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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. “Am reading the RCN’s report and accounts. Balance sheet appears healthy: real terms income up, surplus up, pension deficit down.” @d_williams_
  2. “If poor nurses work in organisations its the organisations fault - whatever happened 2 professional accountability #nurchat” @AgencyNurse
  3. “First of my 3 keynotes went down well. ‘Why being a great clinician is no longer enough for clinical leadership’”. PDarbyshire
  4. “1 in 12 hospital meals wasted - perhaps we should stop serving 3 courses together?? Just a thought!!” @celecko
  5. “I was going to throw away all my socks, but then I got cold feet.” @davelee
  6. “Did the term “Brain attack” ever stick when talking about Stroke? woman on TV keeps saying and it just sounds silly” @AndyRKett
  7. “A quote for all NHS managers who can never accept any fault at their hospital: He who defends everything…defends nothing!” @ShaunLintern
  8. “We tell our students off if they say “basic”. “Essential” is a far more appropriate term.” @djhunter77
  9. “Some worrying news this morning: #Diabetes rates in the UK soar to nearly 3m - bit.ly/ tXDNkE” @DiabetesUK
  10. “Met a man, not in healthcare, who said he believes nurses are the backbone of the HC system. I agreed.” @DonnaCardilloRN
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