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Follow these healthcare tweeters

PR Week highlights three tweeters in Healthcare you should be following.

The Twitter arm of a US-based social media platform linking patients up to swap experiences and information on treatments.

Sample recent tweets 'Health online 2013 survey data - percentage of people who have consulted online reviews of drugs dropped, http://bit.ly/VIxFgA'; '#Parkinsons members on Not Recognizing the "New Me", http://bit.ly/ZlLL9Q'

Well-regarded researcher of health policy.

Sample recent tweets 'Read more about our involvement in the #Francis Inquiry and final #MidStaffs report in our updated project page, http://ow.ly/htlsS'; 'Download our report on priority setting in #healthcare, which chimes with a new @nhsconfed & @DHgovuk report on HWBs, http://ow.ly/hdBUa'

US aggregator of vast reams of articles and fascinating research into mental health.

Sample recent tweets 'Ethnicity strongly tied to treatment-resistant schizophrenia, psych.ly/UJRTIy'; 'News: Caregiver's self-esteem, optimism impact stroke patient's depression, http://psych.ly/TP6Kjd'

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