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Our tweetly round up...

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

  1. “Dear BBC. Why have you failed to reference the NHS topping an international comparison of health care systems at all on your website?” @welsh_gas_doc
  2. “Good for Wales for pursuing organ donation opt-out. People are still dying on transplantation waiting lists.” @DonaldsonLiam
  3. “Tory MP Stephen Dorrell warns Government’s ‘Health Premium’ will take money away from areas with greatest health needs.” @leicesterliz
  4. “Hospital doctors are failing to match GPs’ efforts to contain prescribing costs - drug spend in hospls rising 3x faster.” @tommoberly
  5. “If it’s dangerous to use a mobile phone, you would think it might be dangerous to light up while driving.” @stevenowottny
  6. “We all have that one nursing professor who makes us think, ‘Hell, if they made it through, I know I can #nursingproblems@NursingProbs
  7. “I do think we can learn from some ‘customer service’ industries and adapt to help enhance patient experience.” @SuzetteWoodward
  8. “For every hour we delay giving antibiotics in septic shock, mortality rises by 7.6%.” @DrHilaryJones
  9. “I’m in one of those ‘I just want to cry’ moods today. Maybe clinical skills making me feel clueless will do it #fingerscrossed@Mrs_Tufty
  10. “Our award winning Respiratory Team at the Nursing Times Awards @skimmingstones1@SalfordRoyalNHS
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