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Response to "Taking Photos of Presentations: Dissemination or Distraction?"

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I would like to thank Anne Katz, PhD, RN, FAAN, for her thoughtful editorial in the July 2018 issue of Oncology Nursing Forum. At least twice, that I am aware of, someone has used my slides without my permission. The first time happened about 10 years ago. I gave an educational program on the fundamentals of hereditary cancer syndromes at a regional conference for oncology nurses. I provided a detailed outline for note-taking and a list of references and resources. On one slide, there was a picture of my entire extended family at our cabin in a remote area of the Ozarks in Missouri, as well as several other photos that I had taken of my daughters and dog. Only I had access to those photos. .

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Name: Oncology nursing forum
ISSN: 1538-0688
Pages: 565-566

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