Filming in Hospitals: Ethical and Methodological Issues
Nursing Standard 1999 September 29-October 5; 14(2): 37-39
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Geiderman, Joel M.; Larkin, Gregory L. (2002-07-17)Commercial filming of patient care activities is common in hospital settings. This article reviews common circumstances in which patients are commercially filmed, explores the potential positive and negative aspects of ...