NURS 662 - Psychiatric Mental Healthcare of Families Across the Lifespan I
The focus of this course is on theoretical and clinical management of the psychiatric/mental health needs of individuals across the lifespan within the context of a family-based theoretical model. The role of the family psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner as an independent and interdependent practitioner and performing comprehensive mental health assessments are primary clinical foci. 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 618 (grade of B or better), and NURS 661 (NURS 661 may be taken concurrently).
Term(s) Offered: Fall
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