The Information Services team at MIDIRS has developed a new pre-prepared literature search on social media and the maternity health care profession.
The use of internet social media has increased rapidly in recent years, leading the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to issue advice to its members on the use of social networking sites in July 2011. In the July/August 2012 issue of Essentially MIDIRS Catriona Jones highlighted a need to increase education and training in the use of social media for midwifery students and practitioners in order to avoid the pitfalls that can occur if sites such as Facebook, Myspace and Twitter are used inappropriately
Make your time count for more and gain fast access to a comprehensive list of bibliographic references and article abstracts grouped under this useful topic heading by using this Search Pack.We’ve surveyed the midwifery landscape to pin-point a comprehensive list of references for journal articles, original research, literature reviews, commentaries, news items and case reports on this important topic.
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