Social Media and E-professionalism in Child Welfare: Policy and Practice

Research in Practice
Tuesday, March 27, 2018

This article reports that, in the United States, there is little guidance for managers and policymakers about how child welfare workers should search for or communicate with clients via social media. It offers a number of considerations for standards of e-professionalism. As well as the journal article, this summary draws on relevant guidance and frameworks from the UK.

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