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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. “Thousands of nurses moving to social enterprises: http://bit.ly/ujjFNs Unions fear 2 tier workforce as new staff not on NHS pensions etc.” @Simondlewis
  2. “Last day off before starting nights. Typical night shift preparation includes watching DVDs in your underwear and cursing Ra the Sun God.” @bungeechump
  3. “PM: role of nursing cannot be underestimated @nursingtimes delighted to hear of the excellence & innovation you are recognising.” @Number10gov
  4. #NTawards is best night ever. Message from pm, loads of fab nurses & spectacular dresses…and a standing ovation. Thanks Beckie, Mel & Mel.” @nursingtimesed
  5. “Fabulous to hear the inspirational work of nurses at #NTawards. Well done @NursingTimes for highlighting the positive side of our profession.” @Hattie_Jacques
  6. “First physical therapists were nurses w/ background in physical education needed to help manage the devastating effects of World War I.” @NurseSallie
  7. “Not long until my very first placement. Now that’s scary stuff, not this Halloween malarkey ;)”. @FloNursingtales
  8. “Hospital doctors are failing to match GPs’ efforts to contain prescribing costs - drug spend in hospls rising 3x faster.” @tommoberly
  9. “Diane Abbott says a lack of trust in the Government on the NHS means the Tories detoxification project is ‘in crisis’.” @jamesdwyer
  10. “Tory MP Stephen Dorrell warns Government’s ‘Health Premium’ will take money away from areas with greatest health needs.” @leicesterliz

 

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