Has anyone had a pt's family member take pictures of you during care? - page 9
Okay, the weirdest thing happend yesterday at work. (Why do I always get the nuts???) The doctor was examining the pt and the pt's wife was holding up her phone. I thought she was looking at... Read More
0Jan 31, '11 by HorseshoeQuote from babyladyyou are kidding, right?
that is not a criminal offense and you won't find a law in any law book where taking a picture of someone that doesn't want their picture taken, is against the law.
now, you may have a civil case...but unless you are a celebrity, it is more of a request, than something you can actually take action on.
ummmmm, did you even read my post? that's exactly what i am saying. even a celebrity doesn't have a case unless they can show their image was used to sell products without their permission or they can show extreme harassment.
0Jan 31, '11 by HorseshoeQuote from rockabyeOk, my bad. I've been training in an OR lately. Maybe it's transference of my recent experience.Nurses don't wear masks and surgical caps in the newborn nursery area. The masks and surgical caps are for sterile procedures, such as attending a c-section delivery for example.
0Jan 31, '11 by eriksolnQuote from BabyLadyI personally, wouldn't freak out over a g-rated picture...whether it ends up on the internet, ie. Facebook or not. Seriously...what can someone do with a g-rated pic?
We get our pictures taken all the time, working with infants..I personally don't care..doesn't bother me one way or the other.
Never heard of "photoshop"? Friend of mine (this was a friendly gag mind you) had her picture taken bending over to pic up her kid. Someone took it and worked on it to make it look like she was body slamming him or something.
0Jan 31, '11 by Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN Senior ModeratorQuote from BabyLadyYou are kidding, right?
That is not a criminal offense and you won't find a law in any law book where taking a picture of someone that doesn't want their picture taken, is against the law.
Now, you may have a CIVIL case...but unless you are a celebrity, it is more of a request, than something you can actually take action on.
BabyLady.........he was talking about the taking of the phone itself that is a criminal offense
Forcefully taking someone's cell phone or camera, however, can get one in big trouble criminally. Horseshoe
0Feb 2, '11 by HorseshoeInteresting article about conflicts between hospital personnel and patients over photography during childbirth.