Expert: How Social Media Impacts the Mental Health of Health Care Professionals

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Paula Durlofsky, PhD, a writer for the American Psychological Association's Device Management and Digital Intelligence committee discusses how social media has impacted the mental health of health care professionals in recent years, including the COVID-19 Pandemic.

In a Pharmacy Times interview, Paula Durlofsky, PhD, a writer for the American Psychological Association's Device Management and Digital Intelligence committee discussed how social media has impacted the mental health of health care professionals in recent years, including the COVID-19 Pandemic.

She talked about how health care professionals can set up boundaries around their use of these platforms, how social media can positively benefit people in need of social connection, and the role social media plays for pharmacy students.

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