I agree.The social media poses a risk as it allows instantaneous posting opportunities which provides little time for reflective thought. It also adds the burden that what is posted on the internet is trackable by the court of law even after it is deleted.
@kmciltr1 @JHUNursing A5: AFAIK, HIPPA violations are the most common I've seen in social media. Lagenfeld & Batra (2017) explores other risks of posting irresponsibly & the consequences on one's work-life are real @ https://t.co/ZvsXFOUbj5 #postre
@SungMiHong2 @kmciltr1 @JHUNursing I am 100% in agreement with you. Getting connected w/ online communities is crucial, yet it carries risks of #HIPPAviolations. To avoid social media fiascos, Lagenfeld & Batra (2017) discuss ways of online professiona
@DrAttai @RASACS @jpmeizoso @asha_zimmerman @VNikolian @LillianKao1 @LoggheMD @NirajGusani @pturnermd @AndrewMIbrahim @ScottRSteeleMD #RASJACS since you are someone who is an expert in social media for surgeons, I believe you would find the two articles on