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    The University of Utah Hospital, where a nurse was manhandled and arrested by police as she protected the legal rights of a patient, has imposed new restrictions on law enforcement, including barring officers from patient-care areas and from direct contact with nurses
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    In addition, officers will have to deal with "house supervisors" instead of nurses when they have a request.
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    The policy was implemented quietly in August, before the incident became public.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...alling-arrest/



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    Quote Originally Posted by rotary_dial View Post
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...alling-arrest/



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    No matter who they are dealing with, the police officers need to show respect and follow protocol.

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    Margaret Pearce, University of Utah Hospital chief nursing officer, said law enforcement officers will instead have to work with hospital supervisors, who are more understanding of law enforcement codes. She added hospital officials won't interact with officers in a patient-care area also.

    https://www.ksl.com/?sid=45671818&ni...r-nurse-arrest


    I thought nurse Wubbles understood the law. This seems to put blame on her. Thoughts?
    Last edited by Elley Mae; 09-05-2017 at 07:07 AM.
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    Police officer was relieved of his duties.

    Hospitals automatically do tox screens. They need to know what they are dealing with.
    LE has to follow proper procedure if they want results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elley Mae View Post
    Margaret Pearce, University of Utah Hospital chief nursing officer, said law enforcement officers will instead have to work with hospital supervisors, who are more understanding of law enforcement codes. She added hospital officials won't interact with officers in a patient-care area also.

    https://www.ksl.com/?sid=45671818&ni...r-nurse-arrest


    I thought nurse Wubbles understood the law. This seems to put blame on her. Thoughts?
    Universal policy in any healthcare institution- Everything is eventually the nurse's fault. I agree- this makes her seem like she didn't understand or implement the policy correctly when- in fact- SHE was the ONLY person doing things correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deedee21 View Post
    Police officer was relieved of his duties.

    Hospitals automatically do tox screens. They need to know what they are dealing with.
    LE has to follow proper procedure if they want results.
    The nurse was in the right. It's sad they're implying she wasn't.
    All statements are my opinion only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deedee21 View Post
    Police officer was relieved of his duties.

    Hospitals automatically do tox screens. They need to know what they are dealing with.
    LE has to follow proper procedure if they want results.
    BBM: no- they don't.
    Six-year-old Shannon Sherrill disappeared from her front yard in Thorntown, Indiana in October, 1986. Someone knows where she is......

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    Quote Originally Posted by meanmaryjean View Post
    BBM: no- they don't.
    I was going to ask about this, I didn't think that was accurate.

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    I don't see or read where it seems they are putting the blame on Wubbles.??

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammieto5 View Post
    Payne also works as a paramedic; wouldn’t he know that there had already been blood drawn? AND his statement about taking the homeless to University Hospital and taking the “good” patients somewhere else shows he has some serious issues.This guy needs to be investigated. So he’s on paid leave from his jobs. What a deal for him. He also needs a haircut.
    I think he was trying to pull one over on the nurse to obtain the sample on the QT. He knew he wouldn't be able to obtain the lab results without proper documentation. He was a snake. I applaud Nurse Wubbles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty P View Post
    The nurse was in the right. It's sad they're implying she wasn't.
    I don't think that they were implying that she wasn't in the right. They are preventing the police coming into treatment areas. I think that that is a good thing. It says to me that they cannot interfere with medical staff doing their jobs.

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    He has been fired from his EMT job.

    http://www.sltrib.com/pb/news/2017/0...-paramedic-job

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer17 View Post
    I don't think that they were implying that she wasn't in the right. They are preventing the police coming into treatment areas. I think that that is a good thing. It says to me that they cannot interfere with medical staff doing their jobs.
    In reality no one that is not privy to information about patients should be allowed in patient areas. It's a HIPAA problem. Nurses shouldn't have to put up with that nonsense anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thistle View Post
    He has been fired from his EMT job.

    http://www.sltrib.com/pb/news/2017/0...-paramedic-job
    Maybe he can write a book: How To Get Fired From Two Jobs At The Same Time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaaBoom View Post
    Maybe he can write a book: How To Get Fired From Two Jobs At The Same Time.
    I'm not buying the book. ..lol

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