A resident’s family is visiting and it is time to perform a procedure. The family asks for time to pray with the resident. Which of these is not an acceptable response?
Ask the family and resident if they have any questions about the procedure that might ease their worry before you give them privacy to pray.
Ask the family to leave so the procedure can start as scheduled, but offer to let the resident pray to themselves during the process.
Give the family and resident privacy.
Tell the family you will return shortly.
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