Nursing: Emergency Nursing Lessons: Neurological and Mental Health Emergencies

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About the Course

Target audience: The target audience for this education program is nurses working within the emergency department who interact daily with patients presenting with neurological and mental health emergencies. 

Course overview: This emergency nursing course covers two key topics. Both neurological and mental health emergencies provide significant challenges to even the most experienced emergency nurse. This course reviews common problems and the best methods to assess and intervene.


About the Author

Jennifer R. Buettner, RN, CEN, currently serves as the nurse educator for the emergency department (ED) at DeKalb Medical Center at Hillandale, Lithonia, Georgia. In this role, Mrs. Buettner works to advance the careers of emergency nurses through education and evidence-based practice. Mrs. Buettner holds certifications in basic disaster life support (BDLS), advanced disaster life support (ADLS), and as a certified emergency nurse (CEN). In addition, she serves as an advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), pediatric advanced life support (PALS), and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) instructor. She is a course coordinator for the trauma nursing core course (TNCC) and emergency nursing pediatric course (ENPC). She is also a current member of the Emergency Nurses Association and an advocate for the Board Certified Emergency Nursing exam.

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