e-Professionalism: Guidance on the use of social media by clinical psychologists

e-Professionalism: Guidance on the use of social media by clinical psychologists
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Summary 

This guidance is designed to help both qualified clinical psychologists and trainees to positively engage with social media whilst also adhering to standards of professional and ethical conduct. The guidance works from a broad stance given the rapid proliferation and wide range of social media, queries raised within the profession, and examples of concerns coming from the HPC and other professional groups.

 

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Contents

Introduction

What are social media?

  1. Service user confidentiality
  2. Personal material transmitted via social media
  3. Interaction with service users via social media
  4. Interactions between colleagues within professional and educational settings
  5. Research Reference

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