Medical students need training on social media privacy
The social media savvy of many incoming medical students may be leading to unintended medical privacy and confidentiality breaches, according to Pennsylvania State College of Medicine researchers. And medical schools may need to offer more guidance in potential pitfalls. "We assessed how medical students engage with social media platforms like Facebook and found that they have a pretty sophisticated understanding of its risks and benefits," said Daniel R. George, Ph.D, M.Sc.
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