Social Media Guidelines

CALHN welcomes feedback from its followers of our social media channels. We read all comments, replies and direct messages and ensures that any emerging themes or helpful suggestions are forwarded to the relevant people in the organisation.

We are not able to reply individually to all messages received and where common topics and requests exist, we may issue a general notification.

We do not engage on issues of State or Federal politics, nor do we provide individual health and medical advice.

We reserve the right to remove any content. This includes comments, replies or direct messages that:
– contain hate speech
– contain profanity, obscenity or vulgarity
– could be considered prejudicial, racist or inflammatory
– contain nudity or offensive imagery including in profile pictures
– defame a person, people, or organisation
– contain name calling and/or personal attacks
– abuse, harass or threaten others
– intend or attempt to sell a product
– infringe on copyrights
– are considered spam comments/messages from individuals or groups, such as the same comment posted repeatedly across multiple posts
– contain or promote false information or faux science
– contain personal information (including identifying information, email addresses, phone numbers or private addresses)
– falsely represent another individual, organisation, government or entity promote a product, business, company or organisation

Acceptance of terms

By following or posting to our social media account(s), you have confirmed that you agree to adhere to CALHN’s social media guidelines.

Repeated violations of our guidelines may cause the user to be blocked or otherwise banned from accessing CALHN’s social media account(s).


CALHN captures and stores records of comments posted to its social media sites for records management purposes.

We do not capture or record the contact details of parties following its social media sites unless the information is provided for direct contact purposes. 



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