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ARNBC has active social media platforms. We 'tweet' daily, update our Facebook page with pictures and interesting links, expand our professional network on LinkedIn, utilize Instragram as a visual medium, post videos on YouTube and have a strong, nurse-authored blog.
We know that many nurses are wary of social media (for lots of reasons some good and some unfounded), but we encourage all nurses to explore the possibilities. You don't have to sign up to view, read, or understand what people are saying. And if you do sign up, you might be surprised at how quickly you become accustomed to using these tools and how quickly you will use them to catch up on the news and connect with others.
Many political candidates will rely on Twitter and Facebook to share their thoughts, interests and calendar during the election campaign. Constituents will also use these mediums to engage with candidates. Robust discussion can and often does occur on both Facebook and Twitter.
If you have questions about social media, we encourage you to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We're happy to help you navigate this dynamic arena.
Our Social Media tools may be helpful if you've never navigated this part of cyberspace.