Psych/Mental Health Nursing

Introduces health promotion, health maintenance, and restoration of health for patients experiencing acute and chronic mental/behavioral illnesses. Emphasizes safe and quality patient care, clinical reasoning, cultural sensitivity, effective and therapeutic communication, and professionalism. Experiential learning is provided in a variety of mental/behavioral health settings. The role of the baccalaureate generalist nurse is reinforced. Three credit hours theory, two credit hours clinical. Prerequisite: NSG 331.

NSG 340
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