|Course Title||PSYCH-MENTAL HEALTH NURS|
|Full Title||Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing|
|Description||Theory and clinical laboratory in application of nursing process to care of clients evidencing maladaptive responses to psychosocial stressors. Presentation of theories describing and explaining maladaptive behaviors and application of nursing interventions in a variety of treatment modalities.|
|Prerequisite||Admission to the School of Nursing.|
|Course Hours||Three lectures and six hours of laboratory.|
|Statement||Formerly numbered Nuursing 416.|
Requires signed compliance verification slip before admission to clinical experience.
Eighteen hours of lab to be arranged.
In-person modality may change based on additional field placement-related COVID-19 requirements.
Open only to students with a declared major in this department.
Course contains a service-learning component; contact instructor for details.
The following major is allowed: