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Gemma Jul 13
How utterly amazing is this lady. Her name is Beth, & she is a nurse on my sons cancer ward at -she goes above and beyond the duties of a nurse & puts a smile on all the kids faces x such a special person ❤️🧡💛💚💙
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Community Nurse Jul 6
My brother lives in America, asked if they have District Nurses. Answer is No! Palliative care costs $10000 a month 😢 how amazing is our & District Nurses are just as valuable to the sustainability! The role needs highlighting far more
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Dr Amir Khan GP Jul 11
Wanna give a HUGE shout out and salute to the unsung HERO’S of the : The domestics/cleaners Thousands of them working everyday in the doing work that saves lives THANK YOU 😊
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Rachel Waters Jul 9
OK Twitter, let's see if you can do your thing. My husband advertising agency is working with to develop a campaign to recruit . They need some phone filmed selfie videos of male nurses in their uniforms saying their name and what they do..
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Emz4Corbyn Jul 9
The Tories & the establishment fought Nye Bevan all the way! The newspapers called him a communist & a fascist. They ran propaganda films in the cinemas against him. But he got it through & established the !! They’ll do anything to stop the good!
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ZoeRichards Jul 14
Ten things that cost nothing to a manager: 1. Giving meaningful feedback 2. Saying thank you 3. Being honest 4. Listening 5. Lending a helping hand when the chips are down 6. Giving direction 7. Being fair 8. Giving staff time 9. Having visible boundaries 10. Being kind
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Tim McCann #FBPE #FSFA 15h
It's O.K. folks. We'll be swapping membership of the largest free trade bloc in the world for "some form of arrangement" with the world's most protectionist & savagely capitalist country (with its sights on our ) in November. 🤡
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ZoeRichards Jul 14
Ten more things managers can do that cost nothing: 1. Choose language about staff with care 2. Be a role model 3. Reflect to learn 4. Keep meetings to time 5. Show by example 6. Be realistic 7. Take responsibility 8. No emails after 6pm 9. Notice people 10. Smile
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David Vance Jul 14
But but - the cannot function without foreign doctors, we are repeatedly told 🤔
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GeorgeMonbiot Jul 14
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Shruti Jul 6
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Shona Graham 11h
My boy, with a broken jaw, for trying to stop a fight 😔 Fixed by the amazing Maxillo-facial team . Where I am proud to work, but when it's on the other side, and it's your children, it's a lot different! Proud of the awesome
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Rachael Hall (The NHS Pension Specialist) Jul 8
Doctors are happy to pay their fair share of taxation, but being charged £13k tax on £5k of income (real case study) is incoherent.
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Just found out the lady we resuscitated yesterday is sat up in bed talking to her husband. I’m so happy!!! 🙈🙈🙈 ❤️⚡️
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The Faculty of Health and Wellbeing ( ) are looking to recruit a Senior Lecturer to lead and teach on undergraduate and taught postgraduate nursing and midwifery related programmes, leading as appropriate in dedicated areas
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Ashley M. Nisbet Jul 14
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Jane Bee 16h
A wk ago today my husband had a stent fitted at after a heart attack a few wks before. The care he received on Trent Cardiac Care ward was superb, esp from Nurse McClelland. We'd like to thank all involved and our wonderful . He's doing well, great recovery.
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Anna Patalong Jul 14
God bless our beloved . May we never take it for granted. Huge thanks to Paula and her team and all the surgeons and anaesthetists at the paediatric ward. We owe you so much.
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