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Can nurses advertise their professional services on social media?

Find out how you can promote what you do without falling foul of the NMC’s or advertising regulator’s codes of practice
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Find out how you can promote what you do without falling foul of the NMC’s or advertising regulator’s codes of practice

Not all nurses are employed by an organisation, for example those providing home care, and so need to have a way of reaching their target audience.

It may strike some as unusual to see nurses advertising their services on social media and elsewhere, but provided everything they say is factual, and any claims they make can be substantiated, they are legally and ethically within their rights to do so.

However any nurse thinking of doing

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