A relationship established and maintained with a client by the nurse through the use of professional knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to provide nursing care expected to contribute to the client’s health outcome 2. A social relationship established and maintained by both parties for...Read More
A nurse complains to a coworker about how much educational courses cost and how she is a single mother and that she can’t afford courses right now. A client overhears this conversation and offers to pay her tuition. 2. A nurse answering a call bell finds a client who wishes to go out and...Read More
A boundary crossing can be therapeutic, a boundary violation is always non-therapeutic. In the example given, the excessive nature of the disclosure makes it non-therapeutic so boundary violation is the best answer.
Although the nurse accepts this as a team gift, the college specifically states the accepting of a gift should only be accepted if the refusal will cause harm to the nurse-client relationship. Providing this was the case, accepting the gift is still of concern as the college states the gift must...Read More
A) Developmental disability, in need of physical assistance, lives alone, no close family (isolated)
b) New practitioner, homecare setting, elderly client, close-to-home situation (reminds her of her grandmother)
c) Elderly, recent loss, ignorance of finances (previous dependence), son unemployed,...Read More