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RT @gfry: @chcosts @MedSavingsDoc Indeed. But strong opinions shouldn't discourage the discussion. We see that too often. #hcpt
T3 Am in Awe some days of how generously they give of their experiences, opinions - what they share with those who need it.#hcldr
RT @adwww: A document that includes expert support as well as being informed by the opinions of the major platforms is the way to change. #spsm
T2 Anonymous users, will express their opinions loudly, widely, unrestricted on the whole. A necessity for #Whistleblower activism. #hcsm
T2 Any opinions can be expressed in almost any forum with little ultimate editorial controls. Anonymous users will be vocal #hcsm
T2 #Caregiving does not come with an #InstructionManual (unfortunately). It is like #parenting, everyone has opinions #carechat
RT @ElinSilveous: @nursefriendly --> RT @PLOS Twitter study of #vaccine messages: opinions are contagious, but in unexpected ways
RT @DrPlumEU: @paintoolkit2 Perhaps ask #CPHC for opinions too here or Google Plus - lots of patients and carers available for advice (and HCPs)
T1 Participating in #healthcare #tweetchats lets me float ideas, give opinions, network with laypersons & other #HCPs #hcsmca
RT @BeckyJMonroe: "@HealthSocMed: TOPIC 1 - Do online reviews of HCP matter? I get nervous that only the folks with extreme opinions take part. #hcsm"
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