||The present study was planned to investigate students‘ Facebook activity and opinions regarding accountability and
e-professionalism. A cross sectional study was conducted from Oct‘2013 till Jan‘2014. The study population
includes the students enrolled in MBBS, BDS and Pharm.D program belonging to different institutes of Karachi.
Descriptive statistics were determined to illustrate participant‘s characteristics and their response to the
questionnaire items, following a presentation regarding potential e-professionalism issues with Facebook. Logistic
regression model was used to evaluate the association of gender, institute and bachelor program of students with
their response. It revealed that 84.2% of the students were aware of the privacy settings available in Face book and
81.8% uses them to limit public access to their information. Male students belonging to private sector are more
likely aware of privacy settings available in Facebook. It is necessitating for young generation to be more aware of
online professionalism for gearing up their careers as healthcare providers.