NUR 256: Mental Health Nursing - Clinical Practice
In this course, students use the nursing process to apply mental health nursing concepts for individuals and families in hospital and community settings. Students gain experience with current methods of prevention, maintenance and treatment when caring for at least two (2) moderately complex individuals with disturbed patterns of coping. Pre-clinical assessment time is required prior to and/or outside of the scheduled clinical hours.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; PSY 100 minimum grade "C" and NUR 255 minimum grade "C+", may enroll concurrently in both courses
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