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RIACEP Board Social Media Guidelines

Social media channels provide a great way to communicate news, information, updates and more with our members. The SAME National Office encourages our posts to use social media to spread the word about local events, recognition of post member accomplishments, etc. 

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A training on Professionalism and Branding in Social Media that may be helpful to you, your staff, and your leaders is available here.

If a member feels that a fellow member is behaving unethically on social media, they are welcome to file an ethics complaint about the incident. The process for filing such a complaint is explained here.

Provided below is a graphic as well as some suggested accompanying language that can be used for your chapter’s social media accounts, or for your leader’s personal social media feeds.

Suggested Language:

Social media is a major part of your life as an EP. Make sure you’re protecting yourself — #ACEP4U has a social media policy to help keep you and your patients safe. Read the policy.

Social Media and ACEP (PDF)