Nice paper on nursing and social media. Covers case studies and pointers to dealing with issues. I like that it stresses how important it is for nursing to engage with social media (get it right and it it will be an invaluable for healthcare)
The moral of the story: Don't post stupid things on social media.
Fiona Harvey's insight:
Good resource for privacy sessions. Woman took photo of a man and accused him of being a pedophile but he was completely innocent. Demonstrates how mistakes can be made and are difficult to correct afterwards.
Useful for Health Sciences not just to know about but to actively refer to. So much fear about using social media, but its really about being professional and respecting the views, wishes and privacy of others. Lots of other professions could learn a thing or to from this.
This was the view 2011 but I think we have come a long way. I found the comments more interesting - at least this started a conversation. It would be good to see how the list of 7 compare to how far ePortfolios have come.
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