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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. “Nurses not getting flu jab is bonkers. Are they planning sickies to reduce work related stress?” @TomBolger
  2. “Kinda wish UCAS website had been down when I did clearing all those years ago. There should be a no applying when drunk rule!” @TheNerdse
  3. “Sick of hearing about social media from people who don’t use it! It’s like asking my gran about a cash point. #riots” @XY_Nurse
  4. “I’m beginning to think this bursary application process is a test to evaluate your coping mechanisms for dealing with anxiety and stress!” @FloNursingtales
  5. “Nothing worse than “I’m more left wing than you”. Strikes are hard and horrible - hope I never have to.” @N1ckWarren
  6. “On Monday I start my new adventure as a Staff Nurse on an Acute Stroke Unit :) Lets hope I have many rewarding years ahead of me :)” @lcars39
  7. “Why Gail Porter is so right about hospitals #mentalhealth #mhuk @Mental_Healthy As a nurse, good to read! #perspective@0iD
  8. “On a mission success here I come… Headed to NVCC to see What it takes to become a pediatric nurse…” @sahnia06
  9. “I’m a MH student nurse with previous LD experience and think all branches would gain insight with communication/understanding” @Clumsyarse
  10. “Evidence is scientific/after the fact and instinct is experience/before the fact. Experience saves many lives.” @globeheartone
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