Mental Health Theory
In this course, students explore the nursing care required for clients and families experiencing mental health disorders. They develop theoretical knowledge of mental health conditions and crisis management, in order to provide safe and ethical mental health care. Students develop cognitive skills needed to perform mental health and safety assessments, while having the opportunity to examine how social and cultural environments affect mental health and influence nursing practice.
PrerequisitesPost Secondary level NRSG 1006 Gerontological Nursing Theory Minimum Grade of 65
and Post Secondary level NRSG 1015 Clinical Experience 2 Minimum Grade of P
and Post Secondary level NRSG 2003 Health Assessment Minimum Grade of 65
and Post Secondary level NRSG 1014 Pharmacology Minimum Grade of 65
and Post Secondary level NRSG 2002 Patho: Intro Minimum Grade of 65
and Post Secondary level NRSG 2005 NPP: MH/MC Clinical Minimum Grade of P
Students registering for credit courses for the first time must declare a program at the point of registration. Declaring a program does not necessarily mean students must complete a program, individual courses may be taken for skill improvement and upgrading.
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