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.

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.



Medications, Interventions and Therapies

Section 3 of PMHRN's ANCC Board Certification Exam Prep Course


When can I start?

Right now! Once you enroll in the course, you'll have instant access to it.

How long can I have access to the course?

Twelve months. Yep, you'll have a full year to prep for the exam (although I always recommend keeping it to just 6 months of study time, to keep everything fresh. But life isn't always cooperative with our plans, so I thought a year would be more considerate.)

Let's say I watch a video a couple of times, but i still have questions about that topic. Can I get in touch with you about it?

You bet! I love talking with students! You can drop me a note via email or leave a message for me on our Facebook page, and I'll get back to you PDQ.

What if I'm unhappy with the course?

Life is too short to be unhappy! So I always give my students two weeks to look things over, see if they connect with my style of teaching, and check out the topics a bit more. If at any point during those first two weeks you decide this is not for you (for whatever reason!0 just let me know and I'll refund your full amount, no sweat.