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ACP welcomes new ways to communicate and engage

August 27, 2013

Here at ACP, we are excited to announce that we are live on Facebook and Twitter! We are looking forward to hearing from you though these channels.

We believe social media will help us in many of our roles and responsibilities. It allows us to interact with and listen to a wider audience. It can help us teach people what the college, pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians do. It can demonstrate that ACP is a great resource for questions or concerns about pharmacy practice.

Most importantly though, it is a way you can share your ideas with us.

We welcome your questions and comments. Our goal is to provide a community where individuals can share content, ideas, and experiences and find helpful information.

How does it work?

To keep the sites fun and lively, we ask that you respect our community guidelines. 
If you know the Alberta College of Pharmacists (ACP), you know that we are committed to high standards and ethical conduct. It’s OK to voice a complaint or disagree with another post, but please do so in a polite and constructive manner. We will remove obscenities, personal attacks, and defamatory comments about any person, group, organization or belief. Also, please know your facts before you post as we will correct or remove factual errors. 

Remember that your comments are visible to all. 
Never include your phone number, email address or other personal information in a post. Never include individually identifying patient information. If you want individual follow-up, send a message through the site to a page administrator or email us.

We hope you will like, share, and chat on our pages and get the social media ball rolling! Visit us at:

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ACPharmacists
Twitter - Twitter.com (search for @ACPharmacists).

(P.S. Our Facebook page is an organizational page. That means when you “Like” us, you get to see our posts in your newsfeed, but we don’t get any access to your personal Facebook account.)


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