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Mental and Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family

Description:
Multicultural individuals and families at risk for mental and psychosocial problems are considered within the context of urban living. Nursing theory and research is applied to developing processes of care for individuals across the lifespan with mental health and psychosocial problems. Students learn evidence-based care including cognitive-behavioral, psychopharmacological, and non-traditional approaches to psychosocial and related physical problems. Research related to environmental, psychosocial, genetic, economic, family systems, developmental risk factors, drug efficacy and nonpharmacological approaches for individuals with mental and psychosocial illness is investigated. The impact of contemporary health care policy and legislative proposals on quality, cost, and access to care is investigated.

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2015 Fall

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 13290 - Kim,Sun S ON-LINE More Info
02 13291 - Kim,Sun S ON-LINE More Info
03 13292 - Kim,Sun S ON-LINE More Info

2016 Fall

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 6779 - Kim,Sun S ON-LINE More Info
02 6780 - Kim,Sun S ON-LINE More Info

2016 Spring

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 7454 - Kim,Sun S ON-LINE More Info
02 7455 - Kim,Sun S ON-LINE More Info
03 7456 - Kim,Sun S ON-LINE More Info

2016 Summer

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01Z 2242 - LaCoursiere,Sheryl P. ON-LINE More Info
02Z 2243 - LaCoursiere,Sheryl P. ON-LINE More Info
03Z 4067 - LaCoursiere,Sheryl P. ON-LINE More Info