Mental Health Emergency Nursing

As a mental health emergency nurse l play an important role helping patients and will need to show empathy along with excellent observational skills

Mental health emergency nurses provide support to people suffering from various mental health conditions. The work involves helping the patient to recover from their illness or to come to terms with it in order to lead a positive life.

You can specialise in working with children or older people, or in a specific area such as eating disorders. Work is often carried out in multidisciplinary teams, liaising with psychiatrists, psychologists, occupational therapists, GPs, social workers and other health professionals.

  • their own homes
  • community healthcare centres
  • hospital outpatients departments
  • specialist units
  • secure residential units.
  • Philosophical and ethical themes in mental health
  • Mental health across the life span
  • Mental health legislation
  • Mental health services and policies
  • Fighting against stigma
  • Evidence based mental health care
  • Poverty and loneliness
  • Mental health in developing regions
  • eMental health services
  • Mental health services and policies
  • Mental health in developing regions
  • eMental health services

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