The people in a nurse-patient relationship are the people who do not want to be there. The nurse is there to help the patient and the patient is there to help the nurse.
In a nurse-patient relationship, it takes effort on the part of both the nurse and the patient not to show up in each others’ lives. But in the case where the patient is the patient and the patient is the nurse, it is a little trickier.
A nurse in a nurse-patient relationship is basically an extension of the nurse-client relationship. In a nurse-patient relationship, if both parties are willing to accept a certain level of risk, it is not uncommon for the nurse to be the more vulnerable party. For example, a patient who has a history of anxiety and depression may not want to be in the same room as the attending nurse.
Another example of this is in the case of an emergency room patient, who may be completely dependent on the nurse if he/she is unable to be in the same room with the attending physician. Similarly, the patient’s father may not want to be around his wife and children if they are unable to be in the same room with the father.
For most of us, we don’t want to be in the same room with people who are sick. We don’t want to be around the people who are sick.
It is not uncommon for patients to say that they want to be alone with the attending physician if their physician is unable to be with them. At times this relationship can be an uncomfortable one, as the patient may not want to be around his physician, but the attending physician may not want to have the patient in the room.
In this example, that can be a problem. If a patient has a relationship with his physician, who is away from the patient, the patient will still be in the room with the physician. If the physician is away from the patient, the patient will be alone in the room. In this situation, the patient may feel that he can’t be alone with his physician, and that he should just keep his distance.
It’s a different situation with the nurse. Patients can be a lot more vulnerable when they’re in a relationship with an attending physician, as he won’t want to see them or be around them. That is, the patient can be very lonely without his attending physician there, because the patient is in the room with the attending who is away from the patient. This makes it even harder for a patient to have a relationship with a physician when he or she is alone in the room with the physician.
If this is a nurse-patient relationship, then you know that the patient is the most vulnerable. The physician doesnt want to see the patient, because it will mean that the patient gets more attention. He also doesnt want to be around the patient because he knows that the patient is lonely and its not in his nature to really care for someone he doesnt have to see or be around.
The patient is also left vulnerable because he is given power over the physician because he is alone in the room. He can call the doctor, come to the office, or ask the doctor how he is. Its this power that makes the patient feel like he has the power to make a doctor and patient’s relationship work.