Currently, the Sanford School of Medicine is in the process of getting a task force together to write a code of conduct regarding the use of internet social networking and other technologies.
I wonder if this is in response to that JAMA article that recently came out. If so, I wonder how many other medical schools are getting committees together to address social networking issues. How many medical schools already have code of conducts for social networking? – If you are in a medical school with some kind of official professionalism document which refers to social networking could you email it to me?
I think this is a good step for the medical school, and will really help clarify things for the future. We don’t need to have the same problem the University of Louisville had with Nana Yoder.