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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing

Competency-Based Assessments

Psychiatric-Mental Health NursingCompetency-Based Assessments

Competency-Based Assessments

1 .
Create a poster with information for nurses on self-care strategies. Make your poster visually engaging and make sure to include tips that will help with mind, body, and spirit. Address the holistic needs of the nurse.
2 .
Describe an approach you would take to provide culturally competent and affirming care to an LGBTQIA+ client with a mental health diagnosis, including specific strategies you would employ to ensure that their unique needs are met and they feel safe and respected throughout the care process.
3 .
You are asked to educate a group of health-care professionals about culturally sensitive and inclusive care for unhoused clients with mental health diagnoses. Develop a brief presentation highlighting key considerations, communication strategies, and resources that promote culturally competent care for this population.

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