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psych NP

nursing process psych nurs 211

standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 1 assessment- def; collect what; interview whom; observes what; what exam nursing physical assessment of physical, psych, sociocultural, spiritual, cognitive; health data pertinent to the patients health; client and famiy; client in their environment;
standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 1 assessment- what are predisposing factors; what else to assess; what are the 1 psych assessment; how can family dynamics effect a client's well-being; general info, precipitating events, client's perceptions, adaptation; anxiety, mood, ego defense;
standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 1 assessment- in the summary of initial psychosocial/physical assessments what is identified; knowledge deficits, nursing dx indicated
brief mental status exam: eval of what mental functions; what score is normal; what score is mild cog impairement; what is severe cog impairment orientation to time, place, attention and immediate recal, abstract thinking, recent memory, naming objects, ability to follow simple verbal commands and written command, use of language correctly, understanding spatial relationships; 21-30; 11-20; 0-10
standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 2 diagnosis- analyze what; include level of __; potential problems and formulated and what the assessment data; risk; prioritized
standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 3 outcomes indentification- indentifies expected __ for individualized plan;how are goals made; most effective when developed how; outcomes; measurable, realistic; with interdisciplinary team members
standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 4 planning- the most appropriate interventions based on what; priorities for the delivery of ___ are determined curret psychoatroc/mental health nursing practive and research; nursing care
standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 5 implementation- what is executed takinginto consideration the nurse's level of practice, education and certification; the care plan is a blueprint for what; interventions; delivery of safe, ethical and appropriate interventions;
standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 5 implementation- what are the 3 things nurse is to do; nurse coordiates care delivery, nurse promotes health and safe environment, milieu theray;
milieu is French for what middle
standard of psychiatric nursing: standard 6 eval- nurse evalswhat progress to attainmentofexpected outcomes, measures success of the intervention in meeting outcomes, client's response to treatment is documented, care plan is revied and revised
client Dx: the med diagnosis is made is according to what; how many axises are; what is axis one, what is axis 2; whatis axis 3; what is axis 4; axis 5; the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders; 5; clinical disorders; personality disorders and mental retardation; general medical condition; psychosical and environmental problems; global assessment
cultural concepts in mental health: culture and ethnicity affect what; nurses must understand the effects of what; subcultures can have differences due to what behavior, its interpretation and the response to it; culture to work effectively with diverse populations; status, ethnic background residence, religion, education or other factors
cultural concepts in mental health: what communication; what space; what is social organization; what is time; verbal non verbal; where communication occurs- distance, territoriality, density; behavior is socially acquired; some value punctuality;
cultural concepts in mental health: what is environmental control; what is biological variation perception of control of environment, respect belief; body structure, skin color, physiological response to medication, susceptibility to disease and nutritional preferences
spiritual concepts on mental health: def spirituality; spirituality exists regardless of what; earliest tx for mental illness focused on spiritual treatment why the human quality that gives meaning and sense of purpose to a person's existence; belief system, interconnects self and others, the environment and higher power; b/c insanity was considered a disruption of mind and spirit;
what are the needs associated with humans meaning and purpose of life, faith or trust in someone or something, hope, love forgiveness
SOAPIE documentation: what is S; whatis O; whatis A; what is p; subjective data-what client, family of other source has said or reported; objective date- direct observation, assessment including a BP, behaviors; assessment- the nurse's interpretation of the subjective and objective data; plan- actions or tx
SOAPIE documentation: what is I; what is E; intervention- nursing actions carried out; evaluation- eval the problem following nursing interventions
Created by: jmkettel