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Psychiatric Rns provide nursing services to people suffering from mental illness. Common job duties seen on a Psychiatric Rn resume sample are reassuring patients, administering medication, providing support to families, collaborating with doctors and social workers, writing patient records, and attending meetings and case conferences. Most resumes in the field make display of the following qualifications: clinical skills, medical teamwork, stamina, attention to safety, empathy, and bedside manners. A Bachelor's Degree in nursing and training in mental health are required.

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Psychiatric RN

  • Perform admissions and discharge assessments.
  • Perform medication teaching and administration.
  • Directed focused nursing groups for adults with Phobias, Anxiety, Suicidal Ideation, Poly Substance Abuse, Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar, and Schizophrenia.
  • Directed and participated in rounds with Dr.'s to create treatment plans specific to client's needs.
  • Recorded detailed nursing notes
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
AS
Nursing
BS
Nursing
2

Psychiatric RN, Relief Shift Supervisor

  • Make concise and timely management decisions and delegate responsibilities appropriately and fairly as a Charge Nurse and Supervisor
  • Administer psychiatric skilled nursing care, as well as medication administration
  • Assess patients of all ages to meet their psychiatric and medical care needs
  • Provide 1:1 therapeutic processing and build rapport with emotionally distressed individuals, as well as de-escalate agitated and aggressive patients
  • Work in an interdisciplinary context to determine best plan of care for psychiatric patients
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
AS
Nursing
BS
Psychology
3

Acute Care Psychiatric RN

  • Asses patients for psychological change/deterioration/improvement
  • Usage of therapeutic communication
  • Education on medication that is administered to increase chances of home compliance upon discharge
  • Reduce feelings of mania, un-safety, suicidal ideation and inner command hallucinations.
  • Communicate with physician on call when pt. is admitted
  • Document pt care
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
9
months
at this job
AS
Nursing
4

Psychiatric RN

  • Reconcile physician orders to the medication administration record.
  • Communicating with multiple disciplines of healthcare for continuity of care.
  • Administration of all forms of prescribed medications while noting the client's right to medication administration.
  • Perform assessments of clients and noting change in behavior to ensure safety of clients and staff.
  • Accurately document all elements of nursing care including, but not limited to: nursing assessments, discharge information, medication administration etc.
  • Supervise assignments of mental health technicians and ensure that all client observations are accurately documented.
  • Assist hearing impaired client with communication with staff and phone calls to family.
  • Provide client care as needed including assessment of vital signs, treatment of wounds, blood draw for labs, glucose testing, breathing treatments, etc.
  • Monitor and document on clients during seclusions/restraints.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
10
months
at this job
HS
Education
AS
Nursing Program
AA
Associate of Arts

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