NURS 663 - Psychiatric/Mental Health Care of Families Across the Lifespan II
The focus of this course is on expansion of the management of psychiatric/mental health status of individuals across the life span within the context of a family-based theoretical mode.. Further role development is emphasized, including interdependent and independent practice. Theoretical concepts are related to management of individuals and families with acute and chronic mental health problems. Expanded participation in mental health assessments, planning care for stabilization of mental health, strategies for mental health promotion, therapies, and mental health education are included in course content.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 661 and NURS 662 (grades of B or better)..
Term(s) Offered: Spring
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