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Is It Ever OK for a Nurse Practitioner to Date a Patient?
I met a patient nearly a year ago whom I had a totally unexpected connection with. A significant amount of time has passed and their is no element of vulnerability. Nearly a year is nowhere close to a significant amount of time. We have been talking and spending time together initiated by him and it is obvious that after all this time we would like to be with each other and are meant to be, regardless of the circumstances of how we initially came into contact, so we are now officially in a relationship. I'm afraid my co-workers will judge me if they find out I'm dating an ex "mental patient" and that I will be the topic of gossip in the work place. As far as I can tell, I am doing nothing wrong. It's quite likely that your coworkers will question your judgment and professionalism if they find out about your relationship with your ex-patient. In all honesty it concerns me that you don't see any potential problems with your relationship. How do I deal with this situation in a professional manner?
Share via Email Doctors, nurses, midwives and all other healthcare professionals are to be told that sexual relationships not only with patients but also former patients are unacceptable, under draft proposals from regulators. A comprehensive package of reforms, which starts with the training of medical staff, will be published by the Council for Healthcare and Regulatory Excellence in the summer in the hope of changing medical culture. According to Professor Julie Stone, the council's former deputy director and executive lead on the project, there is a need to go beyond mere guidelines to try to establish a culture in which healthcare staff have a deeply rooted understanding of the damage that can be done by becoming involved with a patient. They would be encouraged not only to attempt to avoid any relationship themselves, but also to speak out if they were aware of a colleague becoming involved. How they should deal with that, and how to cope with a patient who expresses interest in them, must be part of their training, she said.
Dating rules for healthcare staff Doctors and nurses may not be allowed to date ex-patients Doctors and nurses may be banned from dating former patients unless the contact between them was minimal, according to new draft guidelines. The recommendations follow a series of high-profile cases where healthcare staff sexually abused patients. The proposals, the first of their kind, are expected to go before ministers in June, reported Nursing Standard.
Health workers warned against dating former patients
April 10, 3 Comments Do you ever get hit on at work? Throughout my years as a nurse practitioner it has happened to me a time or two. Typically, the gesture comes in the form of an inappropriate comment which I choose to ignore or express distaste at depending on the situation. Once, a patient even went so far as to deliver a note asking me on a date to the front desk of the walk-in clinic where I was working at the time.