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Central Person

1. The central person is almost always the person receiving the nursing care.

2. Other people may be there to distract you from the central person. For example: spouse, children, or relatives
     and friends.

3. Once you identify the central person in the question, then the answer choice must also be focused on the
     central person.

 

 

This material is based upon work supported by the Nursing, Allied Health and Other Health-related Educational Grant Program, a grant program funded with proceeds of the State’s Tobacco Lawsuit Settlement and administered by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.