Welcome to our latest Digital Digest; our round up of interesting media bites we have found from the last few weeks.
Did you catch the BPositive Choir on Britain's Got Talent? They are a group of sickle cell warriors and supporters raising awareness of blood donation - make sure you follow them.
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Read this incredible thread on an incredible life...
Two days ago the obituaries editor came round and asked if I would like to write about someone who had done something important to do with platelets.— Tom Whipple (@whippletom) April 27, 2018
With an inward sigh, I said yes. I prepared to write the worthy-but-dull obituary of Gustav Born.
Read this excellent blog on the transition from student to registered nurse, part of the #70nursebloggers campaign...
Guy's and St Thomas have launched a great campaign, #GetUpGetMoving to aid patient's recovery...
To help our patients recover more quickly and get home sooner, we encourage them to get out of bed to eat, use the bathroom and explore the hospital facilities if they are well enough #GetUpGetMoving #EndPJParalysis: https://t.co/NrulOFDhBQ pic.twitter.com/69JQZl5PED— Guy's and St Thomas' (@GSTTnhs) May 8, 2018
For all of you who like an emoji...
A heartwarming story of Rochdale footballer Joe Thompson, who has beaten cancer twice and then scored the crucial goal that saved his team from relegation.
9th May 2017: @JJL_Thompson begins treatment after being diagnosed with cancer for a second time 😔— talkSPORT 📻 (@talkSPORT) May 8, 2018
5th May 2018: Scores goal to keep @OfficiallyDale in League One ⚽️👊
Listen to Joe's inspirational story below 🔽👏👏 pic.twitter.com/iNZnKnuVqA