Who should I be following on Twitter to stay up-to-date on the ever-changing healthcare landscape?
We’ve pulled together a list of the most interesting charities, NHS organisations and professional bodies tweeters for you to follow.
BBC Health News (@bbchealth) Stay up to date on health news, features, analysis from the BBC, via an automated feed of website headlines.
Public Health England (@PHE_UK) The official feed of Public Health England (PHE) provides you with regular news updates on the work of the organisation.
NHS England (@NHSEngland) Keep track of the latest NHS news and future plans.
The RCN (@theRCN) Are you a nurse? Than the RCN is one to follow. The RCN is a trade union and professional body supporting over 425,000 nurses, midwives, HCAs & APs.
Social Media in the NHS (@nhssm) Social Media in the NHS hosts discussions every Weds from 8 to 9pm to discuss how the NHS can use social media to benefit both patients and its staff.
BMA News (@BMANews) BMA News shares top health stories and how doctors are responding to them.
The King’s Fund (@TheKingsFund) A highly respected charity working to improve health and health care in England. The independent think tank, provides a constant source of insightful comment on how the NHS and provision of healthcare in England can be improved.