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Twitter has transformed the way people communicate since its launch in 2006, and now offers nursing students a novel way of engaging with the global healthcare community.
For the uninformed, Twitter is a real-time information network that allows people to send and receive short messages of up to 140 characters, known as 'tweets'. A tweet can be used to engage in discussion, share information, pictures or opinions, and link to content on the internet.