Mental Health Nursing
Mental health nursing is an interpersonal process that promotes and maintains behavior that contributes to integral functioning in clients with behavioral disorders. Mental Health Nursing helps to prevent or cope with the experience of illness and suffering and to find meaning in these experiences. It combines the knowledge, experience, and skills of nursing and mental health. This specialty focus on students to practices mental health nursing for individuals with emotional disorders, family and community in crisis situation and with high risk individuals and groups.
|1||Mrs. Carolin Jeba Rani||Associate Professor cum HOD|
|2||Mrs. Amanda Joanna||Clinical Instructor|