St. Jude staff members know that there are many events during treatment that patients and their caregivers may wish to photograph, videotape, stream, or audiotape. Here, we will call it to “Record” or “Recording.” To protect the health, safety, and privacy of you, your child, staff, and all St. Jude patients, please follow the hospital’s guidelines for Recording by patients and caregivers. These rules are in place to ensure the best environment for patient care.
When can I and when can’t I Record?
- Patients and caregivers may not Record any medical care being given to the patient because it may interfere with the safety and health of you, your child, or staff. Also, staff have the right to refuse to be in any Recording, and they are not allowed to take part in Recorded interviews about a patient’s care or treatment. Patients and caregivers should always ask first.
- We understand that there are important events during treatment that your family should be able to celebrate and share. The following events may be Recorded:
- First and last day of chemotherapy (after chemo has been given)
- Special patient events (such as Halloween or graduation days)
- St. Jude staff members and volunteers may not, at a patient’s or family member’s request, use any device to Record medical care being given to a patient.
- If you or your child has a medical or communication need to have Recorded information, St. Jude can help you Record that information or get it in a form that is easy to use. St. Jude wants to ensure that communications with those who have disabilities are as useful as communications with other people We want to make sure that patients and caregivers with impaired sensory, manual, or speaking skills have an equal chance to take part in St. Jude services, activities, and programs.
- Patients and their caregivers are welcome to take photos and make recordings of themselves or their children while at St. Jude. However, you must always respect the privacy of other patients, their family members, St. Jude staff members, and volunteers. Do not take photos or recordings of anyone without their permission.
- St. Jude staff members may ask you or your family members to delete your Recordings or take other actions if they believe the Recordings would interfere with patient care or would violate someone’s privacy. Please comply with these requests.
If you have a question about these rules, please ask a St. Jude staff member. You can also email your question to the Patient and Family Experience Office at email@example.com.
If you would like other memory making ideas, please talk to a child life specialist or call Child Life at 901-595-3020.
This document is not intended to take the place of the care and attention of your personal physician or other professional medical services. Our aim is to promote active participation in your care and treatment by providing information and education. Questions about individual health concerns or specific treatment options should be discussed with your physician.
St. Jude complies with health care-related federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
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