Emergency Departments play a key role in the care of patients with acute mental health conditions.
Mental health related problems are wide ranging and require a specialised skillset to effectively assess and manage. The management of these vulnerable patients can often prove challenging to emergency nursing staff.
The resources within this module will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to support patients suffering from a mental health illness.
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