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This information addresses the use of social networking sites by nurses, midwives and students. It sets out how The Code: standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives (NMC 2008) might be applied in thinking about social networking sites, and provides practical tips for using them responsibly. It also sets out some principles for employers and educators on social networking policies and investigating complaints about the use of social networking sites. This information addresses specific issues around social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter but its principles can be applied to all kinds of online communication, including personal websites and blogs, discussion boards, email groups and instant messaging. It also covers all kinds of content shared online, including text, photographs, images, video and audio files.. http://www.nmc-uk.org/nurses-and-midwives/advice-by-topic/a/advice/social-networking-sites/ http://www.rnresume.net/our-services/rn-cv-writing-service/