Pause before you post on Facebook

Pause before you post on Facebook

Don't make this student's online mistake—it could cost you your career.
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Feb 22, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

You are probably, without a doubt, on Facebook. So are your veterinary clients, your boss, your co-workers—and millions of other people. And with so much of your work life intersecting with your personal life on Facebook, it’s easy to blur the line between work-appropriate and inappropriate.

Before you update your newest Facebook photo album, consider the fate of the nursing student who posted a picture of herself posing with a placenta during lab class. She was expelled and closed her Facebook account. Click here to read more about it.

Learn your lesson from this nursing student’s story and think before you post.

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