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Our tweetly round up ...

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We’ll scour the twittersphere and every week bring you our top ten tweets. Did you make it in?

  1. “Today on my masters course we learnt how to convert anologue clock to digital 24 hour clock…which am sure is the year 3 Nat curriculum…” @richgreenwood Richard Greenwood
  2. @studentNT The introduction to ‘Student Nursing Times’ video is now on it’s own YouTube channel. More videos to come. youtube.com/user/StudentNu…” AdamRoxby Adam Roxby
  3. “A broken nose is usually caused by a blow to the face. Most will heal naturally and can be managed at home #nhs http://at.nhs.uk/qBhHwG@NHSChoices NHS Choices
  4. #NURSEUK@NursingTimes: Struck off nurses ‘still on wards’ says Weir-Hughes http://bit.ly/pIP8Lr - mandatory HCA regulation needs to happen” @AgencyNurse AgencyNurse
  5. “University will provide me with a PA to help me through my degree, right? #overwhelmed :/” @FloNursingtales FlorenceNursingtales
  6. “DN: regulation of healthcare assistants isn’t most importance thing we are trying to do. Too big and complex w’force #midstaffsinquiry” @sjcalkin sarahcalkin
  7. “Fab lecture on Motor Neurone Disease today. Wasn’t a dry eye in the room after watching a video on the lives of 4 people with MND #MNDA” @sarah_morbey Sarah Morbey
  8. @PaedsSHO Carry around a chest drain bottle full of coffee, sneakily using the tubing as a straw. Wait for comments.” @amateursuman Suman Biswas
  9. “Mid staffs shld be asking why did clinicians who wanted to do right by patients gave poor care and others stood by. Not about regulators” @DrAnnaDixon
  10. “GPs in east London have collected more than 4,000 signatures for a petition that demands the Health Bill is scrapped bit.ly/qnnsmL” @tommoberly
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