Social Media Resources
Social Media User Tips:
- Always log out of your account before closing the browser.
- Never share your password.
- Spend time setting up privacy settings to protect your personal information.
- Create the best representation of yourself; avoid foul language and posting inappropriate photos.
- Follow HIPAA guidelines; never post confidential patient information.
- Do not speak negatively about your workplace, co-workers or bosses; refer to tip three.
- Remember, once you post something, you cannot take it back, even if you delete it.
- Use your best judgment when posting; what if your grandmother saw it? Boss? Professor?
How ‘healthy’ is your password?
Your personal identity may be at risk without a strong password for your social media accounts. Read this HealthLeader story for tips on creating strong passwords.
Facebook rules for the rest of us
What is the best way to use Facebook? Can it serve as a business networking tool? Or is it just a social networking site that should be used to reconnect with personal friends? In an attempt to answer some of these questions, Social Media Today developed a set of Facebook rules.
Twitter: Rules and Best Practices
This page is a basic introduction to Twitter's rules and best practices related to some of the most common questions on Twitter best behavior.
UTHealth’s Social Media FAQ
The Office of Advancement answers your questions about social media. Check out the FAQ to learn more and submit all questions to email@example.com.
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