Mental Health

Mental health nursing is known as psychiatric nursing. It is a subspecialty of nursing that focuses on providing primary care to persons suffering from mental diseases, as well as supporting them in healing and enhancing their quality of life. Mental healthnurses care for patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease, dementia, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and depression. They work in a number of settings, from hospitals to patient homes, jails to healthcare institutions. They must explain the illness to the patient and his family, as well as deliver medicine, provide psychotherapy, and conduct interviews about the patient's various experiences.

Mental health of the patient
Mental health of women
Mental health I n adults
Mental health of children

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