NURSNG637-02Z Mental and Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family (with Sun Kim)

NURSNG637-02Z Mental and Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family (with Sun Kim)

Multicultural individuals and families at risk for mental and psychosocial problems are considered within the context of urban living. Nursing theory and research is applied to developing processes of care for individuals across the lifespan with mental health and psychosocial problems. Students learn evidence-based care including cognitive-behavioral, psychopharmacological, and non-traditional approaches to psychosocial and related physical problems. Research related to environmental, psychosocial, genetic, economic, family systems, developmental risk factors, drug efficacy and nonpharmacological approaches for individuals with mental and psychosocial illness is investigated. The impact of contemporary health care policy and legislative proposals on quality, cost, and access to care is investigated.

Prerequisite(s): Department permission required. For further information about how to register, please click here.
Lab Fee: $34

Credit(s):

3

Location:

Online

Day(s) and Time(s):

May 30-Aug 24

Availability:

Course is full.
Class Number:1842_Smr2017
Your Price: $1,759.00

Important Dates:
Registration begins: April 3, 2017

Online registration ends: 8:30am on the day of the first class meeting

For more important dates and information, please click here and view the Summer Academic Calendar.