Course Title: Mental heath – psychiatric nursing interventions Course Description: Issues and trends in the nursing care

of individuals with mental health – psychiatric nursing Credit: 3 units lecture =54 hours Placement: Graduate Students Requirements: 1. Individual reporting 2. Submission of report 3. Submission of test exercise Mode of Evaluation: Written Report Oral Report Midterm Test Final Test General Objectives: 1. Utilize concepts of mental health for their own personal and professional development 2. Identify the psychopathological disorder in providing safe and quality nursing care 3. Render appropriate nursing interventions in the different psychiatric disorders 4. Participates in the class discussions to enhance knowledge in dealing a psychiatric disorders 5. Develop desirable attitudes towards psychiatric patient and their family members Professional Responsibilities Develop Knowledge, attitudes/values and skills (KAVS) by applying the appropriate nursing interventions/ management of patient with psychiatric disorders

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Teaching-Learning

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Evaluation

Time Objectives At the beginning of the semester the student will be given orientation of the following: 1. CSC Philosophy, Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives Including the CHS Mission Goals and Objectives Course syllabi: Resources, mode of Evaluation and requirements of the course  CSC Philosophy, Vision, Mission, Syllabi/ resource unit  Discuss the CSC 30 Minutes   Wall chart Bulletin of information  Hand-outs Activities Allotme nt

Goals and Objectives 

Philosophy, Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives  Interactive Distribution of Participation  hand-outs and discuss the content of the syllabi  Interactive Giving of

30 minutes

Participation  assignment (topics0 for individual reporting Unit I Mental Health – Mental Illness

At the end of the topic the students is expected to: 1. Define concepts of mental health/mental illness 1. Define   Mental Health Mental Illness  Group dynamics by  Basic  Group Submission

concept of Psychiatric Mental Health 5 hours Nursing, Shives, Louise, 7
th

participation  of Critical Thinking/Provoki ng Questions to those who have not called during the class participation

sharing personal experiences in terms of : a. b. Home Cultural practices/rearing beliefs/practices of the family c. Actual experiences towards psychiatric 3. Factors Influencing a person’s a. b. c. Individual/Personal Interpersonal/Relationshi Social/Cultural/Environme  patients (recall experiences) Interactive Brain-storming Participation  about facts and myths Mental Health – Mental Illness Factors p Factors

edition, 2008  Psychiatric

Mental Health Nursing, Videbeck, Sheila, 4th edition, 2008  Psychiatric

2. Describe characteristics of mental health – mental illness 3. Discuss factors which influence mental health – mental illness

2.

Characteristics of Mental Health

and Mental Illness

Nursing: Student Course Book, Oman, September, 2004  Psychiatric

4. Describe the criteria of mental health

4.

nt Factors Criteria of Mental Health a. self b. c. d. e. f. Growth, development and Integration Autonomy Reality Perception Environmental Mastery self-actualization Positive attitude towards

of mental health and mental illness  Asking questions to develop critical thinking/provoking questions:(random questions) a. In your own words, describe mental health. Describe the characteristics, behavior and abilities of someone who is mentally healthy b. When you  Nursing: at

textbook and a reviewer, Sia, Maria Loreto, 2004 Edition

5. Compare the characteristics of mental health – mental illness

5.

g. Cultural Relativism Comparison of Mental Health

and Mental Illness

think of mental illness, what images or Ideas come into your mind? Where do these ideas came from – movies,

television, personal experience? c. What

characteristic do you have that indicate good mental health? UNIT II CHILDHOOD DISORDER At the end of the topic the students id expected to: 1. Discuss the characteristic, risk, factors and family diagnosis of psychiatric disorders of childhood 2. Apply the nursing process to the care of children with 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Conduct Disorders Tourette’s Syndrome Autism Mental Retardation  Individual  Psychiatric  Submission Disorder Reporting (Conceptual Approach)   Interactive Lecture Hand-out of answers of the critical thinking questions  Evaluation of the reports 8 hours

Mental Health Nursing, Videbeck, Sheila, 4th edition, 2008  Psychiatric

distribution prior to t he report  Power point Asking questions to presentation  develop critical

