Other cases. Over in Kazan, nurse Gulnaz Yalalova posed with a cheeky smile holding what appeared to be removed speed. On social media, she posted the image alongside a photo of herself in a bikini.
Other cases. But lucky for Yalalova, she was only 20 at the time she posted the insensitive message. Seemingly, she was merely reprimanded for her “immaturity," Daily Mail reports.
Other cases. But there’s more. In Alexandrov, not one, but two nurses posed for pictures with their patients. In them, they can be seen throwing hoops on the legs of an unconscious woman.
Other cases. "The same pair - identified as Tatiana Katayeva and Marina Shibanova - were shown pretending to drink blood given by donors,” Daily Mail reports. Of their actions, the two said they were just messing around.
Other cases. "It was all for a joke so that our profession doesn't look so sad,” they said, according to Daily Mail. "We work in intensive care… we wanted to show that medical personnel haven't lost their sense of humour and that they can behave like humans.” The pair were given an official warning, but were allowed to remain at their jobs.
Other cases. The most recent case — involving Kim — was at Sakhalin Regional Clinical Hospital. Of her outbursts and posts, a senior medic said: "Such violation of ethical norms showed that the person who did this requires professional psychiatric help.” What’s more, there have even been claims Kim was drunk while on the job.
Other cases. While no legal action has been taken as of yet, local health minister Alexey Pak "harshly condemned” Kim's behavior. "Helpless people on life support devices became victims of her unceremonious filming,” he said. "Dozens of professionals work to bring these patients back to active life, monitoring their health 24/7 and being ready to give any emergency treatment."