5 key strategies for keeping social media conflict in check

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It’s no secret that the political landscape has left many people — including nurses and other healthcare professionals — feeling concerned as the country becomes polarized. Chances are that regardless of which side you fall on or which issues are most compelling to your life, you’ve witnessed some interesting debates on social media between nurses, doctors, politicians, journalists, and members of the general public.

If your social media presence isn’t anonymous and you’re public about being a nurse, your online conduct not only represents you but also the nursing profession as a whole. Patients look to nurses for an elevated sense of ethics, honesty, and… Read entire article at Nurse.Org.


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