NUR3531C: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Concepts and Practice 4
Prerequisite:  NUR 3028L and NUR 3065L and NUR 3118L and NUR 3619 and NUR 3825
Co-requisite: NUR 3166 and NUR 3128 and NUR 3219C
Description: This is the second clinical course for pre-licensure baccalaureate nursing students. This course includes information required for assessment and care that supports the adaptation of individuals with mental illness. The focus is on factors that affect the optimal health and well being of vulnerable individuals, families, and communities. Emphasis is on professional nursing roles and responsibilities in designing and managing care for individuals with psychiatric conditions in a variety of community and inpatient settings. The learner will participate in clinical activities as a provider of direct and indirect care. This course, along with NUR 3219C Adult Health I Rehabilitation and Chronic Care Nursing Concepts and Practice, replaces NUR 3535C Psychiatric and Rehabilitative Nursing Concepts and Practice.