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Running head: MENTAL HEALTH 1 Mental health Antonia Livingston HCA210 June 11,2010
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MENTAL HEALTH 2 Mental health The professions that I have chosen to research are nursing and psychiatric aides, and mental health social workers. These two professions are a like in many ways because they are both in a position to help others in any way possible. Nursing and Psychiatric aides are individuals that enjoy helping others that have any mental illness, disability, or health problem that does not allow them to take care of themselves. The aides are responsible for taking care of the patients with eating, bathing, and dressing. They also help observe and evaluate the patient’s mental, physical, and emotional conditions and health. The aides do not really have to have any type of degree to work as a nurse aid and some facilities provide the classes needed to work. There are college classes that can be taken at a trade, vocational, or university if the person is really interested in the medical field. When working in a nursing home
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This note was uploaded on 08/11/2010 for the course HCA 220 AAGH0R7BB1 taught by Professor Loftin during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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