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#FOLLOW FRIDAY

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. “Should we ask patients to assess student nurses?” @eileenshepherd
  2. “I returned to the NHS after 6 years last week. I am literally shocked at the obvious decline in the working/healing environment.” @khalldearn  
  3. “Can nurse twitterati settle a heated office debate? Do you wear fob watches and badges at work? Are they infection control risks?” @AnnNursingTimes
  4. “Surely only if you dont do the handgel / handwash right - i.e. at point of care, before and after touching patient” @SuzetteWoodward
  5. “So irritated! Lack of staff is NOT reason to not change wet beds/give pain relief/check on pts well being” @nyte_nurs
  6. “I didn’t realise I had been intentional rounding, thought it was basic patient centered care” @ruthiegm
  7. “V interesting @NursingTimes web chat today with RCN ,was extremely insightful & worth a read if u missed it http://bit.ly/rjhXOR@AgencyNurse
  8. “We are professionals… And therefore keep work and life separate … The Nmc have recently produced a guide :) x “@lianne_lewis
  9. “Tweet Safe! Nursing and midwifery Council #NMC update guidance on use of Social networking sites bit.ly/oPxVo5@PamNelmesFoH
  10. “Not just RCOG - we opened a midwife led unit last May and our survey shows women really like it! Opening another in October.” @SWBHnhs
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