Dearth of guidance leaves doctors uncertain about social media

09/7/2010 | American Medical Association

Some hospitals and medical schools have policies for students and staff use of social media, but little formal ethical guidance exists to help physicians maintain appropriate boundaries online with patients. The American College of Physicians' Center for Ethics and Professionalism is revising an ethics manual to include social media policy.

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