Professional Boundaries for Nurse
The Australian & Midwifery Council defines professional boundaries as limits which separate the therapeutic behaviour that could reduce the benefit of nursing care to patients, families and communities. The nurse need to be aware of the boundaries when providing therapeutic cares which is consumer centred to clients. When a therapeutic relationship is moved to establish into a friendship or social relationship then the professional boundaries are transgression. The relationship can turn into non-therapeutic and potentially harmful to both the nurse and client (Ruth,Katie&Debra, 2009). A boundary creates a sense of legitimate control in a relationship, where the nurse is responsible to set and maintain personal and professional boundaries by allowing safe therapeutic connection with clients. In this case, the nurse has breached the professional boundaries.
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