Tag: Social Media
The term social media is defined as a method that individuals can utilise to share content and data through discussion and communication using various different internet platforms. Social media in healthcare has many advantages. It can be used as a tool to communicate effectively with the public and improve the overall patient experience.
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The constant use of online social media can lead to many negative or even dangerous outcomes for adolescents (O’Reilly, et al., 2018). Analysts argue the risks of social media can cause stress, depression, low empathy and suicidal thoughts....
Last modified: 20th Oct 2021
This essay will discuss about Anh who is a Registered Nurse (RN) working on the orthopedic ward of a tertiary hospital after completing her TPPP. She was working with most of the elderly ...
Last modified: 8th Feb 2021
Does heavy social media use affect one’s self-esteem and mental well-being? This paper seeks to provide an overview of research on how self-esteem and mental well-being are negatively affected by social media....
Last modified: 16th Dec 2020
Nursing Literature Reviews
This annotated bibliography will introduce five scholarly articles regarding research on social evidence of the need of further research that needs to be done. In order to fill in the gaps additional research needs to be sufficiently demonstrated on how social media sites promotes or declines the mental health of teens....
Last modified: 24th Sep 2020
The Impact of Social Media in Healthcare The term social media is defined as a method that individuals can utilize to share content and data through discussion and communication using various d...
Last modified: 26th May 2020
The rapid growth and widespread use of social media has changed the way many people communicate and share information. Social media include various websites such as Facebook and Twitter which are the ...
Last modified: 11th Feb 2020