Discussion: NURS 6660N Emergency
Discussion: NURS 6660N Emergency
5 the PMHNP is performing an emergency assessment on Renee, a 9-year-old girl who was initially brought to the attention of social services by her maternal grandmother. Renee is reluctant to talk about herself or her home life. The physical examination that acc
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