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Uma Mahadevan-Dasgupta @readingkafka (17.7K followers) (36.4K tweets)
The platform also enables GPs to assess their resources, record habitation & ward meetings & focus group discussions, and prepare their 5-year vision plan, from which an inter se prioritisation of activities will be made every year after deliberations. #localgovernance
Keywords: GPs, which
iLoveSpectra🎈 @iLoveSpectra (258 followers) (2.7K tweets)
PLT Miners- GPS tracked people counters deployed at hike-and-fly launch sites
map of PLT miners available to paying customers (paragliders) showing launch location, rewarded based on traffic. could even encourage development of new launch sites, which could yield greater rewards
Keywords: GPS, which
illust. @IllustSpace (1.1K followers) (1.1K tweets)
4. “Point of Interest” builder: those with an Illust Passport can gain access to a tool that publishes messages and NFTs to a given geofenced location. By using GPS coordinates and a metered radius, most content experiences can be deployed to an exact location in the world.
Keywords: GPS, experiences, Point
KC SMITH @KC_CWG (5.2K followers) (826 tweets)
"Understanding the VIX is key in trading. It helps traders measure how volatile markets are and provides insight into potential upcoming price movements. Trading anything without the VIX is like driving with no GPS."
Keywords: GPS, TIPS
Michael Lambert @GrandCamouflage (2.2K followers) (26.0K tweets)
The Royal College of General Practitioners writing (before August last year):
"every ICS needs to provide structured support to practices to design and implement localised and tailored retention schemes to help ensure GPs remain in post"
Keywords: GPs, help
Ignoble Jim Houghton (@JimRHoughton@aus.social) @JimRHoughton (6.4K followers) (151.6K tweets)
It's amazing how the same GPs who would totally dismiss notions that positive thinking tricks could improve health outcomes, are often also totally up for the idea that society is teeming with hypochondriacs who can think themselves into symptoms and illness.
Keywords: GPs, tricks
Brandon @Brandon93Smith (270 followers) (17.7K tweets)
Someone’s going to make a stripped down phone that’s a better version of a 2009 Blackberry (phone/text/email/music/web browser/gps/camera) without many other apps.
It’s going to be trendy as hell. These things are making us insane.
Keywords: gps, better
Iona अयोन සයුරි @iona_physio (253 followers) (446 tweets)
For 10 years I've been asking GPs for a referral to an ED service, so grateful to a physio on my last placement who gave a presentation on local services and @beatED for their help on how to present the evidence to request a referral which came through today 🙏 #dontgiveup
Keywords: GPs, which, help
Danielle Weitzman @DWeitzman4490 (431 followers) (15.0K tweets)
Thanks, @USPS for losing my wedding invitations. They were delivered to the wrong town and nobody at your Matawan, NJ PO is willing to look for it on site or use any of the scanner/GPS data available to try and help.
Keywords: GPS, help, willing
Dani Garavelli @DaniGaravelli1 (23.3K followers) (42.7K tweets)
I'm very grateful to all those who shared their personal experiences of ill health, tough though that was for them, to the Deep End GPs who spoke to me, the community links practitioners who allowed me to shadow them, and to @GalGael & @SimonCommScot who do such incredible work.
Keywords: GPs, experiences
NachtRave @NachtRave (150 followers) (892 tweets)
Most existing #DIY solar trackers seem to simply just balance two opposite-sided LDRs (light dependent resistors), which is easily enough done. Seems to be a common project for senior projects in uni, but I want to go a step beyond. Just calculate it, my GPS/RTC having #Arduino.
Keywords: GPS, which, light
Big AL @abitofalfonso (23 followers) (86 tweets)
"Having a mentor is like having a GPS for your career. They guide you through the unknown, share their wisdom & experiences, and help you avoid mistakes. A mentor can be a valuable asset to help you reach your professional goals." #mentorship #careeradvice
Keywords: GPS, experiences, help
Hannah @hannahchrstina (1.6K followers) (15.1K tweets)
GPs aren’t infallible and no doubt have a hugely difficult job that’s been made worse by the tories, but frustrating to see people act like there’s no issue when there are endless stories of people having appalling experiences
Keywords: GPs, experiences
Dr Dan Goyal @danielgoyal (66.1K followers) (20.8K tweets)
Most of the tablets aren’t very expensive. The follow ups with specialist cardiac nurses (new) and GPs/consultants costs money. Blood tests and managing such patients do take more time and effort and hence cost. The devices cost to fit them and follow them up.
Keywords: GPs, expensive
Dror Poleg @drorpoleg (16.0K followers) (16.3K tweets)
💰 The "iView" cost thousands to install
💳 Credit card fees were as high as 5%
🙈 The GPS map was shown only to passengers, not drivers
👁️ Cars were tracked even when off duty
🐞 The device was new, buggy, and expensive to repair
Keywords: GPS, expensive