Disclaimer: On the Tail of the ‘Bloggers Exposed’ Post

I have been remiss in posting a formal disclaimer on my blog. It has been on my list of things to do for too long, so here is a summary of the forthcoming long version which will have a permanent link at the top:

HIPAA–This is the big one! The throw you in jail, fine your ass, stone you in a public square at noon etc, etc, one. I DO NOT write about patient details (name, DOB, location, social security number). If there is a detail? It has been changed to protect my patient and their family (and myself of course). If you think I am crossing the line, please ask me. We need to help keep each other protected.

US Army Reserves, Army Nurse Corps–My opinion and my opinion alone. Nothing I say is sanctioned by the Army in any way. Hopefully nothing I write will curse me to pealing potatoes.

Flight Nurse Job–Again, my opinion alone. My place of employment has been way cool about this hobby of mine and I want to keep it that way. May I be a good reflection on them, not a bad one.

Family–They are stuck being a part of this blog as they ARE my life, my sole purpose for breathing.

Friends–You aren’t as stuck being part of the blog as my family, but it is my hope that I will do nothing to disappoint you, shame you or embarrass you…too much.

Photos–Unless I link to the page where I borrowed it from, the photos are all mine and usually taken by me. I apologize if something cool happened to make its way into a post that I found in some random place.

There, I feel better.

  1. been blogging for years, but i guess I always thought that the blog was always the bloggers opinion. That is why I read blogs, I like to hear other’s opinions. holy shit, i faked my way thru the icu the other night. everyone lived. yay

  2. been blogging for years, but i guess I always thought that the blog was always the bloggers opinion. That is why I read blogs, I like to hear other’s opinions. holy shit, i faked my way thru the icu the other night. everyone lived. yay

  3. I had to laugh at Jen’s comment! The very last day that I worked at the hospital was the very first day I EVER worked in the ICU. Talk about scary. Of course I took the easiest patients, but I don’t like all the bells and whistles in there.

  4. I had to laugh at Jen’s comment! The very last day that I worked at the hospital was the very first day I EVER worked in the ICU. Talk about scary. Of course I took the easiest patients, but I don’t like all the bells and whistles in there.

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