Ethics in Social Media Engagement
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many other professionals, SLPs often use social media for the exchange of
professional information as well as for personal engagement. Posting of
client-related information, uncivil remarks, misrepresentation of services,
and/or defamatory claims—whether intentional or unintentional—may cross the
boundaries of ethical and legal behavior. This session discusses myths
surrounding social media, considerations for posting, and potential
consequences of inappropriate use.
is a recorded session from the 2021 online conference “Empowered SLPs in Health
Care: Breaking Barriers and Shaping Solutions.”
You will be able
or develop institutional policies governing online conduct
examples of appropriate and inappropriate posts on social media sites with
respect to the self-imposed standards of the professions
with other members of the professions to improve adherence to ethically
prescribed professional boundaries when posting on social media
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