#opencpd TWITTER CHAT
Social Media, Young People, Health and Wellbeing: Risks and Opportunities
2. What does it mean for young people to be digitally literate?
3. How do peers and/or parents influence healthy lifestyle behaviours?
4. Do schools have a responsibility to educate young people about digital health?
5. How can we best harness social media to promote young people’s health and wellbeing?
By contributing to this Twitter chat, you are consenting to your comments being used for
research. In other words, the comments made will be analysed and may be presented in a
seminar, workshop and in academic journals and conferences.
Since the comments are already in the public domain, we aim to use your names, although we ask you to not identify your school/organisation, colleagues or young people you work with. If you would not like to have your name identified, you can tweet or private message Adam Llevo (@MrAdamPE) or email him AML643@student.bham.ac.uk .
Alternatively, if you make a post and then decide that you would not like to be
involved in the project you can contact Adam Llevo and he will remove this from the
analysis. If you contact Adam Llevo after May 1 st 2017 your responses will still be used in
the reporting of the findings. If you would like to engage in the discussion but your post or
If you have any concerns about the project, you can speak to Dr Mark Griffiths who is
independent contact from the research team and would be happy to help with your queries.
Mark’s contact address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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