Nursing: at textbook and a reviewer, Sia, Maria Loreto, 2004 Edition

psychiatric disorders 3. Provide education to the clients, families, caregivers and community members for young clients with psychiatric disorders 4. Develop desirable attitudes in the care of childhood disorders

thinking/provoking questions to facilitate class participation: a. As your age now, what are the family beliefs, attitudes and values in terms of family rearing and practices b. As a professional nurse, how would you promote an prevent these childhood disorders while the mother is pregnant what would you teach her? UNIT III ADOLESCENCE DISORDERS (EATING DISORDERS)  Individual BULIMIA NERVOSA “The Anorexia Nervosa “The Reporting (Conceptual Approach)

Review and

Rationales Series for Nursing Mental Health, Hogan, Mary Ann & George Byron Smith, 2005 Edition.

At the end of the topic, the students is expected to:

1.

Types a. b. Diet – Binge – Purge Disorder”

6 hours

 Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Videbeck,

Submission Evaluation of

of answers  reports

1.

Compare 2. 3. 4. Tx

Relentless Pursuit of Thinness” Clinical Manifestations (S/S) Etiology Nursing Interventions/Medical

 

Interactive Lecture Hand-out

Sheila, 4th edition, 2008 pp. 403-420  Psychiatric Nursing: at textbook and a reviewer, Sia, Maria Loreto, 2004 Edition pp. 67-76  Psychiatric Nursing (Student Guide) Cacanindin, Eden Esmas, 2002 Edition, pp 108-110

Class

and contrast the signs and symptoms of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa 2. Discuss various etiologic theories of eating disorders 3. Identify effective treatment for clients with eating disorders 4. Apply the nursing process to the care of the clients with eating disorders

participation

distribution prior to t he report  Power point

presentation Asking questions to develop critical thinking/provoking questions: a. You noticed a friend or family member has been losing weight, has strange eating rituals and constantly takes about diet. You suspect an eating disorders. How would you approach this person? b. A client has the right to refuse the

treatment. How would the nurse address the right when working with a client with anorexia who doesn’t want treatment UNIT IV ELDERLY DISORDER At the end of the topic, the students are expected to: 1. Describe the characteristic and risk factors for dementia 2. Distinguish between Alzheimer’s Disease and Parkinson’s Disease in terms of symptoms, course, nursing 1. Types a. Alzheimer’s Disease b. Parkinson’s Disease 2. Clinical Manifestations 3. Risk Factors 4. Etiology 5. Nursing Diagnosis 6. Nursing Interventions (COGNITIVE DISORDER/DEMENTIA) 7 hours  Individual Reporting (Conceptual Approach)  Hand-outs Interactive Lecture Power point Interview family Distribution    Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Videbeck, Sheila, 4th edition, 2008 pp. 472-495  Psychiatric Nursing: at textbook and a reviewer, Sia, Maria Loreto, 2004 Edition As a nurse,  Submission of requirement  Evaluation of reports

presentation  members in the care of the elderly family  Critical thinking 1. questions: what would you

interventions and medical treatment 3. Apply the nursing process to the care of clients with dementia 4. Identify the methods in meeting the needs of the people who provide care to clients with dementia

think are the special considerations in dealing an elderly client? What do you think are the values/virtues of the caregiver in taking care of the elderly? Why? 2. Are you amenable that placing the client in the home for the aged reasonable despite of the close family ties that the Filipino Culture had? If yes, why? If no, why? UNIT V

At the end of the topic, the students are expected to: 1. Explain the

1.

Types a.Drug Dependence b.Alcoholism

SUBSTANCE ABUSE  Individual Reporting   Interactive lecture OHP/power point

8 hours

Psychiatric

Class

Mental Health Nursing, Videbeck, Sheila,

participation

2.

