Lauralilyxo
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I’m doing mental health nursing in September, either Herts, Anglia or Middlesex. I’m curious for any current mh students or nurses what clinical skills side of things you learn like adult general nurses do? Meaning like the physical skills as well as mental, Eg injections, cpr, catheters. I love that side of things, hopefully I’ve explained it well, thanks
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I’m only first year MH so perhaps any 2nd/3rd years can jump in with the skills we learn as MH nurses further into the course…. But even just in first year we’ve learnt how to administer injections, manual BP, urinalysis, BLS (basic life support which is CPR etc), the list goes on! As well as some therapeutic approaches of course and basic pharmacological approaches
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