Social media – using Twitter

The Partnership has a blue tick verified Twitter account @EdinburghHSCP and this is the best place for posting and sharing stories about the great work taking place in teams across the Partnership. If you have a story, video or picture you’d like to share, please send it to the Partnership’s communications team by emailing EHSCP.Communications@edinburgh.gov.uk.

We operate a blue tick verified Twitter account so that our followers know that the information we post is authentic and can be trusted. For this reason, we ask that colleagues do not set up satellite accounts for their individual teams within the Partnership.

What is Twitter?
Twitter is a social media platform that can be used to share what is going on in your work: positive experience of people in the community or good news stories.

What can Twitter be used for?
To promote key messages, share experiences, raise awareness and connect you with what’s going on in your community.

What do I need to know before using Twitter?
If you choose not to use the Partnership account to share news about your work or those you work with, and use a personal profile instead:

Remember to follow physical distancing guidelines in any photos.

How do I get stories on social media?
Make use of the EHSCP Twitter account by contacting EHSCP.communications@edinburgh.gov.uk

How do I get support?