Mental Health Nursing
Mental Health Nursing (Psychiatric Nursing) is a specialized branch of nursing cadre that involves the care of individuals with a mental illness, as well as helps them to recover and improve their excellence & quality of life.
Department of Mental Health (Psychiatric) Nursing, provides scholastic services and conducts research related activities to uphold mental health and prevent mental health problems of society. It continuously intercedes and rehabilitates patients with psychiatric problems. It uses concept of human behavior and its scientific framework for explaining the condition of human being in nursing practice.
The Department is also committed to provide opportunities for professional growth, including conducting CNE Programs and Insightful orientation services.
Our Mental Health Nursing department has well-informed and committed faculties. They provides quality teaching to undergraduate and post graduate students by assisting them in rising skill and an in-depth understanding of the ground knowledge. It helps the students to function as instructor, case manager and investigator in the field of mental health nursing.
Psychiatric history collection
Therapeutic nurse-patient relationship
Mental status examination
Psychotropic drug administration
Managing psychiatric emergencies
Stress Management Strategies
Legal and ethical aspects
Activities by Department:
Guidance and counselling to Students
Structured exercise program for Students
Conducting Yoga camps in community areas
Conducting competitions and quiz Programmes
Regular Outreach Programmes in the schools and community
Regular Continuing Nursing Education for departmental faculty
Conducting Seminars, Panel Discussions
Affiliated to Government and Private Hospitals.
World Mental Health Day, 10th October
World Suicide Prevention Day 10th September
World Alzheimer’s Day, 21st September
World Senior Citizen’s Day,21st August
World Schizophrenia Day, 24th May