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This is a 50-item examination about Psychiatric Nursing. Questions in this exam cover Substance Abuse, Electroconvulsive Therapy, Anorexia Nervosa, and various questions about Psychiatric Nursing. If you are preparing for the boards or NCLEX then this exam can enhance your knowledge and understanding of the topic.
Now let’s examine your knowledge and understanding of Psychiatric Nursing. Below is a 50-item examination about Psychiatric Drugs, Personality Disorders, Alcoholism, and various questions about the topic perfect for your review for the NCLEX.
A healthcare nurse must have a vast experience and understanding when it comes to caring for the psychiatric patients. Below is a 50-item examination about Psychiatric Nursing which covers Psychiatric Drugs, Personality Disorders, and various questions about the topic perfect for your review for the NCLEX.
Do you suspect that a co-worker is abusing drugs or alcohol and impaired while at work? What are the signs? What should you do about it?
1 in 10 of nurses may be impaired due to the abuse of drugs or alcohol.
With the advent of technology, women who are physically and mentally challenged are given more ease during pregnancy and childbirth with the guidance of their healthcare providers.
This nursing exam tackles important issues about substance-related disorders including the types, causes, and the management of substance abuse. Equip yourselves with enough knowledge by answering this 15-item exam and do best in your NCLEX!
Substance abuse, or also known as drug abuse, is a disorder of continuum of phases incorporating a cluster of cognitive, behavioral, and physiological symptoms that include loss of control over use of the substance and a continued use of the substance despite adverse consequences.
Appraise or increase your knowledge with this 50 item NCLEX-style quiz covering topics like substance abuse, eating disorders, psychiatric medications and more.
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