Misconduct with or without social media

MHSLA members were being introduced to Twitter in a Geeks bearing gifts course at the MHSLA 2009 Conference when the study Online Posting of Unprofessional Content by Medical Students appeared in JAMA, and hit the news.  That added a dimension to our discussion!

The story showed up in my email box in a posting from Nursing Times: Knicker-twanging dentist struck off, and when tweets go too far.

Knicker-twanging?  I don’t find that in the Urban Dictionary

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