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<<< continued from type of website. While this website was hospital sponsored, it was available to friends and family. In some contexts it is appropriate for a nurse to communicate empathy and support for patients, but they should be cautious not to disclose private information, such as types of medications the patient is taking. References Anderson, J., & Puckrin, K. (2011). Social network use: A test of self-regulation. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 2 (1), 36-41. Barnes, S.B. (2006). A privacy paradox: Social networking in the United States. First Monday , 11 (9). Retrieved from http:// lRSTMONDAY&#0e;ORG&#0f;HTBIN&#0f;CGIWRAP&#0f;BIN&#0f;OJS&#0f;INDEX&#0e; php/fm/article/view/1394/1312 College of Nurses of Ontario. (2009). Confidentiality and privacy — Personal health information (Pub. No. 41069). Retrieved from http://www.cno.org/Global/docs/prac/41069_ privacy.pdf Royal College of Nursing. (2009). Legal advice for RCN members using the internet . Retrieved from http://www.rcn.org.uk/ data/ assets/pdf_file/0008/272195/003557.pdf Eysenbach, G. (2008). Medicine 2.0: Social networking, collaboration, participation, apomediation, and openness. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 10 (3), e22. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/ PMC2626430/. Gauthier, M. (2008). Technology and confidentiality. Nursing bc , 40 (2), 11-12. Genova, G.L. (2009). No place to play: Current employee privacy rights in social networking sites. Business Communication Quarterly , 72, 97-101. Helliker, K. (2011, January 5). Odd facebook post leads to student’s ouster, suit. Wall Street Journal . Retrieved from http:// ONLINE&#0e;WSJ&#0e;COM HIPAA Administrative Simplification 45 C.F.R., Parts 160, 162 and 164 (2009). Retrieved from http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/ privacy/hipaa/administrative/privacyrule/ adminsimpregtext.pdf Klich-Heartt, E.I., & Prion, S. (2010). Social networking and HIPAA: Ethical concerns for nurses. Nurse Leader, 8 (2), 56-58. Lehavot, K. (2009). “My Space” or yours? The ethical dilemma of graduate students’ personal lives on the internet. Ethics and Behavior, 19 (2), 129-141. McBride, D., & Cohen, E. (2009). Misuse of social networking may have ethical implications for nurses. ONS Connect, 24 (17), 7. National Labor Relations Board. (2011). Settlement reached in case involving discharge for Facebook comments . Retrieved from http://www. nlrb.gov/news/settlement-reached-case-involving-discharge-facebook-comments NCSBN. (2010). Summary of social networking survey to boards of nursing . Chicago: Author. Skiba, D.J., Connors, H.R., & Jeffries, P.R. (2008). Information technology and the transformation of nursing education. Nursing Outlook, 56 (5), 225-230. Spector, N. (2010). Boundary violations via the internet. Leader to Leader . Retrieved from https://www.ncsbn.org/L2L_ Spring2010.pdf Winchester, A.M., & Maines, R.E. (2010, October 6). Harvesting text messages from the sea of text messages. Law Technology Educational courses for: RN s LPN / LVN s NP s PT s PTA s OT s MD s PA Feeling anonymous at work? Set yourself apart, become certified. Wound Care Education Institute ® provides comprehensive online and nationwide onsite courses in the fields of Skin, Wound, Diabetic and Ostomy Management. In just a few days you will have the knowledge needed to become current with the standards of care and legally defensible at bedside. Skin and Wound Management Program This course offers an overall comprehensive approach to risk assessment, wound assessment and patient treatment plans. Ostomy Management Program This comprehensive course takes you through the anatomy and physiology of the systems involved in fecal/urinary diversions and hands-on workshops. Diabetic Wound Program This online course takes you through the science of the disease process and covers the unique needs of a diabetic patient. Scan QRs above for course details or visit our website at www.wcei.net . Health care professionals who meet the eligibility requirements can sit for the WCC ® , OMS sm and DWC ® national board certification examinations through the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy (www.nawccb.org). Receive $100 off any certification course by using coupon code “PCIAZ” Our state of the art online learning management system is fully narrated by a clinical instructor, self paced and available for most certifications. (expires 12/31/2014). We are here to help: s Call us at 877-462-9234 s Live online chat at www.wcei.net s Email us at info@wcei.net 14 arizona STATE BOARD OF NURSING REGULATORY JOURNAL

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