Delve Into Mental Health Nursing Care Plan Creation
Our Mental and Behavioral Health virtual clinicals provide direction on prioritization of care with modules for both acute and chronic Mental/Behavioral Health care. Our online resources capture scenarios where learners can help prevent mental illness, intervene in situations such as substance abuse and create plans for each patient’s overall well-being.
The scenarios within these products provide learners with the opportunity to work through dozens of situations wherein they must make care decisions based upon a wide range of factors. In this solution, we also explore the role of telehealth in Mental and Behavioral Health.
Family Support and Home Assessments
Our Family Support and Home Assessment virtual clinical allows nurses and nursing students to immerse themselves in a home environment and practice psychosocial assessment and charting techniques. Learners visit the home of a single mother and use observations to build a care plan to put all parties on a path to better physical and mental health.
Prioritization of Care
Nurses who work in mental and behavioral health must learn how to prevent mental illness, when to intervene in dangerous situations and what goes into a care plan. Our Prioritization of Care virtual scenarios provide direction on prioritization of care and intervention selection with tools for the Hospital, Clinic, Mental Health Chronic and Mental Health Acute settings.
The recent growth of telehealth in the mental health space has made it more important than ever for students and nurses to get proper training on how to use clinical judgment and communication skills to assess, monitor, and evaluate the care of these patients remotely. The Telehealth: Mental/Behavioral Health virtual clinical has learners complete three case studies with different patients suffering from varying mental/behavioral health issues.