Objectives:
To recognize potential and actual violation of boundaries between nurse and patient
To recognize the heightened feelings and emotional vulnerability common in early recovery
To identify helpful responses to use when patients cross boundaries of intimacy

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* 1. Entering your nursing license information

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* 2. Nurses work in a profession where special status is assumed, and it is vitally important to have a good understanding of boundaries. Boundaries:

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* 3. Boundaries are described as:

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* 4. All of the following are key principles underlying the nurse-patient relationship EXCEPT:

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* 5. Setting appropriate verbal boundaries, treating patients respectfully when redirecting inappropriate behavior and documenting all interactions with patients per hospital policy are all examples of:

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* 6. Nurses who may be especially vulnerable for the risk of boundary crossing are:

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* 7. Assessing ones’ vulnerability for crossing boundaries can be done by:

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* 8. Having spent more time than was clinically necessary with a patient, made plans to see a patient when not on duty and made or kept secrets with a patient are examples of:

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* 9. If you become sexually attracted to a patient:

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* 10. In the nurse-patient relationship, the responsibility for maintaining boundaries:

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* 11. A tip to remember when one is sexually attracted to a patient is:

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