Twitter | Search | |
Ana Waddington
ED Paediatric sister/ Link nurse for teaching / Director / NHS worker/DFTB writer
821
Tweets
791
Following
362
Followers
Tweets
Ana Waddington retweeted
Michael Carver 21h
Its been a privilege to talk to colleagues from today about the violence reduction service at - grateful for this opportunity to share practice and build relationships with our friends in 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Southwark Playhouse Nov 12
People of the Twitter! Due to lots of performances being sold out or close to selling out we've just added a 'midweek' matinee of . When is it? Tuesday, 19 November at 3.30pm. When are tickets available? NOW!
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington Nov 13
Must watch about the criminal justice system, and 3 young men’s attempts to change their future & stop history repeating itself... well written/ realistic/ funny& hard to watch
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Matt Nov 13
Come and work with the most amazing, talented, compassionate and funny nurses ever - join the family
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Sophie Blakemore Nov 12
Stress+burnout in the ED have been popular on the Emergency Nurse website lately - so here's a reshare of a recent, very personal article, on how to safeguard against secondary traumatic stress in emergency nursing by Donna Barleycorn at
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Nikki Davies Nov 13
We’re looking to recruit B5s into our ED family. If you’ve got some experience under your belt and love problem solving, learning new things, being part of an outstanding team, & working in a fast paced & challenging environment - this job is probably for you!
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
DFTB Team Nov 10
How can you be less distractible and more present? explores the solutions Be productive and indistractible -
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Becky Platt Nov 8
Comment of the day: Me to 5y old patient: I think we need to get a special picture of your arm so we can see your bones 5y old: we could just get an X-Ray
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
The BMJ Nov 9
“The most rewarding aspect is when you [connect with] young people and start to elicit a change in the way they view knives and violence.” How the charity is teaching young people skills that can save lives
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Rebecca Long Nov 8
Give the a read this weekend. There’s a great feature on and the fantastic work young healthcare volunteers are doing ie teaching lifesaving skills to 1000s of young people across the UK
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington Nov 7
Replying to @PCCURLH @brownbec and 5 others
this is awesome infographic for patients
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington Nov 7
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Aarani S Nov 7
Brilliant teaching session yesterday . Minor injuries from our wonderful ACP . Wound management and dressings from the amazing . And some suturing practice!
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington Nov 7
Great lessons to be learnt- cannot wait to embark on this adventurous journey the team means everything to us- important to thank each other- I just did- it felt good! Try it!
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Helen O Nov 7
On suggestion have now made my account public. Hey team I’m part of passionate about teaching young people cpr, bls and haemorrhage control. Get involved volunteers@yourstance.org
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Kat Priddis Nov 7
So lucky to work with such a great teaching program organised by and This was a fab session, lots of thanks to and I learnt a lot! !
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington Nov 6
Really proud to see our team’s work showcased on BBC helping young people learn fundamental life saving skills!
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Kat Priddis Nov 4
Everyone should watch this. Last week I spent the afternoon with the incredible from . Teaching young people on a weapons awareness course. A fantastic 8 week program with psychology, first aid and ‘knives down, gloves up’ boxing initiative.
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
Sophie Blakemore Nov 4
Read more about the brilliant work teaching life-saving skills to young people at risk of violence and are doing in Emergency Nurse and then volunteer your services to this worthy cause!
Reply Retweet Like
Ana Waddington retweeted
RLH Paeds ED/Trauma Nov 3
Great to see our teams work being published & sharing the success of the project and the great work it has done to support staff wellbeing
Reply Retweet Like