Have questions or need additional guidance? Reach out to email@example.com.
Johns Hopkins Medicine supports employee use of social media to communicate internally and externally. While these communication platforms create new opportunities to connect with others, we ask employees to keep in mind their responsibilities while using these media.
These guidelines cover the appropriate use of social media within the participating organizations mentioned in the Johns Hopkins Health System Social Media Policy. These guidelines are not intended to impede employees from engaging in concerted activity in accordance with the National Labor Relations Act.
The Values That Guide Us
The Johns Hopkins Medicine core values create a universal set of expectations and guidance for our daily work. These same four values can be applied to our lives outside of medical care. The exchanges we share on social media are a reflection of ourselves and can reflect upon the organization. Keeping the core values in mind while you are on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or other social media outlets can help ensure that you always make a good impression.
Excellence & Discovery: Be the best
Leadership & Integrity: Be a role model
Diversity & Inclusion: Be open
Respect & Collegiality: Be kind
- Social Media FAQs
- Use of Johns Hopkins Name
- Social Media Policy Highlights
- Best Practices for Clinicians - Twitter
- Best Practices for Clinicians - LinkedIn
Members of the press who want to contact representatives of Johns Hopkins Medicine via social media should contact JHM Media Relations on Twitter
Members of the press who want to contact a media relations representative directly about Johns Hopkins Medicine, current and potential services, employees, faculty, customers or competitors should visit JHM Media Relations.