Is anyone else leery of posting? - page 2
Is anyone else leery of posting? I just started a new thread, but thought better of it. After reading that post the other day, from a nurse who'd posted something and her coworkers figured... Read More
Apr 23, '04Occupation: RN - oncology and palliative care Joined: Jun '00; Posts: 134; Likes: 4Never post anything you wouldn't tell Dan Rather on the 6 o'clock news.
Apr 23, '04Occupation: ED Nurse Specialty: Burn/Trauma ED ; Joined: Apr '04; Posts: 56; Likes: 6Quote from HardknoxPersonally, I make it obvious who I am (see picture at left) so that I am reminded not to post something I wouldn't want my teachers/coworkers/friends/relatives/etc to read. I've been amazed at what some people will post on here. I often think this site would be an ambulance chaser's dream come true.I cannot understand why people would post their e-mail addy's and personal web page and put their picture as their avatar and then bytch about their co-workers and work place.
Apr 23, '04Occupation: RN Joined: Dec '00; Posts: 826; Likes: 16[ it.Last edit by susanmary on Jan 14, '05
Apr 23, '04Occupation: allnurses Asst Community Manager, APRN Specialty: 25 year(s) of experience in Nephrology, Cardiology, ER, ICU ; From: US ; Joined: Apr '00; Posts: 53,361; Likes: 26,175Its a public nursing board and anything you put anywhere on the internet can come back to bite you - use common sense.
Apr 23, '04Occupation: Retired Joined: Jul '01; Posts: 4,288; Likes: 31We have over 40,000 members here.
It's true that some members have posted things that have come back to bite them.
If you are leery to post something, then I agree you should lean towards the side of caution.