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Live Tweeting: New Age Threats to patient confidentiality?

Having followed the recent ‘viral’ case of an angry note left on a hurriedly parked ambulance with interest, it seems evident to me that the allied healthcare professions (and of course other disciplines) are having to navigate a new set of challenges in a social media and digital context. 548 more words


19 September 2015, Saturday – Psychotropic drugs

Recently the media has been focussed on Lubitz´s health. I am appalled to learn that he was taking four drugs at the same time, like Citalopram, Lorazepam, Mirta Tad and Escitalopram, which are antidepressants and sedatives. 233 more words


Doing the Right Thing: Being a Good (#HR) Person

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the fine, sometimes blurry, line between maintaining confidentiality and being a decent, genuine, HONEST, person in the world of human resources.  353 more words

Human Resources

Safety versus Liberty…

…and Ben Franklin’s maxim….

It could be said that action on the part of Congress when a problem is evident is certainly preferable to inaction. 1,124 more words

POLITICS: Talking Out Of Your Face And Your Ass At The Same Time

A Virtue of the Loyal

“Confidentiality is a virtue of the loyal, as loyalty is the virtue of faithfulness.”

~ Edwin Louis Cole,
Author & Founder, Christian Men’s Network


Shhh, this is confidential information — or not

This is going to be one of my shorter posts on this blog. Or, maybe I should call it rather a rant than a post. I’m writing this on a Friday night, while still on a business trip abroad.  251 more words

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