HNB1003 - Professional Experience Placement 1 Nursing
|1.||Review how the regulatory frameworks, standards and codes of practice and ethics, and government policies guide the safe delivery of evidence based person-centred mental health care;|
|2.||Articulate knowledge and skills in psychiatric assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation and documentation of care to formulate nursing management of people with selected mental health conditions across the lifespan using digital health;|
|3.||Appraise population health and nursing-related theories of mental distress to examine mental illness across the lifespan;|
|4.||Contextualise clinical reasoning and critical thinking when planning and implementing recovery oriented, trauma informed nursing care to people with anxiety, mood and psychotic disorders across the lifespan;|
|5.||Critically reflect on their professional and therapeutic communication using the principles of partnering with consumers and carers and taking into account Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, other cultures and people of diversity; and|
|6.||Exhibit knowledge in pathophysiology and the principles of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics in psychotropic medication.|
|Poster||Poster exploring evidence based mental health care. (500 words Group Work)||15%|
|Portfolio||Portfolio of assessment and interventions in mental health nursing. (2000 words)||50%|
|Other||OSCA - Videoed Interview of applying professional and therapeutic communication skills.||35%|
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