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Our tweetly round up...

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

  1. “What a busy little day - students of all shapes and sizes. And meetings of course - we can’t let a day pass without a meeting or 2” @Bartond
  2. ”@@eileenshepherd nursing care plans are the only way to evidence nursing practice and involve the patient in self management of needs” @politicalnurse
  3. “This morning’s computer-y event is teaching me that all the academics see social media as a free data source for their analysis.” @SarahNicholas
  4. “Night shifts starting tonight. Gonna be a cold 3 nights on the ward, urgh :(” @sarah_morbey
  5. “@HSJEditor: #HSJ100 preview No 2. 18 women in the HSJ 100 - the highest placed is at No 13” < very poor show to have so few women Alastair” @leicesterliz
  6. “our #FFs this week are @nursingtimes @studentnursingtimes @nhsflufighter @nmcnews - all great nursing follows” @NurChat
  7. Movers and shakers in nursing? Four nurses were included in this year’s #HSJ100@SteveJFord
  8. “More proof of the value of nursing - Lung cancer patients twice as likely to get treatment if they see a nurse @GodfreyKathryn
  9. “Osborne puts future of incremental rises in doubt & says public sector pay needs to be more appropriate:
  10. @NorthBristolNHS A consultant even took me to MRI scan himself to ensure it was done in a timely fashion
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