Review the Learning Resources concerning emergency psychiatric medicine.
Consider a case where your adult client had a psychiatric emergency. (Note: If you
have not had an adult client with a psychiatric emergency, ask your preceptor to
describe one of their clients with a psychiatric emergency to use as an example for this
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Briefly describe the case you selected.
Explain how you would treat the client differently if he or she were a child or adolescent.
Explain any legal or ethical issues you would have to consider when working with a
child or adolescent emergency case.
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