AHPRA’s draft Social Media Policy: How do we respond?

This week’s #HCSMANZ chat will discuss the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (APHPRA) draft Social media policy

@IVLINE tweeted the ImpactedNurse.com article early in the week and since then the #HCSMANZ community has been responding as you would expect in Twitter, facebook and blogs to the draft policy.

CroakeyBlog also reviewed the policy HERE and HERE and asked for health practitioners to respond to the draft policy – which they did! (15 comments and counting). Others have responded on their own blogs and you can read some of the responses here:

Impacted Nurse

Sarah Stewart

Philip Darrbyshire

Rural Flying doc

The influence of Tricorder

On Friday AHPRA responded HERE 

With the draft policy being circulated across the 14 AHPRA Boards, what do we do next? Join the discussion tonight from 8.30pm

We’ll be exploring:

What are the implications of this draft policy?

What actions can we take in the development of this policy?

Do need we a policy about social media from AHPRA? are they the most appropriate body to regulate this?

What is the impact of this policy on the public and social media media users who are not registered with AHPRA?

What is the real life impact of bad social media policy?

World Times here

 

 

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