Crisis - psychiatric mental health nursing Which goals...

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Crisis Learning Guide Etiology What is a crisis? What are the 3 types of crisis? Assessment What are the signs, symptoms, and complications of crisis? What are the “Balancing Factors” that determine whether a stressful event becomes a crisis? Diagnosis What are the priority nursing diagnoses that address physical, psychosocial, and learning needs of the client in crisis? Planning What characteristics distinguish the nurse/client relationship during crisis intervention from the nurse/client relationship in other areas of
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Unformatted text preview: psychiatric mental health nursing? Which goals assist the client in crisis toward health promotion, health maintenance, and/or health restoration? Interventions What are the priority nursing interventions related to the client in crisis? Evaluation What criteria are used to evaluate interventions and goals? How might the nurse modify the nursing care plan? What legal and ethical issues must be considered in caring for the client in crisis?...
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