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100 Twitter feeds every nurse should follow

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The website Online Nurse Practitioner Programs recently created a comprehensive guide of nurses on Twitter, 100 Twitter Feeds Every Nurse Should Follow. One of our favorite nurse tweeters, Brittney of The Nerdy Nurse, made the list, which was organized into categories including Nurse Education & Academics, Nursing & Health, Nursing Professionals and Nursing Employment.

As Brittney pointed out in her roundup of the list, “Finding nurses to follow on Twitter can be a challenge. While a simple search may reveal tweeters who have ‘nurse,’ ‘RN,’ ‘BSN’ or another term associated with nursing in their profiles, it can be difficult to tell if that person actually tweets about nursing. And even more frustrating is to actually find tweeters that tweet routinely and about nursing related topics.”

Here are a few of her personal picks from the list:

Do you know any of the other nurses from the list? Are you on Twitter? Be sure to follow us @ScrubsMagazine and get the full list of 100 nursing Twitter accounts to follow over on The Nerdy Nurse.

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The Nerdy Nurse

Brittney Wilson, RN, BSN, also known as The Nerdy Nurse, is a Clinical Informatics Specialist practicing in Georgia. In her day job she gets to do what she loves every day: Combine technology and healthcare to improve patient outcomes. She can best be described as a patient, nurse and technology advocate, and has a passion for using technology to innovate, improve and simplify lives, especially in healthcare. Brittney blogs about nursing issues, technology, healthcare, parenting and various lifestyle topics at thenerdynurse.com
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  1. ThomBastian

    Pretty good list. Another one I think is a must is: @CNATrainingU

    They provide frequent updates on nursing assistant training by city and free CNA classes – pretty useful stuff

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