Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences (PCHCS)—Department of Anesthesia 2023–2024 142 Electronic Communications Electronic communications, including any form of messaging, posting, texts, blog entries, comments, multimedia content, videos, and emails, must adhere to university and program policy for professionalism, nondiscrimination, and Title IX compliance. This includes activities and communications by, to, or from NSU students using any device on NSU or third-party social media or other sites, if the communications refer to, are addressed to or from, are sent to or from, reference or involve a student, faculty member, or program at NSU. Such communications, if determined to be in violation of said policies, will result in disciplinary action, which may include dismissal from the program and expulsion from NSU. Work submitted as part of class assignments during any didactic or clinical externship courses may not include any identifying information of the patient in conformance with HIPAA regulations. Students may be videotaped in certain academic classes and clinical labs for teaching-learning purposes. Students must sign a release form for videotaping at the time of registration. Students should obtain permission from instructors to videotape or audiotape lectures. Verbal permission is acceptable. To facilitate communication between the student and the program during the clinical externships, the student must provide a cellular phone number to the program clinical coordinator. The expense of the cellular phone and its function will be the student’s responsibility.