Videotaping to protect nursing facility residents: a legal analysis.

@article{Carlson2001VideotapingTP,
  title={Videotaping to protect nursing facility residents: a legal analysis.},
  author={E. Carlson},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Directors Association},
  year={2001},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={
          41-4
        }
}
  • E. Carlson
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Medical Directors Association
In recent months, the use of video cameras in nursing facilities has received an increasing level of attention. USA Today ran a front-page article on resident advocates’ efforts to place video cameras in residents’ rooms. In Maryland and Texas, legislation was introduced to establish the right of a resident or a family member to place a video camera in the resident’s room. In this journal’s November/December edition, Dr. Andrew Weinberg presented a case study involving the use of a hidden video… Expand

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