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11.A nurse is caring for a client who has schizophrenia. The treatment plan is for the client to increase his autonomy from his parents. Prior to discharge, the nurse should plan to a.Stress to the client that he need to be more independent (does not give him skills to gainautonomy. The nurse must assist the client to learn these skills)b.Schedule a family conference(Allows the nurse to work with both the client and his family to make an action plan for increased autonomy. This is a positive step for the client prior to discharge)c.Tell the client not to visit his family so often (The client needs emotional support from his family. Decreasing family visits could be obstructive to his emotional well-being and would not necessarily increase autonomy)d.Arrange housing placement for the client in another town (The client needs emotional support from his family. Moving him to another city could isolate him from this support an d would not necessarily increase autonomy)
12.A nurse in a provider’s office is talking with a client who has diabetes mellitus and an HbA1c of 8.5%. The client states that she is under a lot of stress and that she doesn’t want to talk about her diabetes mellitus right now. Based on these comments, the nurse should note that the clientis demonstrating which of the following defense mechanisms?13.A nurse is caring for a client who has schizophrenia in a mental health facility. Which of the following places the client at greatest risk for self-directed injury or injuring others?