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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. “Hours increased risk of errors & near errors & decreased nurses’ vigilance http://ajcc.aacnjournals.org/content/15/1/30.short@healthpsychuk
  2. “Some lung-function tests are simply breath-taking” @amateursuman
  3. “What have you done?” @NyeBevansGhost
  4. “Terminally ill pensioner ‘told she does not meet the criteria for continuing care’ &must fund own health staff visits - http://goo.gl/m4xjD@DyingMatters
  5. “Tories to remove limit on private beds in the NHS, so either pay for your treatment or go to the back of the queue http://bit.ly/ru1hM4@billybragg
  6. “@nursingtimes: I think patient use but must clean mask of secretions and nebuliser deposits in chamber. Need container to store them in.” @blondenurse33
  7. “Hospital boards and nurse leaders were too easily reassured about quality of care - Beasley at #midstaffsinquiry@sjcalkin
  8. “Congrats to one of our editorial board, NNRU director Jill Maben, who has been appointed as chair of nursing research at King’s College.” @GodfreyKathryn
  9. “#NHS Woke up thinking i must have had a bad dream - that the bill had been passed in 3rd reading. Oh, no, I am awake!” @claregp
  10. “#midstaffsinquiry chairman invokes Florence Nightingale saying she managed to do the simple things that Beasley says are now problems.” @shaunlintern
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