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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing

Competency-Based Assessments

Psychiatric-Mental Health NursingCompetency-Based Assessments

Competency-Based Assessments

1 .
Outline the key issues involved in diagnosing mild neurocognitive disorders, including the criteria mentioned in the DSM-5 for mild neurocognitive disorder (MiND).
2 .
Describe the role of the nurse when a client is being treated for mild neurocognitive disorders, providing examples of nursing interventions that align with the outlined treatments.
3 .
Lay out the key differences in the diagnosis of delirium and dementia. How does the nurse contribute to the identification and assessment of these conditions in a clinical setting?
4 .
Define the various forms of dementia (major neurocognitive disorder) and provide an overview of their clinical manifestations.
5 .
Outline the approaches used in planning nursing care for a client with a major neurocognitive disorder. How can nurses assess and manage the environment to enhance the safety and well-being of individuals with dementia?

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