Nursing Influencers and Social Media Professionalism

At THMA, we are resolving in 2023 to advance the highest standards of practice in medical aesthetics. Patient care and safety within medical facilities is obviously imperative. Professionalism in social media is critically important, too.

Physicians share a responsibility for raising public perceptions about professionalism in medical aesthetics. But this Blog and the following article will concentrate on the role of nurses as influencers in the social media world.

The informative discussion presents benefits and cautions when it comes to our use of social media in promoting ourselves and our practices in medical aesthetics. Published for the Lippincott Nursing Center, nurse Elizabeth Wirth-Tomaszewski writes that “nurses are one of the most trusted professions in the world and we need to remain professional in this relatively new role.” 

Nursing Influencers and Social Media Professionalism