NURS 3132 - Mental Health
Lecture Hour(s): 6
Lecture Hours Schedule Type: Lecture, Blended, Online
In this course, students will use primary health care, considering population groups and influences, as a framework for promoting health, and providing holistic care for a diversity of adults and families experiencing acute and chronic mental illness. Students will examine effective collaborative relationships and inter-professional partnerships, advocacy, capacity building, critical thinking and clinical judgment in a variety of contexts. Success in this course is supported when this course is taken concurrently with NURS 3134 .
Prerequisite(s): HLTH 2250 , INTS 1240 , PSYC 2235 , HPED 2507 , as well as a grade of C or higher in NURS 2215 and an EP in NURS 2216 .
One of GNED 1101 , GNED 1102 , or GNED 1103 , one of GNED 1201 , GNED 1202 , or GNED 1203 , one of GNED 1301 , GNED 1303 , or GNED 1304 , and one of GNED 1401 , GNED 1403 , GNED 1404 , or ENGL 1101 .