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Friday Faux Pas: Teacher Loses Tenure Over Facebook Postings

Editor’s Note:This is part of an occasional series called Friday Faux Pas, which highlights missteps in social media by health-related organizations and/or their employees.  In this specific case we felt it was important to highlight the following story even though it doesn't involve a health-related organization. We believe social media are… [...]

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Friday Faux Pas: Physician Fired For Facebook Posting

Editor’s Note: This is part of an occasional series called Friday Faux Pas, which highlights missteps in social media by health-related organizations. We believe social media are overwhelmingly a force for good, but we’re not blind to potential problems. This series helps maintain the balance, and in looking at each… [...]

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Friday Faux Pas: "Rogue" Tweet via HootSuite

Editor's Note: This is part of an occasional series called Friday Faux Pas, which highlights missteps in social media by health-related organizations. We believe social media are overwhelmingly a force for good, but we're not blind to potential problems. This series helps maintain the balance, and in looking at each… [...]

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Friday Faux Pas: Nurse posts OR pics to Facebook

As reported on e-Health Insider in January: A nurse has been suspended following reports that she took photos of patients having operations and posted them on a social networking site. The member of staff from Southern General Hospital in Glasgow allegedly secretly took the pictures without other members of staff… [...]

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Friday Faux Pas

Fear is a major barrier to adoption of social media. That’s especially true within health care. Among the common objections to openness: “What if someone criticizes us on our blog?” “What if an employee posts inappropriate material on Facebook?” “What if our employees spend all their time on Facebook and… [...]

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A 12-Word Social Media Policy

The biggest risk in health care social media is not participating in the conversation.  Simply putting “find me on Facebook" or “follow me on Twitter" badges on your website does not equate with health care social media.  Having noted this, among the most common concerns that seem to limit participation… [...]

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A 12-Word Social Media Policy

The biggest risk in health care social media is not participating in the conversation.  Simply putting “find me on Facebook" or “follow me on Twitter" badges on your website does not equate with health care social media.  Having noted this, among the most common concerns that seem to limit [...]