Objectives


    1. At the end of this course, participants will be able to
    2. Identify the psychological constructs that increase the risk of heart failure (HF).
    3. Discuss the identification of depression in nursing assessments.
    4. Describe treatment options for depression and anxiety to prevent heart failure.
    5. Describe a patient interaction that promotes positive well-being.
    6. Apply principles of Positive Psychology to prevent HF in patients at risk for HF.
    7. Discuss the relationship between an optimistic view and pessimistic one on quality of  life of patient with HF.
    8. List three quality of life measurements used with patients who have HF.

     

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