Course : Psychiatric Mental Health Advanced Practicum I
- Course Number
- NURS 5463/5473
- Section Number
- X10, X11, X12 and X 13
- Fall 2022
- Dr. Kimberly Mercer
- Days & Times
- Final Exam Day/Time
- Monday, December 05, 2022 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
â¢ Demonstrate planning, implementing, and evaluating care of oneâs own mental health.
â¢ Collaborate with individual clients to develop evidence-based approaches for promotion and protection of mental health and prevention of mental illness.
â¢ Begin the application of advanced assessment, diagnosis and treatment of clients experiencing psychiatric mental health problems.
â¢ Collaborate with clients to develop a plan to avert relapse.
â¢ Apply essential elements of physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual care in the promotion of health in self and others.
â¢ Explore a wide range of approaches to evidence-based psychotherapy of individual clients experiencing psychiatric mental health problems.
â¢ Integrate psychopharmacotherapy in effective management of individuals experiencing psychiatric mental health problems.
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This is an online class and students are expected to have adequate access to a computer and check the course via Brightspace (D2L) on a daily basis for updates and information. Work will be submitted electronically by dates due. Reading assignments and Brightspace (D2L) learning activities, as detailed in the course calendar must be addressed and responded to promptly. All course requirements must be met in order to pass the course. Reading assignments should be completed as outlined in the course syllabus. Written assignments should be in APA, 7th edition, format. This includes citations and references. All written work submitted for evaluation is to be the work of the student who submits it.
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This is an online class but will meet on campus 2 times per semester.
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