Commentary: The relationship status of digital media and professionalism: it's complicated.

@article{Farnan2009CommentaryTR,
  title={Commentary: The relationship status of digital media and professionalism: it's complicated.},
  author={Jeanne M Farnan and John A. M. Paro and Jennifer T. Higa and Shalini T Reddy and Holly J. Humphrey and Vineet M Arora},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2009},
  volume={84 11},
  pages={
          1479-81
        }
}
The rising popularity of digital applications, such as social networking, media share sites, and blogging, has significantly affected how medical trainees interact with educators, colleagues, and the public. Despite the increased popularity and use of such applications amongst the current generation of trainees, medical educators have little evidence or guidance about preventing misuse and ensuring standards for professional conduct. As trainees become more technologically savvy, it is the… CONTINUE READING
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