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What kind of training does a psychiatric nurse have?

Cynthia Diefenbeck
Advanced Practice Nursing
In the United States, psychiatric nurses can be prepared at both generalist and specialist levels. Psychiatric nurses functioning at the generalist level are registered nurses who have completed their education in a bachelors, associates, or diploma nursing program. Psychiatric nurses functioning at the specialist level have advanced education specifically in psychiatric/mental health nursing.

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