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Use of Twitter by Departmental Staff

Many of the staff in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health at Imperial College London, along with honorary and affiliated staff, are active uses of Twitter. A list of all the Twitter accounts associated with the department is appended below.

Twitter Account
Name
1.       Departmental account
@Imperial_PCPH
2.       UG Teaching Unit
@ICGPteaching
3.       Imperial GP Training Scheme
@ImperialGpst
4.       Global eHealth Unit
@eHealthImperial
5.       WHO Collaborating Centre
@ImperialWHOCC
6.       Azeem Majeed
@Azeem_Majeed
7.       International Conference of PCPH
@IC_PCPH
8.       John O’Donoghue
@JOD_eHealth  
9.       Anthony Laverty
@anthonylav
10.   Edward Meinert
@edwardmeinert
11.   Graham Easton
@Drgrahameaston
12.   Richard Ma
@Richard_GP
13.   Petra Wark
@PetraWark
14.   Rama Greenfield
@rgreenfield6
15.   Philip Fadahunsi
@PF_ehealth
16.   Felix Greaves
@felixgreaves
17.   Rhys Dore
@rhysdore
18.   M Jawad
@mojawad606
19.   Michelle van Velthoven
@mh_mhealth
20.   Tara Ananthesayanan
@TAnanthesayanan
21.   Ziva Cotic
@ZCotic
22.   Nikolas Mastellos
@nmastell
23.   Jose Marcano
@jsalvador13
24.   Elle Busink
@EllenBusink
25.   Cybele Wong
@Cybele_eHealth
26.   Tammy Tran
@tammybtran
27.   Josip Car
@ejosipcar
28.   Jenny Lebus
@JennyLebus
29.   Frances Carter
@fec30
30.   Andy McKeown
@Andymckeown83
31.   Jo Harris
@ICSMTeachForum
32.   Anju Verma
@dr_anjuverma
33.   Elena Barquero
@ElenaBarquero
34.   Ellie Gunn
@EJGun
35.   Aisha Newth
@aishanewth
36.   Laura Vanderbloemen
@vanderbloemen
37.   Malik Gul
@MalikGul
38.   Sonia Kumar
@soniakumar100
39.   Alex Bottle
@DrAlexBottle
40.   Paul Aylin
@maximustiberius
41.   Carol Cooper
@DrCarolCooper
42.   Helen McGeown
@Hmcgera
43.   Jessie Eerens
@JessieEerens
44.   Maria Woringer
@m_woringer
45.   Sonia Saxena
@SoniaKSaxena
46.   Myra Tilney
@m_tilney
47.   Mustafa Elmontsri
@MElmontsri
48.   Kim Foley
@KA_Foley
49.   Ravi Parekh
@raviparekh86
50.   Pirkko Carmack
@PirkkoCarmack
51.   Federica Amati
@FedeAmati
52.   Sondus Hassounah
@SondusHassounah
53.   Zeinab Mulla
@The_Zen_Baker
54.   Nia Giannakopoulou
@ngiannakop
55.   Shamini Gnani
@shamgnani

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