N 380G N 380G. Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing I: Clinical. 3 Hours.
A precepted, clinical environment in which to apply knowledge related to biological and psychosocial theories, pharmacology, health promotion, and ethics to patients and families with common psychiatric and behavioral disorders. Emphasis is placed on role development using standardized procedures and tools that assist in diagnosis, treatment, and developing beginning-level therapy skills in multiple modalities. Twelve laboratory hours a week for one semester. Offered on the letter-grade basis only. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the School of Nursing, and consent of instructor or one of the following: Nursing 380D, concurrent enrollment in Nursing 380F, credit or registration for Nursing 180C.