Characteristics and risk factors

substance abuse and discuss the need for related prevention programs 2. Discuss the characteristic, risk factors and family dynamics prevalent with substance abuse 3. Describe the principles of a 12-step treatment approach for substance abuse

and family dynamics 3. 4. Principles of 12-step treatment Nursing process to the care of

presentation  Supplemental discussions

4th edition, 2008 pp. 337-401  Psychiatric

the clients

Nursing: at textbook and a reviewer, Sia, Maria Loreto, 2004 Edition pp. 361-388

UNIT VI At the end of the topic, the students are expected to: 1. 2. 3. Definition Types of abuse Characteristics of abuse FAMILY VIOLENCE AND RAPE (Women’s and Child Abuse) 7 hours  Secure statistics in determining the incidence of family  Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing,  Submission

of test

1. Discuss the characteristic, risk factors and family dynamics of abusive and violent behaviors 2. Examine the incidence of and trends in domestic violence, child and women abuse and rape 3. Apply the nursing process to the care of the clients who have survive abuse and violence 4. Provide education to clients, families 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

a. b.

Abuses Abuse person

violence and rape from the record of the DSWD, PNP, ETC     Individual reporting Interactive Lecture Hand-outs Power point

Videbeck, Sheila, 4th edition, 2008 pp. 194-210  Psychiatric Nursing: at textbook and a reviewer, Sia, Maria Loreto, 2004 Edition pp. 304-320  Psychiatric Nursing (Student Guide) Cacanindin, Eden Esmas, 2002 Edition, pp 169-173

Incidence Psychological symptoms of Developmental phases of family Long term effects of family Nursing care plan Myths about rape

abused person

violence

presentation/ OHP Presentation  Critical thinking a. In spanking a child an acceptable form of discipline or it is abusive? What determines the appropriateness of discipline? Who should make the decisions, why? b. How can the nurse continue to have a positive relationship with the questions:

10. Rape trauma syndrome

and communities to promote and prevent and early interventions of abuse and violence

clients to return to an abusive relationship? What should the nurse say to the client who has decided to return to an abusive relationship? UNIT VII 1. a. b. c. d. e. f. compulsive g. Personality h. 2. 3. Passive Aggressive Community-Based Care Mental Health Promotion Narcissistic Types Anti-social Histrionic Schizoid Paranoid Avoidant ObsessivePERSONALITY DISORDERS  Individual Reporting  Interactive Lecture  Supplemental Discussions  OHP/ Power Point Presentation  Critical Thinking Questions: a. Where do you see yourself in relation to the four types of temperament 6 hours  Psychiatric

At the end of the topic, the students are expected to: 1. Describe the personality disorders, in terms of the client’s difficulty in perceiving, relating to and thinking about self, others and the environment

Mental Health Nursing, Videbeck, Sheila, 4th edition, 2008 pp. 347-371  Psychiatric

Nursing (Student Guide) Cacanindin, Eden Esmas, 2002 Edition, pp. 111112

2. Discuss factors thought to influence the development of personality disorders 3. Apply the nursing process to the care of clients with personality disorders 4. Provide education to client’s, families and community members to increase their knowledge and understanding personality disorders

(harm, avoidance, novelty, seeking, reward dependence and persistence? b. What has been the most significant influence on your development as a person?

UNIT VIII SEXUAL ABERRATIONS AND SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS

At the end of the topic, the students are expected to: 1. Identi fy the types, characteristics and causes and incidence of sexual aberrations 2. Rend er of nursing interventions in the care of sexual aberrations 3. desirable attitudes to a person with sexual problems/perve rsions Devel op positive

1.

Types of Sexual Perversion a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. Fetishism Transvestic Fetishism Exhibition Pedophilia Voyeurism Sadism Masochism Protteurism Necrophilia Telophone Scatologia Transexualism Zoophilia Bestiality Types of Sexual a. b. c. d. e. Sexual Desire Disorder Sexual Aversion Disorder Sexual Arousal Disorder Orgasm Disorder Premature Ejaculations Nursing Issues

 a.

Critical Seein

Psychiatric

Submission

Thinking Questions: g of these problems in the community where you lived, how do you judge them? How would interview them? b. What do you think are the reasons why such people behave/act this way? As a caregiver, how would you explain to the community regarding the behavior in order to accept them? 6 hours

Nursing: at textbook and a reviewer, Sia, Maria Loreto, 2004 Edition pp. 351-358

of requirements

2. Dysfunction

f. Sexual Pain Disorders 3.

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