NUR435 - Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (4 cr.)

Mental health concepts and selected theoretical frameworks are used to understand alterations and adaptations in psychological functioning. Students participate in psychiatric-mental health nursing in relation to mental health promotion, advocacy, disease prevention, resources and legal and ethical issues. This course provides clinical experiences in acute care and community settings. (Fall/Spring). Prerequisites: senior standing in nursing or POI.

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