Asking pertinent questions about the client’s sexual activities when completing a medical history
Keeping secrets with the person receiving care
Believing that only you understand what your client’s needs are
Discussing aspects of your personal life with a person in your care
I and ii
I, ii, iii, and iv
CNO Practice Standard document
All of the above
Nursing practice standards
True, she is helping a friend who is in trouble, and the client can clearly afford to give Suzanne money.
False, this represents financial abuse and she should refuse the cheque and report Suzanne.
It is never acceptable to accept a gift from a client
When it is a team gift or a gift to the unit
When refusal will harm the nurse-client relationship
When the client is mentally competent and does not expect anything in return
I and iii
I, ii, and iv
I, iii, and iv
Ii and iii
Ignore it, this is a part of nursing life
If re-establishment of a professional relationship is not possible, transfer the person’s care to another nurse
Play along as it will likely have therapeutic benefits
Discuss the client’s feelings in a constructive manner and attempt to re-establish a professional relationship
True, his remarks may reasonably be interpreted as sexually suggestive and therefore fall within the realm of client abuse under CNO guidelines.
False, these sorts of remarks are appropriate as he is just joking around.