Privacy, professionalism and social media

Johnstone, Megan-Jane
February 2016
Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal;Feb2016, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p23
The article discusses talks about the value of privacy and professionalism in using social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn and relates the topic to the nursing profession. Topics include the need for nurses to be cautious in their use of social media, and domains where nurses are vulnerable when using social media and other information technologies including breaching privacy considerations and besmirching the personal and professional reputations of others.


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