Venue: Claudelands Event Centre (Oakley Room)
Presenter: Emily McKewen
Time: 10.30am - 3pm
Format: Practical computer-based workshop
Limited: Only 20 spaces available
NZVA Senior Communications Advisor Emily McKewen has been working in social media for 11 years. In this workshop she explains how you can protect your reputation and your clinic when there’s a social media crisis.
Bring your laptop and Emily will show you how to set up your social media accounts in a way that will protect your reputation.
Any person who runs their clinic social media account or wants to set up a public veterinarian social media account.
You’ll finish the course confident that you can manage a social media crisis. Emily will help you set up your page so that it protects your staff and clinic. You will have a moderation policy and a guiding set of principles for your use of social media.
Abuse of veterinarians is rife on social media. With this workshop you’ll learn how to protect yourself and your staff – and how to protect yours and your clinic’s reputation. You’ll be supported in setting up your page so that it’s safe for staff and clients.
Emily is a senior communications advisor at the New Zealand Veterinary Association. She previously worked as the Auditor-General’s media and social media advisor and had a career as a journalist. In her spare time she runs a Facebook community of 30,000 and provides pro-bono social media advise to not-for-profit organisations. She runs six Facebook pages and four business Twitter accounts.
The conference is organised and hosted by the New Zealand Veterinary Association.
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