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Social media

Engaging with the local population

More and more of us are using platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to communicate on a daily basis. 

NHS Canterbury and Coastal Clinical Commissioning Group recognise the value of social media in connecting with - and listening to - the people of the Canterbury and Coastal area.

Twitter and Facebook

We post regular updates via Twitter and Facebook on key news stories, events and updates we feel would be of interest to our local population. You can tweet us your queries, stay up-to-date with live tweeting from events or meetings and see images posted by our staff.

Twitter chats

Twitter chats are a great way to get a snapshot of your views and vital feedback on important issues. We will usually notify you of a scheduled chat via press release, social media and this website. If there is a particular issue you feel would benefit from an open discussion - please get in touch with us @NHSCCCCG. 

If you are participating in a Twitter chat, we ask that you observe the following guidelines

  1. Please post one question at a time - we will endeavour to respond to each question in turn
  2. Please keep your questions relevant to the topic of discussion
  3. Users are responsible for their own content, however we ask that you no not share any personal information
  4. Abuse or swearing will not be tolerated and users will be blocked immediately

Lastly, don't forget Include the relevant hashtag (#) for your question to be seen!

If you have any questions about our use of social media, please contact c4.ccg@nhs.net.