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Sociocultural Essay

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The sociocultural essay discusses the impact of social media on nurse-patient relationship. It looks at the consequences of posting patient information on social media and the importance of maintaining patient privacy and confidentiality.

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Discuss this statement as it relates to professional nursing practice, patient s privacy and confidentiality. In today s technological era, the use of social media is significantly increasing. Many healthcare professionals utilise social media as a means of communication with other healthcare professionals and it provides them with a platform for health promotion amo ng patients (Cleary, Ferguson, Jackson, & Watson, 2013) . Social media outlets such as Facebook are increasingly utilised amongst nurses as a means of expressing ...
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