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Post informative and educational content and participate in social media networking activities. 


Whilst  every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information contained within our website and social media channels, clinical practice and information regarding best practice moves on rapidly. No real patient should be treated unfairly upon the information contained within the information, courses or posts on CPDme. Information published is intended to encourage further reading and extended study leading to effective documenting of continuing professional development and maintaining a personal approach to lifelong learning. 


Individuals should seek professional study before delegating or making any clinical decisions that they may be called upon in practice and should be qualified and competent  with any skill or application that they adopt within their practice settings. This ensures skills, knowledge and procedures that are guided by the most up-to-date polices and information are current,  both evidence and research based, and do not put the patient at risk of harm or malpractice.


No liability is accepted by CPDme or the publishers / presenter, for errors or harm caused due to people following instructions provided by information published. Anyone practicing a skill or procedure must be competent, qualified and carry out their role within their employed scope of practice.


Be relevant and respectful: The use of social media is not meant as a platform to 'spam'. Rather, it is a vehicle through which you achieve your own goals while helping others. Maintain composure if you disagree with someone else's statement, including those about our company or its associates including paid adverts or those written by competitors, by being constructive and respectful. Keep comments and posts focused on the topic. Ask yourself, "Am I adding value to this post?"


Under no circumstances is it appropriate to enter into discussions that are religious, sexual, racially motivated, political or offensive to anyone in any way. Anyone posting such content will be reported, and banned from our social media sites and may have membership from CPDme revoked under such policy.

CPDme has a zero-tolerance policy for such behavior across the company, and members / followers who fail to comply will be dealt with swiftly with little chance to negotiate excuses.


We expect all who participate in social media on behalf of CPDme and/or on a personal level to fully understand our social media policy and to adhere to its specifications. Failure to do so could put your future participation or membership at risk. These guidelines will continually evolve as new technologies and social networking tools emerge; it is your responsibility to periodically check back to make sure you're up to date.

Public Information

Titles such as Social Worker, Paramedic and Midwife are protected which means all Health and Social Care Professionals have to be registered with a governing body. Registration enables professionals to use titles such as Radiographer and Operating Department Practitioner, a minimum standard of skills and training is recognised. Registration also reassures the public that they are being given a high standard of care by healthcare professionals. In the near future such registration is likely to also affect the standard for healthcare support staff such as Emergency Medical Technicians, Assistant Practitioners and Healthcare Assistants.


CPDme has been developed and created to support and help members progress during their professional and academic careers. We do this by encouraging Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and offering support and education around maintaining an accurate and personal development portfolio. It is becoming more frequent now for Universities and Higher Educational establishments to offer programmes that allows integration via diploma and degrees into health and social care careers. When training and education establishments create the curriculum, they have to be approved through the university accreditation system and by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) or other governing bodies. This is to ensure the qualification offered by the university is at the required standard for a healthcare professional to become registered and gain authorisation to practice.

As a member of the public you have a right to expect that when you are attended by a healthcare professional that the individual caring for you is a legitimate professional registered with a governing body and providing the level of care you warrant. Governing bodies make publicly obtainable a facility to check a healthcare professional providing your care is registered to practice and using their title officially.


Use of protected titles within CPDme is governed by strict regulation and members using such titles without entitlement will be reported to the relevant authority. This is again to protect public interest something we here at CPDme take seriously.

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