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Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing

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Heather Spiegel

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Gina Bullock

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Durant, Maye

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Pierce, Melissa (Missey)

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(Prerequisite: ENGL 1113, OLS 1111, PSYCH 2103, BIOL 2114, BIOL 2204 OR 2124, NUTR 1203, CIS 113, NURS 1118 AND 1218 OR NURS 1303. Student holding a nursing or paramedic licenses must maintain unrestricted licensure.) (Co requisite ENGL 1213, HIST 1483 or 1493, BIOL 2124 or 2155) A study of the major physical and mental health prob- lems common to the young adult and the middle aged person. The application of principles from the physical and behav- ioral sciences are stressed in the planning and implementing of nursing care. The content is structured on the theory that the young adult and the middle aged person are in different phases of psycho-social and physical levels of functioning and therefore, emphasizes the nursing process, pathophysiol- ogy, psycho-social and medical therapeutic concepts; as well as growth and development, nutrition/diet therapy, health teaching, physical assessment and community resources and responsibilities. (Theory 4, Lab 4, Cr. 8)

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