Mental Health Nursing

Psychiatric nursing is the name given to mental health nursing. It is a specialist branch of nursing practise that focuses on primary care of people who have mental illnesses, as well as assisting them in recovering and improving their quality of life. Mental health nurses work with patients with Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, Parkinson's, dementia, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and depression. From hospitals to patient's homes, prisons to healthcare organisations, they function in a variety of settings. They must explain the ailment to the patient and his family, administer medication, provide psychotherapy, and conduct interviews regarding the patient's numerous experiences.

Track 11.1 Patient’s mental health

Track 2 Women’s mental health

Track 3 Adult mental health

Track 4 Child mental health

Track 5 Older mental health

 

 

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