Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMN) provide support to people suffering from various mental health conditions. The role of a Registered Mental Health Nurse is varied depending on the environment and facilities they work in.
RMN can specialise in working with children or older people or in a specific field such as eating disorders or substance missuse. Working in a multidisciplinary team, liaising with other professionals like occupational therapists, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists and other health professionals is often part of the role of an RMN.
All nursing is about person-centred care, however, this is especially true of an RMN, one may work with patients in setting like their own homes, community centres, hospitals, outpatient’s departments, specialist units or secure residential units and much more.
Assessing and supporting patients, physical care, giving medication and much more are some of the tasks an RMN does on a daily basis. In order to do these tasks, a RMN needs to be understanding, sympathetic, non-judgemental and good communication skills.
An RMN also need the have the ability to empathise and relate to people of all ages and backgrounds and be able to stay calm and in control of difficult situations.
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