Rose

case Learning Resources

For this Discussion, review the case Learning Resources and the case study excerpt presented. Reflect on the case study excerpt and consider the therapy approaches you might take to assess, diagnose, and treat the patient’s health needs. Case: An elderly widow who just lost her spouse. Subjective: A patient presents to your primary care office …

case Learning Resources Read More »

psychopharmacologic treatments

Select psychopharmacologic treatments you might recommend for treatment of patients with Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders. THE ASSIGNMENT Create a study guide for the assigned psychotropic medication agents. Your study guide should be in the form of an outline with references, and you should incorporate visual elements such as concept maps, charts, diagrams, images, …

psychopharmacologic treatments Read More »

Mobility

Mobility can have either a positive or negative impact on our patients’ lives. You are the nurse of an older adult who is being discharged and need to provide education for the promotion of safe ambulation. How can mobility promote a healthy lifestyle?   Mobility can have either a positive or negative impact on our …

Mobility Read More »

humanistic-existential psychotherapy

Briefly describe humanistic-existential psychotherapy and the second approach you selected. Explain at least three differences between these therapies. Include how these differences might impact your practice as a PMHNP. Focusing on one video you viewed, explain why humanistic-existential psychotherapy was utilized with the patient in the video and why it was the treatment of choice. …

humanistic-existential psychotherapy Read More »

personal philosophy of teaching

This week, you will develop your personal philosophy of teaching in a written statement, articulating your beliefs about important educational theories and practices. Your teaching philosophy should be based on what is meaningful to you in your approach to teaching.There is no right or wrong way to write a personal teaching philosophy. However, for the …

personal philosophy of teaching Read More »

Personality disorders

Personality disorders represent perhaps the most challenging disorders that psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioners will have to address in their professional careers. Personality disorders can co-occur in every mental health disorder and, in some cases, can mask other disorders. Although difficult to treat, the PMHNP must be able to identify personality disorders and endeavor to work …

Personality disorders Read More »

eye pain

AM is a 22-year-old man presenting to the local emergency department (ED) with acute onset  of right eye pain. The pain started 6 hours prior and has not improved with artificial tears or oral  acetaminophen. He reports the possibility of accidentally “scratching his right eye” when trying  to remove his contact lens. Past Medical History • Wears soft …

eye pain Read More »

External otitis

ZM is an 8-year-old male who is brought to the clinic by his mother for complaints of acute left ear pain. She has recently picked him up from a week-long stay at camp, and he stated his ear hurt so bad he was crying. When his mother looked at this ear, she noticed the outside …

External otitis Read More »

neurotransmitters

Instructions: Select two of the following neurotransmitters: Serotonin Norepinephrine Dopamine Acetylcholine Glutamate Melatonin Histamine GABA For each neurotransmitter, please discuss the following: pharmacologic action, the drug class it is most closely linked to, expected outcomes, and potential side effects. Based on this information, which condition would these neurotransmitters be considered for the treatment plan? Instructions: Select two …

neurotransmitters Read More »

Scroll to Top