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Reflection Questions

1 .
How can nurses provide holistic care to clients with eating disorders?
2 .
Describe how a nurse can provide a safe environment when caring for a client with anorexia.
3 .
As a nurse, how can you establish a therapeutic relationship with a client diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, considering the challenges related to trust and control?
4 .
A sixteen-year-old client with bulimia reports bingeing up to ten times a day followed by self-induced vomiting. She was admitted with severe dehydration and a possible esophageal tear from purging. How can a nurse promote a therapeutic relationship in caring for this client?
5 .
PJ is a thirty-year-old from Kenya. She recently immigrated to the United States and discovered she is pregnant. During her prenatal visit, she informs the nurse that she desires to engage in a cultural practice to help her pregnancy that involves eating clay. How can the nurse provide person-centered care when providing education for this client?

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