Surveillance cameras in pedi patient's home? - page 8

I have been working this case for my 8 year-old private care patient for a few years. Her other two nurses have been there longer than me. We are considered family by her parents and they are very... Read More

  1. by   prmenrs
    Have you seen some of the stuff nanny cams and cams in nursing homes pick up? If I had a special needs child or an fragile elderly person who needed nursing care, I'd want to observe them, too.
  2. by   Kooky Korky
    Quote from JustBeachyNurse
    I think what she means is the nurse has the right to refuse a case. This is true, once you orient or start a case you have every right to tell your agency that you don't wish to be assigned that case and the fence finds another nurse (you don't walk out on the case as that would be abandonment). Just like a family can call the agency to refuse a nurse (request a change in provider). My classmate oriented to my primary case. Parents weren't comfortable and they requested the agency never send her back, and she hasn't been back since.
    The fence?
  3. by   Kooky Korky
    I wonder if the nurse can wear a body camera that pictures the setting from her perspective.