NUR 341 - Clinical Practice in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing
Clinical experiences offer students the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills in the direct care of patients. Helps students gain a greater understanding of mental illnesses and disorders, expand their knowledge of psychotropic medications, develop skills in therapeutic communication, and apply a broad range of therapeutic interventions that can be used in a variety of treatment settings. Students are expected to develop insight into their own preconceptions about mental illness, as well as greater self-awareness of personal responses to patient care situations.
NOTE: Nursing Major, minimum grade of C in NUR 301, NUR 302, NUR 306, NUR 316 and NUR 415
Corequisites: NUR 340
Course Typically Offered: Fall & Spring