Study the Impact of Social Media on the Outbreak of COVID-19 Pandemic.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 660-672
AbstractThere are lots of social media tools that are accessible for medical or healthcare professionals, which include different social networking blogs, microblogs, media-sharing sites, wikis, virtual reality. All these different media tools can be utilized to develop or improve specialized networking and organiza tional promotion, education, patient education, patient care, and different public health agendas. But they also can perpetuate the risks to patients and healthcare professionals regarding the circulation of low-quality information, violate the patient privacy, and also have legal issues. To prevent all these risks, professional organizations and healthcare institutions have introduced a few guidelines. These guidelines were established to deliver emergency medicine residency programs control with leadership and best perform in the suitable practice and guidelines of social media but are valid to all residency programs that desire to create a social media presence. In this chapter, the authors describe how social media made their impact on this pandemic COVID-19 situation.
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