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Discussion in 'General' started by hand2handking, Nov 13, 2015.
If this is true, then that is truly sad.
But if it's fake...Then someone has a lot of free time.
has to be fake
Sounds like a 3 episode storyline from. In The Heat of the Night
if true they "saved" the kid from growing up in a terrible household
at the twiter handle though, and "black girl problems"
Probably fake and if it's real she should lose her job. Gotta use more discretion to get a story off like that as a healthcare worker
lmaooo repped for that reference
love watching that show whenever I catch an episode
are you even allowed to disclose this type of information as a nurse
That's what I'm thinking. I thought this was against the law?
I hope that this is fake, please let it be. I don't know not my field, but does it violate HIPPA laws if no personal info is disclosed and its just a generic scenario?
OP you can't be this naïve to believe this, never mind you clearly can be
The fiction writer is pretty sexist for making the fictional character a nurse, why can't women be doctors?
This is either beyond fake or incredibly stupid on the parents side and negligent on the hospital side, I work in an acute hospital setting and if a child is to come in critical, the hospitals priority is to save that child's life using whatever resources nessesary, father would have been removed by security or hospital police and the baby would be dealt with....and yeah, that "nurse" is a dumb***** HIPPA is very serious and although she didn't release a name, she can still lose her job, that's if it's real.
Yeah that too, how is she the most qualified in the dept...that would actually be the Doctor.
these real cases of racism and false stories of racism say a lot about where we are today as a society.
depends what type of facility she is at and also how fast this all took place.
they probably did call a code (if true) and anyone part of the response team reacts as soon as possible. when people call a code nurses are the first to respond.