Privacy, Disclaimers, and Professional Issues Oh My<br />Robert Fraser BScN RN<br />Learn more, help others.<br />Graduate...
Objectives<br /> Learners will understand the professional implications of social media<br />Students will learn some avai...
Case Studies<br /> Yoder’s blog, freedom of speech rights <br />Facebook photos and comments, professional obligations and...
Case Studies<br /> Yoder’s blog<br />Facebook comment<br />Placenta Picture<br />
Policies<br /> AMA Policy<br />Social Media Governance<br />Red Cross<br />Mayo Clinic<br />Social Media Policy Generator<...
Guidelines<br /> Use disclaimers<br />Be transparent<br />Be accurate<br />Be considerate<br />Do not reveal confidential ...
Disclaimers<br />
My Advice<br /> Look at organizational policy<br /> Use your real name<br /> Personal Email Address<br />Billboard rule of...
Exercise<br />Discuss your comfort with social media<br />Discuss how your employer/organizations are dealing with social ...
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Privacy, disclaimers, and professional issues oh my

  1. 1. Privacy, Disclaimers, and Professional Issues Oh My<br />Robert Fraser BScN RN<br />Learn more, help others.<br />Graduate Student, Nurse.<br />@rdjfraser<br />robertfraser.ca<br />
  2. 2. Objectives<br /> Learners will understand the professional implications of social media<br />Students will learn some available resources for developing social media policies<br />Learners will be able to protect themselves from reasonable risk while using social media<br />
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  4. 4. Case Studies<br /> Yoder’s blog, freedom of speech rights <br />Facebook photos and comments, professional obligations and patient confidentiality<br />
  5. 5. Case Studies<br /> Yoder’s blog<br />Facebook comment<br />Placenta Picture<br />
  6. 6.
  7. 7.
  8. 8. Policies<br /> AMA Policy<br />Social Media Governance<br />Red Cross<br />Mayo Clinic<br />Social Media Policy Generator<br />
  9. 9. Guidelines<br /> Use disclaimers<br />Be transparent<br />Be accurate<br />Be considerate<br />Do not reveal confidential information<br />Respect copyright laws<br />Tell others about your content<br />Be generous<br />Be a good participatant<br />
  10. 10. Disclaimers<br />
  11. 11. My Advice<br /> Look at organizational policy<br /> Use your real name<br /> Personal Email Address<br />Billboard rule of social <br /> Understand that public and private is blurred, professional obligations have not<br />
  12. 12. Exercise<br />Discuss your comfort with social media<br />Discuss how your employer/organizations are dealing with social media<br />Identify who would you need to engage to have the ability to use social media<br />

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