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For people in the healthcare industry, the use of social media blurs the line between professional life and personal life. You hear of nurses, physicians, and other employees losing their jobs and their licenses by violating confidentiality or professional boundaries. Where is the line drawn?
This program will cover social media guidelines defined by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, the Federation of State Medical Boards, and the American Medical Association. The program will also address the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's social media toolkit to bring hospitals and healthcare employees up to date on social media policies. Additionally, our medicolegal expert will provide cases of unprofessionalism in social media and offer legal and risk management advice and best practices to minimize liability.
Anyone working in a hospital, including but not limited to: Nurses, Physicians, Healthcare Staff, Chief Medical Officers, Risk Managers, Human Resources, Medical Students, Residents, Interns, Nursing Students, Nurse Educators, Patient Safety Officers, Compliance Officers, and any healthcare person who uses social media.
|- FTC CAN-SPAM Act||- Defining social media|
|- Cases involving nurses & social media||- Stored Communication Act|
|- Joint Commission on texting orders||- Use of social media posts by others|
|- Social networking facts||- Legal issues in social media|
|- Hospital policy on social media||- AMA on professionalism in social media|
|- CDC's social media toolkit||- Employer policies|
|- Discrimination in social media||- Privacy issues|
|- Boards of Nursing guide to social media||And so much more!|
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