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Duty to Warn

by Cathy Parkes July 12, 2021

A nurse should always protect patient privacy per HIPAA laws, except when there is a duty to warn! If the patient poses a serious threat to another person, the nurse must protect the third party!
A nurse should always protect patient privacy per HIPAA laws, except when there is a duty to warn! If the patient poses a serious threat to another person, the nurse must protect the third party!


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