Course 19 - Boundaries
Discusses management of relationships and boundaries between the Guided Care Nurse and the patient, caregiver, and health care team.
Blurred boundaries between the personal and professional are inherent in the healthcare field; in Guided Care, where the nurse builds strong relationships with patients and their caregivers, they become even more complicated. In this course you will review the skills necessary to appropriately manage your relationships with your patients and their providers and learn strategies to keep yourself safe, mentally and physically.
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Registered nurses and healthcare providers focusing on best practices in chronic disease management, case management, caregiver education and support, transitional care, and geriatric evaluation and management.
- Distinguish appropriate and inappropriate management of boundaries in the GC Nurse's relationships with patients, health care team members, and patients' caregivers.
- Discuss strategies to ensure the GCN safety in the community.
Lois H. Neuman, PhD, RN -is a leader in nursing education. A frequent speaker on topics such as communication, coping, decision-making, self help skills, transition, and staff-family communication from the perspective of nurse as caregiver, she has presented at numerous professional conferences. Dr. Neuman is currently adjunct faculty at Montgomery College in Maryland, where she teaches Personal and Community Health and Women's Health.
Dr. Neuman is an expert on smart products and living alternatives designed for individuals so that they may retain productive, independent lifestyles. She serves as a manuscript and abstract reviewer for several professional publications and organizations. She has served as chapter President and is currently chapter Vice President of an international nursing honorary society.
Her researcher activities have included reporting significant findings on the quality of aging for the Johns Hopkins Hospital/National Institute on Aging sponsored Baltimore Longitudinal Study on Aging project. Dr. Neumann held staff and supervisory nursing positions and spent the majority of her career as a faculty member and administrator in nursing education.