International perspectives on social media guidance for nurses: a content analysis
AuthorsRyan, Gemma Sinead
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractAbstract Aim This article reports the results of an analysis of the content of national and international professional guidance on social media for the nursing profession. The aim was to consolidate good practice examples of social media guidelines, and inform the development of comprehensive guidance. Method A scoping search of professional nursing bodies’ and organisations’ social media guidance documents was undertaken using google search. Results 34 guidance documents were located, and a content analysis of these was conducted. Conclusion The results, combined with a review of competency hearings and literature, indicate that guidance should consider the wider context of social media, and support nurses to navigate and negotiate the differences between the real and online domains to help them translate awareness into actions.
CitationRyan G (2016) International perspectives on social media guidance for nurses: a content analysis. Nursing Management. 23, 8, 28-34.
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