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Regards, Kathleen (http Jana Cri±enden (h±ps:// Apr 19, 2019 Good post Wendy! Since the original statement did not say what was shared, only that the two faculty members had spoken for approximately 10 minutes. Given this information, we cannot confirm that FERPA regulations were not broken due to the information provided. According to Strauss, FERPA distinguishers of students would include personal information such as the social security number of the student, address, date of birth and/or name. (Strauss, 2016) In my opinion as a professional and instructor, the discussion should not have had the discussion but anyone other than the student. Reference: Strauss, L. J. (2016). HIPAA versus FERPA. Journal of Healthcare Compliance, 37-38. Retrieved April 19, 2019, from - ab760[email protected]
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4/29/2019 Topic: Week 7: Students’ Rights 53/64 (http Jennifer Pale±o (h±ps:// Apr 20, 2019 Wendy, You presented an excellent post. I agree with you that there wasn’t a direct violation of FERPA, but that it was an ethical dilemma amongst the participants. The nurse educator wanted to discuss the incident with a colleague that she trusted. It would have been a wiser decision to consult with a fellow nurse educator. I appreciate your take on the student’s wrong- doings. I didn’t even consider the ethics of the student listening in on a private conversation between two colleagues. Everyone needs a sounding board, and a safe place to discuss issues within your scope of practice. Thank you for your perspective, I found it very informative. Jenn (https:// Natalie Sander (h±ps:// Apr 17, 2019 Class, I do not think that any legal rights have been breached, but I do think ethically it was not right for the instructor to be talking about the student with the door open. If there was concerns that needed to be discussed, then it needed to be done in private. If another student or instructor heard the conversation that would not be right. Ethically, the instructor should have made sure the conversation taking place was private. I think if the student does feel that the instructor was doing something wrong or sharing personal information with another teacher then they need to go to the dean or someone higher up and talk to them. That would
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4/29/2019 Topic: Week 7: Students’ Rights 54/64 give someone who can help medicate who was not involved in the situation and who can give each person a perspective on what they think went on and if ethically the instructor did something wrong.
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