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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

What distance is considered the Intimate Zone?

0-18 inches

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

What distance is considered the Personal Zone?

18 in - 4 ft

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

What distance is considered the Socio-Consultative Zone?

9 ft - 12 ft

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

What distance is considered the Public Zone?

12 ft or more

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

What is he special zones of touch where permission is not needed?

Social Zone - Hands, arms, shoulders, back

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

What is he special zones of touch where permission is needed?

Consent Zone - Mouth, wrist, feet

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

What is he special zones of touch where special care is needed?

Vulnerable Zone - Face, neck, front of body.

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

What is the special zones of touch where permission and great sensitivity is needed?

Intimate Zone - Genetalia, rectum

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this distance: 0 in - 8 in?

Intimate Zone

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this distance: 18 in - 4 ft?

Personal Zone

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this distance: 9 ft - 12 ft?

Socio-Consultative Zone

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this distance: 12 ft or more?

Public Zone

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Holding a crying infant?

Intimate Zone

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Performing a physical assessment?

Intimate Zone(0 in - 18 in)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Bathing, grooming, dressing, feeding, and toileting a patient?

Intimate Zone 0 in - 8 in

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Changing a patient’s surgical dressing?

Intimate Zone (0 in - 8. In)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Sitting at a patient’s bedside?

Personal Zone ( 18 in - 4 ft)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Taking a patient’s nursing history?

Personal Zone (18 in - 4 ft)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Teaching an individual patient?

Personal Zone (18 in - 4 ft)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Giving directions to visitors in the hallway?

Socio-Consultive Zone (9 ft - 12 ft)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Asking if families need assistance from the patient doorway?

Socio-Consultive Zone (9 ft - 12 ft)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Giving verbal report to a group of nurses?

Socio-Consultative Zone (9 ft - 12 ft)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Speaking at a community forum?

Public Zone ( 12 ft or more)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Lecturing to a class of students?

Public Zone (12 ft or more)

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ZONES OF PERSONAL SPACE

Which Zones of Personal Space is this: Testifying at a legislative hearing?

Public Zone (12 ft or more)

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PHASES OF THE HELPING RELATIONSHIP

What are the 4 phases in chronological order?

1. Preinteraction Phase
2. Orientation Phase
3. Working Phase
4. Termination Phase

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PHASES OF THE HELPING RELATIONSHIP

Which Phase is this? Before meeting a patient.

Preinteraction Phase

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PHASES OF THE HELPING RELATIONSHIP

Which Phase is this?

Review available data, including the medical and nursing history

Preinteraction Phase

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PHASES OF THE HELPING RELATIONSHIP

Which Phase is this?

Talk to other caregivers who have information about the patient

Preinteraction Phase

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PHASES OF THE HELPING RELATIONSHIP

Which Phase is this?

Anticipate health concerns or issues that arise

Preinteraction Phase