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  • Professional Boundaries

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    patient trusting in the nurse’s ability to care for them. Professional boundaries are an intricate aspect of a nurse’s daily work. These boundaries are based on trust, respect and the appropriate use of power. Breaches can be classified as boundary crossings, boundary violations or sexual misconduct. Breaches of boundaries lead to violations of a nurse’s professional responsibility. Nurses must maintain these boundaries to ensure patient care can remain within the zone of helpfulness. Every

  • Boundaries...What For?

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    Boundaries...What For? There seems to be no boundaries when it comes to scientific advancement. Scientists are struggling to come up with new and exciting procedures that are supposed to make our lives better. In the process, I think that they are getting out of hand. The advancement of science and technology today has brought up some very interesting and controversial issues. Nowadays, it seems that many scientists are on a mission to create the perfect human being, but in the process are

  • Maritime Boundaries

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    tensions arising from extensive claims of maritime boundaries are common. As such, it became imperative for states to strengthen their navies and to deploy their naval missions beyond the territorial waters in order to secure their interests and sovereignty. The situation with ASEAN is no different. While maritime security environment among ASEAN nations has changed, especially with newly emerging and more divers threats. At the same time, trans-boundary issues have required most of the ASEAN navies to

  • Divine Boundaries

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    Frankenstein follow different paths of attaining knowledge, they clearly obsess over reaching the limits, and this leads to their downfall. Faustus possesses a strong obsession with gaining unlimited knowledge. He feels that no knowledge can create boundaries for his mind: “So much he profits in divinity, That shortly he was graced with doctor's name, Excelling all, and sweetly can dispute, In the heavenly matters of theology”(15). Faustus sees that his title is beneath him, and that he must excel to

  • Importance Of Boundaries

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    (2016), “a boundary is a real or imaginary line that separates two things. However, in geography, boundaries separate different regions of the Earth”. Also, a country or territory has different types of boundaries; they can be physical, cultural and political, among others. Physical boundary is a naturally occurring divide between two areas, this includes: rivers, mountain ranges, oceans, and deserts (Types of Boundaries: Physical & Cultural, n.d.). “A cultural boundary is a boundary line that runs

  • Boundaries in Dating

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    The book Boundaries in Dating is a simple but powerful tool to have in any dating relationship or a forming friendship. Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend have great take away tips to make healthy choices in a dating relationship. If you already have a relationship you can still take away great tips from Boundaries in dating such as how to grow a healthier relationship. This is not necessarily a book for married people but it still has some great tips that you can take away. Dr. Henry and Dr.

  • The Hartmann Boundaries

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    Zborowski, Hartmann, Newsom, and Banar’s article The Hartmann Boundary (2004) Questionnaire: Two Studies Examining Personality Correlates and Interpersonal Behavior is based off of two different studies. The first study examined if there were any relationships between “thick” and “thin” boundaries as defined by the Hartmann Boundary Questionnaire and dependency, interpersonal behaviors, the effect of particular traits and object relations (p. 49). The second study extended the research of the first

  • Professional Boundaries

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    Introduction Nurses frequently work in situations where the boundaries of the nurses are being tested. Their respond to these “tests” is a matter of nurses and professional integrity, by virtue of the power inherent in their professional role are expected to do the right thing even it is not always clear what “doing the right thing” might look like. Similar to the fence around one’s yard or the walls around one’s house, metaphorically boundaries mark the parameters of the professional role. (Baron, 2001;

  • Discussion of Boundaries

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    Population and Boundary Issues A population I hope to work with is incarcerated persons. While most corrections facilities ensure physical boundaries for inmates after a person finishes his or her sentence those person are able to move about the world. Often after a person is released from prison he or she may experience a sense of accomplishment and renewal. This summer I spend time volunteering in a county prison and got to know several men while running a faith sharing and prayer group. It was

  • boundary crossing

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    Today I attended Plaza Fiesta, where it is rich in Spanish culture. I crossed boundaries and got out of our comfort zone. It was a cloudy Saturday morning, but I was really looking forward to the experience with anticipation. Since I once took Spanish in high school for four years, I felt confident I would have some level of comfort. I was also a member of Spanish club and Spanish Honors Society at my school. I have always been interested and open minded to Spanish culture. At the same time,

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