By Sandra M. DeJong MD
Blogs and Tweets, Texting and Friending: Social Media and on-line Professionalism in future health Care summarizes the commonest errors - and their criminal and moral ramifications -made in social media by means of busy wellbeing and fitness care execs. It supplies top practices for utilizing social media whereas holding on-line professionalism. The booklet is going directly to determine different types of warning, from confidentiality of sufferer details and keeping the professional's privateness to normal netiquette in tweeting, texting, running a blog, and friending. And it publications you in constructing a school web page (or settling on to not) and handling your on-line footprint.
The hooked up iteration frequently makes use of social media, together with healthiness care pros, yet what occurs while a sufferer desires to good friend you? Or while you have already published a rant on a sufferer that will get considered by means of others? What info may possibly already be floating on the web sufferer could locate approximately you in a Google seek and that may influence your healing relationship?
Whether you're new to social media or knowledgeable consumer on your deepest lifestyles (but have not thought of what this implies for you professionally), this ebook is for you. it is the ''when'' and ''how'' to exploit social media successfully whereas conserving on-line professionalism.
- Identifies social media most sensible practices for holding on-line professionalism
- Covers a number of kinds of social media, from blogs and tweets to texting and friending
- Includes case vignettes of real-life activities and their repercussions
- Intended for the safety of either the pro and the customer or patient
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Illness is an important example. If out of the office due to illness or medical procedures, health-care professionals should obtain coverage, and not try to take care of patients while they are also taking care of themselves. 42 Liability, Malpractice, and Maintaining the Standard of Care Practitioners should limit their practice to the treatment of patients and medical conditions they are qualified to treat. For example, providing online advice to children when one is only qualified to treat adults raises concerns.
Certainly in the case of an emergency, or with a patient who is so emotionally compromised or regressed as to be unable to make a decision, such an action may be appropriate. When patients do act out on their feelings in inappropriate ways or start to talk about seeking legal action, providers would do well to stay calm and not engage in arguments with the patient. While they should probably seek their own legal counsel, practitioners may also want to think about what feelings the patient is acting out on and respond accordingly.
The patient does have some difficulty with the exercises and so she emails the therapist to get clarification. At first the emails pertain only to her physical symptoms and the exercises. However, soon the patient is describing how helpful she is finding the sessions, and how the muscles in her buttocks and groin area are feeling much stronger. She goes on to describe that she does the exercises while she is listening to music, and asks the therapist what kind of music he likes to listen to. The therapist responds with some of his musical preferences, and describes a concert he attended over the weekend.
Blogs and Tweets, Texting and Friending. Social Media and Online Professionalism in Health Care by Sandra M. DeJong MD