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Our tweetly round up ...

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We’ll scour the twittersphere and every Friday bring you our top ten tweets, did you make it in?

  1. “Older people are currently being left to lie in faeces and they currently have an obligation to help” @rwatson1955
  2. “We don’t want 100s of doctors and nurses spending all their time on management - Barbara Hakin at #confedr011” @sjcalkin
  3. “I see school nurses are being poached to meet gvmnt health visitor target. But who’s going to be targeted to fill school nurse vacancies?” @Hattie_Jacques
  4. “Basic rule is treat patients like a close relative. Quality, candour and safety follow. Applies to managers & clinicians.” @SteveBolsin
  5. “Opinion: ‘A degree in itself doesn’t make a person more caring’
  6. “My son’s been sent the new Lego hospital set. The doctor’s a woman and the nurse is a man. Cheering. #ilovelego” @salihughes
  7. “Whatever happens to future social care, many people paying now fought in WW2. Were told they’d be cared for cradle to grave. Robbed #Dilnot@AnnNursingTimes
  8. “Extended hours sitting down linked to pulmonary embolism risk Just had a walk to the kettle!” @eileenshepherd
  9. “Sometimes ops are cancelled or delayed so the poor pt is starved most of the day then refasted again if op rescheduled” @Lil_Miss_Leigh
  10. “RT @NursingTimes: Opinion: Do you tweet? Do you want to? / #nurseuk NT start to get nurses tweeting BRILLIANT!” @AgencyNurse
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