CLINICAL DISORDERS IN MENTAL HEALTH PACKAGE - 20 CONTACT HOURS - NBT20

$81.95

Contact hours will be awarded until the package's expiration date of 10/31/2020.

It is estimated that 1 in 5 adults have a mental health condition. Supporting mental health is an important part of overall well-being. Nurses will gain increased understanding of mental health conditions from four courses in this 20-hour CE package: Bipolar and Related Disorders, Recognizing Mental Health Issues Co-Occurring with Medical Conditions, Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and ADHD in Adults.

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ADHD in Adults - N1919
ADHD is no longer seen as a childhood disorder, and it is likely that many adults affected by the ADHD are undiagnosed. It is for this r...

ADHD is no longer seen as a childhood disorder, and it is likely that many adults affected by the ADHD are undiagnosed. It is for this reason that this course has been developed: to educate healthcare professionals and bring clarity and a deeper understanding to the research, diagnosis, and treatment of ADHD in adults. Additionally, the significance of workplace-related issues and ADHD are discussed.

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Bipolar and Related Disorders: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment Strategies, 2nd Ed. - N1817
This course will provide nurses with information to assist in their understanding of bipolar and related disorders, risks and prevention...

This course will provide nurses with information to assist in their understanding of bipolar and related disorders, risks and prevention measures, identification, assessment, and management across the course of the illness. Nurses with a focus on prevention and holistic care will gain knowledge and tools to better identify the complex factors that affect these clients, including assessment of the signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder, understanding of associated risks and appropriate treatments, strategies for crisis management and recovery, and relapse-prevention and symptom-management strategies for long-term stabilization. Nurses are tasked with collaborating with other health professionals and making appropriate referrals in order to provide a continuum of care that helps patients gain stability; as such, resources and appropriate supports are presented. Nurses work with individual clients and the support systems affected by the symptoms of these disorders. Recognition of necessary and appropriate supports for individuals and families is essential to promoting recovery. Written for nurses, this basic-level course presents essential information about bipolar and related disorders, including epidemiology, signs and symptoms, causal and associated risk factors, assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and implementation, symptom management, relapse prevention, and outcomes evaluation.

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Recognizing Mental Health Issues Co-occurring with Medical Conditions - N1885
Patients with a medical condition may display psychiatric symptoms or responses, and sometimes longer lasting mental health problems. Al...

Patients with a medical condition may display psychiatric symptoms or responses, and sometimes longer lasting mental health problems. All nurses practicing in a general healthcare setting must be prepared to assist patients with maintaining optimal mental health. This course is focused on those psychiatric and mental health issues related to a chronic medical condition that nurses working in a general or non-psychiatric nursing specialty area may encounter.

This course is designed to enhance the skills required by those nurses without specific mental health training caring for patients with psychiatric and mental health issues in general practice settings. By taking this course, psychiatric nurses may also receive new insight into the general medical patient with a related mental health issue or problem.

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Understanding Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: From Assessment to Treatment, 2nd Ed. - N1826
This course provides an overview of PTSD for nurses working in a variety of roles and settings. This course addresses the history, incid...

This course provides an overview of PTSD for nurses working in a variety of roles and settings. This course addresses the history, incidence, etiology, and risk factors for PTSD, identifies diagnostic criteria across all age groups. Screening and assessment for PTSD are discussed as well as the disorder's major clinical signs and symptoms. Special considerations for assessing and diagnosing PTSD for specific populations are presented and therapeutic approaches for treating and managing PTSD are discussed.