We are searching for a sharp-eyed Behavioral Health Nurse to tend to inpatient and outpatient psychiatric cases. A Behavioral Health Nurse should co-create evidence-based protocols, administer prescribed treatment, and report on prominent deviations in patients' symptomology. You should also restrain otherwise uncontrollable patients to protect them.
To ensure success as a Behavioral Health Nurse, you must exercise empathy and resilience. Ultimately, a brilliant Behavioral Health Nurse will continuously hone their psychiatric skillset to bolster their service provision.
Psychiatric Nurse Responsibilities:
Psychiatric Nurse Requirements:
- Gauging patients' psychiatric states.
- Collaborating on psychiatric intervention plans.
- Administering psychotropic and similar medications.
- Monitoring adherence to non-medicinal treatment regimens.
- Removing potentially harmful and triggering environmental features.
- Restraining, consoling, and sometimes medicating highly unsettled patients.
- Recording patients' health journeys and reporting on notable alterations.
- Conducting targeted psychoeducation, particularly within families.
- Associate's or bachelor's degree in nursing, where the latter is preferred.
- Pertinent state licensure.
- PMHNP-BC is preferred.
- Receipt of BLS training.
- Familiarity with cultural perceptions about psychiatric difficulties.
- Well-honed triaging, diagnostic, and clinical judgment capacities.
- Superb interpersonal and collaboration abilities.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Resilience, immense empathy, and resolution.