Professional boundaries, Project Management

An enrolled nurse has been assigned to care for a close relative who she cares for deeply who has been admitted to hospital with chest pain.  Nobody knows that this patient is related to the nurse and the nurse decides not to tell anyone as she believes that she can provide the best care or her.

Are any professional boundaries being breached in this scenario? Explain.

Would you do the same? Why or why not?

Support your answer by referring to 'A nurse's guide to professional boundaries' (ANMC 2010).

1.    The following references must be used and at least two other books.

  • Australian and Nursing Midwifery Council 2002 Code of Ethics for nurses in Australia, ANMC, Canberra.
  • Australian and Nursing Midwifery Council 2006 Code of Professional conduct for nurses in Australia, ANMC, Canberra.
  • Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare 2008 The Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights, a guide for health care provider, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare, Canberra.

2.    The assignment must be typed in Arial size 12.  Double line spacing is required.

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