This advice addresses specific issues around social networking sites such as Facebook, but its principles can be applied to all kinds of online communication, including personal websites and blogs, discussion boards, email groups and instant messaging. It also covers all kinds of content shared online, including text, photographs, images, video and audio files.PS: See also, Caroline Hastie's thinkbirth blog on social media and professional black humor, which draws our attention to the writings of Anne Marie Cunningham , a GP and Clinical Lecturer in Cardiff University, Wales, UK, who is interested in the use of new technologies to further medical education.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
In this post we draw attention to social networking sites, such as Facebook. This topic is addressed at the UK Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) 'Advice by topic' site. Reference was made to this advice in the September 2011 issue of the Victorian health department's Maternity and Newborn Clinical Network Newsletter. From the UK NMC:
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