We scour the twittersphere in order to bring you our top tweets from this week. Did you make it in?
Just tried to compose a Happy Christmas email to my specialist cancer nurse and was stumped for words. She carried me through this :)
— Debbie Carnell (@Dolly61) December 13, 2011
Now, on #sepsissat, let’s get the UK knowing sepsis! Folks need to know: they’re 10x more likely to die from sepsis than in road accident!
— The UK Sepsis Trust (@SepsisUK) December 10, 2011
@NursingTimes im working xmas day 7am till 4pm, our dept to understaffed for everyone to do 4 hr shifts like last year :-(
— ☜ Gav Smith ™ (@gs2782) December 13, 2011
— Home Instead (@Home_Instead_) December 13, 2011
One in five children is obese by the end of primary school, NHS figures show gu.com/p/344q8/tf
— Society Guardian (@SocietyGuardian) December 14, 2011
@PatientsFirstUK starts legal action against 2 Trusts in support of whistleblowers. Coming to a Trust near you soon?
— David Drew (@NHSwhistleblowr) December 13, 2011
@nursingtimes Do you think that due to some recent harsh press, sometimes people’s expectations of the NHS are lower than ever?
— Consultus (@ConsultusNurses) December 14, 2011
Nurses of today are under paid, under staffed (1:12nurse:patient)and overworked AND they wonder why we leave the profession!!@NursingTimes
— Lipgloss Lil (@LipglossLil) December 14, 2011
Prof Peter Dawson Whistleblowing is not just about going outside organisations. I hope #PFirst will protect those who raise concerns within
— AnnNursingTimes (@AnnNursingTimes) December 14, 2011
Taking a break from coughing up and swallowing phlegm to eat a bowl of porridge. Bit of a busman’s holiday.
— Chris Addison (@mrchrisaddison) December 11, 2011