Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Psychosocial Adaptation

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Free board review question of the week psychosocial adaption

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This week’s case-based question:

A client is brought to the facility in an agitated state and admitted to the psychiatric unit for observation and treatment. While putting personal items away, the client talks rapidly and folds and unfolds garments several times. He can’t seem to settle down.

Which nursing diagnosis is most applicable at this time?

Answer Options

Disturbed personal identity.
Compromised family coping.

And the answer is …

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