Nursing Student Blog Lawsuit - page 15

by libnat

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    The issue goes beyond was it legal or not, it even goes beyond her intent. Where the issue starts and ends is with her patient. People come into the medical arena and are asked to place not only their health and well being in caregivers hands, but they are asked place their trust in them like they do with no one outside of their immediate family. One of the cornerstones of that trust is the assumption that the caregiver is a professional and deserves that trust without first proving it, they have to be confident the caregiver will not betray that trust. Among the most sacred things that includes is privacy, that the caregiver will not share their personal and extremely private experience with others. That the experience will be treated respectully and in a professional context. Even though she was not referred to by name, her private and personal interaction was not only made public, it was made light of. Her indescretion not only casts a shadow on her, it casts a shadow on the whole profession. How can you ask a patient to place total trust in caregivers and then treat that trust so carelessly. How can they trust someone when they know that person might make a joke out of her and share it with the world. What she did was more than just juvenile, it was a betrayal of trust in her and the profession. How many of us would think it was funny if details our pelvic exam or for men DRE was posted on someones site. You can't claim to be a professional entitled to trust on one hand and act like a irresponsible teen in the bar with that trust on the other. She doesn't deserve to be counted with the thousands and thousands who take that trust seriously and hold it sacred.
    VickyRN, SDChargersGirl#31, RNSC, and 2 others like this.
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    okay..i didnt readd any of this but the first comment which introduced this topic. Ive personally spoken with Nina Yoder, and shes a WONDERFUL person. her words are taken completely out of context. and i hope they reinstate her. she is 5 months from completing her accelerated program. this is just toooo much. i mean her comments about certain things were taking completely the wrong way, and i think she is just very outspoken, and SOMEONE got intimidated by it.
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    Quote from libnat
    Am I the only one seeing the satire/humor here. She's not the best writer but the style is good.
    Pretty much. I have a wicked sense of humor and didn't find one bit of her blog humorous. In fact, I found her really desperate for attention. Really. I mean, that fact that her blog is still up means a lot.

    Quote from Prettyladie
    okay..i didnt readd any of this but the first comment which introduced this topic. Ive personally spoken with Nina Yoder, and shes a WONDERFUL person. her words are taken completely out of context. and i hope they reinstate her. she is 5 months from completing her accelerated program. this is just toooo much. i mean her comments about certain things were taking completely the wrong way, and i think she is just very outspoken, and SOMEONE got intimidated by it.
    LOL! Out of context? Seriously?

    This is HER ENTIRE BLOG! This is not taken out of context. Take the blinders off. Nina Yoder is a vile women. Vile. She knows is, and loves it. Care to take a peek at the things on the bottom left of her myspace account? She loves being hated. Can't live without the drama.

    And now, she gets to live with the drama of never becoming a nurse. Thank God.




    She'll be lucky, and I mean LUCKY, if she gets to keep her CNA license, which expires October 2nd of this year.
    I bet she won't though.
    ŽNurse, VickyRN, BBFRN, and 1 other like this.
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    I would never label someone 'wonderful' who has some of the crud she has on her myspace page. It's really offensive stuff, and extremely sophomoric.
    ŽNurse, VickyRN, BBFRN, and 1 other like this.
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    Quote from Prettyladie
    okay..i didnt readd any of this but the first comment which introduced this topic..
    And you might want to read the thread before posting. I know it's 15 pages, but I read it all before posting. Inform yourself.

    Have you even read her blog???
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    im just saying.. personally from talking to her.. she is not who is being protrayed in the media. and what i meant from out of context is reffering to one article stating that she was talking about a woman's child being ugly. im not saying that she didnt violate certaing things, im saying that some of her words were taken out of context..and i dont want to read all 15 pages, because i know nina yoder, so i dont need to inform myself =)
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    Apparently, you do need to inform yourself.

    You still think we are reacting to how "she is protrayed in the media"

    We are reacting to how SHE protrayed herself.

    Big difference.
    Atheos, ivanh3, cjcsoon2brn, and 8 others like this.
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    That's right cardiac. I went to Nina Yoder's pages, she portrays herself negatively. Her blog reflects poorly on her.
    ivanh3, wooh, ŽNurse, and 7 others like this.
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    here is an article dated april 9, i think with some new information. if it's already been posted, sorry i didn't catch it.

    hearing friday for expelled u of l nursing student update - hearing called off

    http://www.wfpl.org/cms/?p=4310

    not that it means anything, but an interesting sidenote is that she's a russian immigrant.
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    Quote from anxious patient
    here is an article dated april 9, i think with some new information. if it's already been posted, sorry i didn't catch it.

    hearing friday for expelled u of l nursing student update - hearing called off

    http://www.wfpl.org/cms/?p=4310

    not that it means anything, but an interesting sidenote is that she's a russian immigrant.
    interesting, 'yoder' is a germanic name. i knew a fellow with the last name of yoder and he had been raised amish.


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