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Responding to online criticism - DDU journal article

Now that you've read the article, 'Responding to online criticism' in the DDU journal, test your knowledge of the subject by answering the following 20 true-or-false questions.

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Section 1: The GDC's 'Guidance on using social media' states...

Mark each of the following statements as true or false:

1. Dentists must not engage with social media in their professional practice. *This question is required.
2. The term social media could include any web based application allowing the creation and sharing of content. *This question is required.
3. When posting on publicly accessible social media, if you don't identify yourself as a dental professional you do not need to follow the guidance. *This question is required.
4. It is acceptable to share information that might identify an individual patient on sites restricted to only dental professionals. *This question is required.
5. There is a risk in inadvertently breaching patient confidentiality by sharing details of a case even where the patient is not named. *This question is required.
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