You're solid on your psychiatric nursing fundamental, you've got the assessment part down cold. You have a clear understanding of what's happened to you patient and what's going on with your patient right now.
Now it's time to start helping.
Below are the core interventions that are covered in the PMHN Exam.
- Introduction to Medications, Interventions and Therapies (1:57)
- Medication Reconciliation (4:52)
- First Generation Antipsychotics (5:29)
- Adverse Reactions to FGAs with Nursing Interventions (10:14)
- Second Generation Antipsychotics and Metabolic Syndrome with Nursing Interventions (9:01)
- Mood Stabilizers (11:14)
- Antidepressants (10:49)
- Anxiolytics (2:12)
- Key Lab Values to Know (4:51)
- Milieu Therapy (2:21)
- Group therapy and Irvin Yalom's 11 Curative Factors (3:40)
- Therapeutic Nursing Groups (7:32)
- CBT, DBT, EMDR, and MI (10:06)
- ECT: Procedure and Nursing Interventions (4:34)
- TMS, DBS, and VNS (3:55)
- Overview of Nursing Interventions in Support of Psychiatric Patients (3:49)
- Nursing Interventions for Psychotic Disorders and Bipolar Disorders (7:49)
- Nursing Interventions for Depressive Disorders and Suicidality (2:56)
- Nursing Interventions for Alcohol Withdrawal and Opioid Withdrawal (5:36)
- Nursing Interventions for Anxiety Disorders, Trauma-Related Disorders and O-C Disorders (6:22)
- Nursing Interventions for Neurocognitive Disorders and Delirium (3:56)
- Nursing Interventions for Personality Disorders and Eating Disorders (3:44)
- Psychiatric Emergencies, Seclusion and Restraint (5:14)
- Practice Questions (20:06)
Alison L. Miller, MSN, RN-BC, FAIS
Hi, everyone! I'm the owner of PMHRN and your instructor for this PMHN Exam Prep Master Course. I've been a psychiatric nurse educator for more than 25 years--a job I still love--and am delighted to be able to work together with you in achieving your goal of becoming a Board Certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse.
With Board Certification becoming increasingly recognized and valued, I've turned all my attention to helping as many psychiatric nurses as I can reach that important goal. I've helped hundreds of nurses pass the exam on their first try and want to give you that same help and support.
When I'm not at my computer writing curriculum, I'm on the road lecturing...attending a Rays game...visiting family and friends... watching Husky videos...traveling to beautiful places...reading a Craig Johnson mystery...or hiking whatever trails I can find.