November 5, 2009 Leave a comment
A working group has already been developing the guidance for nhs professionals using social networking sites in their professional practice.
Link available here: http://www.library.nhs.uk/KNOWLEDGEMANAGEMENT/ViewResource.aspx?resID=289920
edit: sorry, this link no longer seems to work 24/07/2011
Link provided by Sarah Bodell, who is running an excellent entirely online MSc programme in Occupational Therapy at Salford.
The conference was reported in the informaticopia blog:
This link to a blog shows how the simplest social networking tools such as Flickr can be used in order to get people “switched on” to social networking- which I find pleasing to hear since this is my tactic!
Another interesting link, although this research is not systematically carried out and therefore the results are not reliable. This is a view of some of the staff I have worked with, who are concerned for the social implications of the people we work with on social networking sites.
So much food for thought…will digest some of this and try to formulate my thoughts more coherently.