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A Social Media Committee for the Society will be tasked with overseeing the social media content and policies thereof related to the society. The Committee shall include 5 members, comprising the ISRHML Secretary (chair), 2 members of the TIG, and 2 from the general membership. Members of the Committee will be ISRHML members in good standing with an active presence on social media. ISRHML will issue an annual call for volunteers and members will be nominated by the President and approved by the ISRHML EC. Committee members will serve 3-year terms and will be eligible for reappointment. In the first year, members will be appointed for 1, 2 or 3 year terms to establish staggered annual committee appointments.
The Committee will be responsible for the following activities.
The Society uses Twitter as a means to disseminate scientific knowledge regarding human milk and lactation. Only ISRHML Members who are members of the Social Media Committee may post on the Society’s behalf. ISRHML-authored posts are limited to the following:
The ISRHML Facebook Page is an outward-facing, publically-accessible entity of ISRHML. We want our presence on Facebook to be solidly based in the science of human milk and lactation, yet welcoming for those who aren’t trained scientists. We enthusiastically invite all members of the page to participate in this discussion.We expect our Facebook members to participate in and respect a certain level of decorum. We have laid out a simple set of rules to which we expect our commenters to adhere. Failing to follow these guidelines may result in removal from the page. Membership in the ISRHML Facebook page along with rules and guidelines related to posting are provided below.
The Society may wish to post using its corporate account. Only ISRHML Members who are members of the social media committee may post on the Society’s behalf. ISRHML-authored posts are limited to the following: