Our tweetly round-up...
We scour the twittersphere in order to bring you our top tweets from this week. Did you make it in?
Fav new word: catastrophisers - the opposite of stoic in relation to pain management
— Michelle Watt (@mikkywatt) May 24, 2012
“If you’ve got a whistleblower there’s something wrong wi the system.Good orgnistn will welcome staff raising concerns” m.nursingtimes.net/5045251.article
— Helen H (@contempl_activ) May 23, 2012
nursingtimes.net/nursing-practi…: Comments on our NMC fees story have now reached 100, which I think is probably a record and shows the depth of feeling
— Steve Ford (@SteveJFord) May 23, 2012
#NTtwitchat I work 14 hours a week at the minute in private sector,i will really struggle to find that amount of money,shocking.
— thistledo78 (@thistledo78) May 23, 2012
— amy lou (@octobubbles) May 23, 2012
@NursingTimes i always delegate,review,re-asses,plan ahead,always hve a contingency plan! Every1 has a role & a goal,every1 reports back! :)
— taffi (@tinguji1) May 23, 2012
UK seriously discussing a “malnutrition strategy” for hospitals. Two word response: Lost & Plot.
— Philip Darbyshire (@PDarbyshire) May 22, 2012
— Julia Hobbs (@HobbsJdArt) May 22, 2012
@anniecoops ive actually been told off three times for having lucozade in the past week and i went well i have diabetes so its for a hypo :L
— hannah (@type1teenager) May 22, 2012
‘My A&E placement is the best I’ve ever had’ bit.ly/KFH57K
— studentnursingtimes (@studentNT) May 21, 2012
@NursingTimes husband can’t work due to illness, 2 young kids + only have a bursary coming in! Struggle daily 2 afford 2 stay in uni!
— Krystal(@Mrs_Stroud) May 18, 2012