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#FOLLOW FRIDAY

Our tweetly round up...

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We scour the twittersphere in order to bring you our top ten tweets from the week. Did you make it in?

  1. “If power companies can bamboozle the consumer, think what private health companies will do to the #NHS commissioners!” DrGrumble John Grumble
  2. “Sooo I finally picked my xmas/new yr shifts :/ Eeek! Any other #nurses working nights over xmas like me???? #WorkingChristmasLil_Miss_Leigh Leanne Cosgrove
  3. “Thousands of patients struck off by GPs http://is.gd/0eH8og < back to the 80s ! #NHSMagsNews Mags W by e1ucidate
  4. “Cuts to staffing levels make support from volunteers/family essential. Currently have 6 Pts who need feeding & at best 4 staff” studentNT studentnursingtimes RT @Hhaylo
  5. @RootCampUK: “60% of 18-25-year-olds are leaving home without the ability to cook five simple dishes” Simply wrong on every level!!” Goodbye_PMS Wilma Kirsten by healthpsychuk
  6. “The words brain cancer were horrifying.Words end of life were unspeakable. I’m not sure anyone could have helped w/that #hpmuvmer nancy by nursefriendly @@colleen_young
  7. “my colleague is a finalists at the NT Awards. Great to see people recognised for their hard work.” hannietaylor Hannah Taylor @@davedawes @nursingtimesed
  8. “TOO MAD TO SPEAK!! UNBELIEVABLE!!” RT @NHSLive: How feminism made so many nurses too grand to care - Daily Mail bit.ly/r4BqyO #nhs
  9. “Cluster PCT: A group of PCTs with all the advantages of a cluster bomb: expensive, hard to control, soon to be outlawed. #NHSLexicon” Caramd10 Cara McDonagh @PCTCassander
  10. “Sad stories at our session at the CPHCA conf. More families reliant on food parcels and fewer HVs to help them - Victorian times recreated?” @TheQNI

 

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