MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHIATRIC NURSING


Here’s our growing collection of NCLEX Practice Questions you can use for your upcoming licensure exams for FREE! There are over 3,500 items in this set alone with a wide range of topics to choose from.
We recommend you to try and answer all exams below to be well-equipped for the NCLEX. These exams will help you sharpen your critical thinking skills so that questions appear familiar during the actual exams. Topics are listed on each quiz that specifies what concepts the exam covers.

Guidelines

  • Read each question carefully and choose the best answer.
  • You are given one minute per question. Spend your time wisely!
  • Be sure to read the answers and rationale.
  • If you need clarifications or found any typos, direct them to the comments section for each exam.
  • For each quiz, you’ll see the Text Mode type questions Here’s what they mean:

      In Text Mode all questions and answers are given on a single page for reading and answering at your own pace. Be sure to grab a pen and paper to write down your answers.

       NCLEX practice questions about Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing.


      Generic Psychiatric Nursing Questions
      • Psychiatric Nursing 1 (50 Items)
      • Psychiatric Nursing 2 (50 Items)
      • Psychiatric Nursing 3 (50 Items)
      • Psychiatric Nursing 4 (50 Items)
      • Growth and Development (20 Items)
      • Growth and Development (20 Items) 

      Therapeutic Communication
      • Therapeutic Communication 1 (15 Items)
      • Therapeutic Communication 2 (20 Items)
      • Therapeutic Communication 3 (15 Items)

      Mental and Psychiatric Disorders
      • Cognitive Impairment Disorders (15 Items)
      • Physical, Sexual Abuse, and Family Violence (15 Items)
      • Stress, Anxiety, and Mind-Body Disorders (25 Items)
      • Personality, Mood Disorders, and Suicidal Behavior (25 Items)
      • Schizophrenic Disorders (15 Items)
      • Substance-Related Disorders (15 Items)
      • Substance Abuse (25 Items)
      • Personality Disorders 1 (35 Items)
      • Personality Disorders 2 (50 Items)
      • Childhood and Adolescent Psychiatric Disorders (15 Items)


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      It is not easy to peep into the mind of a person who is suffering from some kind of mental illness, so a nurse has to be educated and well trained to be able to deal with such patients.