Social media guidelines and tools

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Here are some links to various regulators and professional bodies' social media guidelines.

Regulators

Nursing & Midwifery Council
General Medical Council
Health and Care Professions Council 

Professional bodies

Royal College of General Practitioners
Royal Pharmaceutical Society
British Association of Occupational Therapists & College of Occupational Therapists
The British Psychological Society
Chartered Society of
Physiotherapy

British Association of Social Workers 

Here is a collection of external infographics and other tools you may find useful.

Balance Your Media Diet  Here are Wired's suggested servings for optimal media health. 
The evolution of social media (2008-2013) The following infographic by Hootsuite offers a snapshot of the last 5 years of social media, how it has evolved and impacted our lives. 
To post or not to post?  This useful (and colourful) 'traffic light' infographic by eMerge, gives you a snapshot of what to post and what not to post online.
Is your website mobile optimised?  When a user is looking at your website on their mobile device, do they have to squint or zoom in to find critical information? Check out this infographic by rendezvousstrategies.com which offers to gain more insight into mobile internet usage. 
Infographics creator  Create simple infographics for FREE, then download them for presentations, share on social media or embed in your website. You can create more than 30 chart types.
8 mistakes to avoid  Don’t fall to the social media trap! Be informed, know these top 8 common mistakes. 
56 Top Social Media Tools for Business  Which social media tools are you using? Do you know the top social media tools for business? 

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