Welcome to the #EPA2023 Social Media Toolkit!
We look forward to welcoming you to the 31st European Congress of Psychiatry, gathering psychiatry specialists from all over the world. To enhance your experience and ability to connect with people, we encourage you to share information about the Congress, and your participation in it, on social media – before and during the event.
The official hashtag for EPA 2023 is #EPA2023. Make sure to use the hashtag when tweeting and posting, to be part of the discussion.
Hashtags help connect users within related conversations and are also searchable, making them a valuable resource for both clinicians and patients. We highlight and encourage the use of hashtags but recommend using no more than three per tweet or post.
Other hashtags you can include in your tweets and posts include:
What to share
Here are some tips and ideas on what to share during #EPA2023:
Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn
Sample copy (feel free to edit)
Prior to Congress
- I will be attending #EPA2023 in-person congress – 25 – 38 March 2023! Join me! – epa-congress.org
- I will be joining #EPA2023 in-person congress! I invite you to attend – epa-congress.org
- Looking forward to hearing the latest scientific results on #psychiatry during #EPA2023 in-person congress! Join me epa-congress.org/register
During the Congress
- I am at #EPA2023 in-person congress and it’s looking good! You can still join online at epa-congress.org/register
- Are you at #EPA2023? Join the conversation, share the experience – epa-congress.org
- Just prepared my presentation for #EPA2023 in-person congress! I am really looking forward to [insert one or two sessions] – epa-congress.org
- I am excited to be a part of #EPA2023 – the largest focused European meeting on psychiatry of the year – epa-congress.org
- I’ll be attending #EPA2023, 25 – 28 March, in-person! You can still join – epa-congress.org/register
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Policy & Disclaimer
The official EPA social media policy is available below (EPA’s social media disclaimer). EPA strongly encourages anyone using social media to include a disclaimer in their profiles. Examples of this include, but are not limited to, “opinions are my own,” “RT does not equal endorsement” etc.
EPA’s social media disclaimer:
The European Congress of Psychiatry welcomes discussions related to all aspects of psychiatry and related research on our social media sites.
The EPA does not allow the posting of any sensitive information relating to the practice of medicine or any information that directly or indirectly could identify a patient or consumer of health care, as it is in violation of our policy.
The EPA reserves the right to remove any posts that are in violation of our policies and that are deemed offensive.
Promotion of drugs, devices and other medical technologies will not be tolerated, and any comments, discussions or links involving promotional material will be removed. Repeated attempts to post promotional content will result in the individual being blocked. Statements or opinions expressed on the page reflect the views of the contributor, and do not reflect the official views of the EPA, unless otherwise noted. The EPA cannot respond to every comment. Likes and follows on social media channels are not endorsements. The EPA assumes no liability for sensitive information posted by users.