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Social media guidelines

We want you to get involved in discussions online about our services and healthcare and want to be as open with you as we can.

Whilst we encourage you to comment on our pages, we may remove or ask you to remove any remarks that may be considered offensive or are defamatory towards our services or staff.


Who we follow

We like to keep up to date with the latest in health care, so we follow healthcare organisations, NHS Trusts, charities, News providers and people who talk about the types of services we offer.

By following an individual or organisation, we are not endorsing their services or tweets. We are only responsible for tweets from our main Southern Health account. 

We don't automatically follow back. 

How we tweet

As well as keeping you up to date with what we're doing, we'd like to hear what you have to say, so feel free to engage and ask @southern_nhsft 

We sometimes create #hashtags to help you keep an eye on certain topics or events and join in with trending topics. 

We will sometimes engage in #FF to let you know who we've recently followed or to thank people who have recently followed us. But we are not accountable for the tweets these people post.


We use Facebook to let you know what events are happening, share our latest news and give you the inside scoop from our services though photos and stories. 

Youtube and Vimeo

We like to share our videos with you using streaming websites. We encourage you to leave comments and share our content, but will remove any offensive comments.