patient/relative but full on shouting at anyone is plain rude!
— Angharad T (@Miss_NinjaStar) April 18, 2012