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MFP 2017 Conference and Institute
Children, Adolescents, Youth in Transition to Adulthood(16-24)
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HHS Action Plan to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
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Announcing the SAMHSA MFP at ANA Scholars FY 2017-2018
Spotlight on: Affordable Private HBCUs
Health Disparities Widget
Addiction doc says: It’s not the drugs. It’s the ACEs – adverse childhood experiences.
MFP 2017 Conference and Institute Resources
Hunter–Prey Discourse: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Online Posts of Men Who Buy Sex
The Internet has emerged as a major expediter of the commercial sex (CS) industry. While use of web-based CS industry sites is brisk, the full extent of their impact remains unclear particularly how they influence users’ views of the CS industry. OBJECTIVE: This research study sought to uncover the nuances of buyers’ interactions on an online CS website. DESIGN: Six hundred sixty-six online posts from 363 unique members were collected and analyzed using critical discourse analysis. RESULTS: Via the use of language and dialogue, particular ways of thinking about and talking about buying sex are normalized and reinforced. Evident within these discursive patterns are mechanisms by which assumptions are forwarded, perceptions shaped, and authority established. CONCLUSIONS: Information about how CS industry websites establish beliefs, relationships, and practices among its users may increase understanding of how the CS industry seeks to gain acceptance in the American culture and normalize its activities.
What is Sex Trafficking?
Infographic the defines the process and impact of sex trafficking, including the definition of sex trafficking, how victims are identified and assisted by service providers.
Alumni Spotlight - Austin Nation, PhD, MSN, PHN, RN
Each month the MFP will showcase one alumnus’ amazing nursing journey and how their MFP experience helped them pursue their dream.
The Margaret E. Mahoney Fellowship in Health Policy
The Margaret E. Mahoney Fellowship in Health Policy program provides stipends for outstanding medical, dental, public health, public policy, and graduate nursing students to conduct summer research projects on some aspect of health care delivery transformation for vulnerable populations and/or early childhood health and development, with an emphasis on policy implications. Fellows are also required to participate in a variety of leadership development activities and will have the opportunity to meet local and national health policy leaders. Fellows will receive a stipend of $6,000 intended to cover living expenses.
There’s a shortage of child psychiatrists, and kids are hurting
Introducing the 2016-2017 MFP-Y at ANA Cohort
Alcohol-Induced Blackouts in Young Adults Predict Other Harms
Neuroimaging Spotlights the Impact of Therapists’ Words on Teen Brains
Top Nursing Researcher To Create Center For Health Equity Of Native American, Indigenous People
Deadly Drug Used to Sedate Elephants Has Hit the Streets [PDF]
Social Determinants of Depression Among Hispanic Women [PDF]
New MFP Traditional Scholars FY 2016-2017 [PDF]
Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
Save the Date: Summer MFP Intensive Training Institute [PDF]
MFP Summer Intensive Training Institute Highlights [PDF]
Job Opportunity: Nurse Practitioner (Psychiatric) - Indian Health Service
DSM-5: Racism can cause PTSD similar to soldiers after war
4th Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference Call for Papers
California Targets African Americans and Latinos in New Round of Obamacare
XULA Health Disparities Call for Abstracts
Introducing MFP Scholars FY 2015-2016
The Office of the MFP is pleased to announce the appointment of the new SAMHSA MFP Scholars at ANA for 2015 – 2016. MFP Scholars are selected by competitive review of their application package by the National Advisory Selection Committee.
Call for Proposals: Building the Qualitative/Mixed Methods Community.
Submission deadline: Nov. 6, 2015
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
Appointment of the New MFP Executive Program Consultant at ANA
Frieda Hopkins Outlaw, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been appointed as the Executive Program Consultant for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Minority Fellowship Program at ANA.
Online Mental Health Screening Test
Diversity among Registered Nurses: Slow but Steady Progress
Nurse-to-Nurse Workplace Bullying Course
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month [PDF]
MFP Intensive Summer Training Institute Program Agenda [PDF]
Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Free mental health services for U.S. military personnel and families
National Mental Health Awareness Month 2015
First Lady Michelle Obama: Keynote speaker at the national launch of the Campaign to Change Direction
Call for Abstracts: 39th AMERSA Annual Conference
AMERSA seeks abstract submissions of recent substance use-related research and education innovations.
CERC Call for Abstracts 2015
The CERC 8th Annual Health Disparities Institute - "Eliminating health disparities in minority communities through translational research, targeted policy revisions, community-based participatory research and capacity building"
Advanced Nursing Degrees a Prescription for Health Care Jobs
Deadline Extended to April 17th: Call for Applications for the Minority Fellowship Program-Youth
The Minority Fellowship Program at the American Nurses Association has been awarded the “Now is the Time: Minority Fellowship Program- Youth (NITT-MFP-Y)” grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The NITT-MFP-Y was developed to increase access to mental health services for youth in America.
President Obama Honors Jamaican (MFP Alumna) for 28 years of Service in US Air Force
A commendation from United States President Barak Obama featured among accolades bestowed upon Jamaican-born colonel Jacqueline Motherselle Payne-Borden as she retired recently from the US Air Force Reserve as chief nurse executive, after serving for 28 years.
Announcing $3,000 IntNSA Board of Directors Research Scholar Grant [PDF]
Applications are being accepted for the IntNSA Board of Directors Research Scholar Grant to stimulate research directly and indirectly supporting addictions nursing.
Ackerman Institute for the Family Podcast
Looking to Publish in a Nursing Journal?
The National League for Nursing Leadership Institute Announces 2015 Cohorts
Introducing the New MFP Scholars for 2014-2015
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Minority Fellowship Program, though the American Nurses Association's Minority Fellowship Program (MFP), is pleased to introduce the most recently appointed MFP Scholars for FY 2014 – 2015.
SAMHSA New Report Tracks the Behavioral Health of America
January 26, 2015
Washington Post Article: From Broken Homes to a Broken System
MFP Alumni In the News Fall 2014 [pdf]
SAMHSA’s 2015 – 2018 Strategic Plan
Former Keetoowah Cherokee Chief Jim Henson to be Awarded Honorary Doctorate by FAU
Strengthening the Mental and Behavioral Health Workforce through the National Health Service Corps
Study: Nursing School Diversity Initiatives Mostly Successful
Dean of the College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines at the University of North Dakota [PDF]
2014 International Symposium on Minority Health and Health Disparities
Photo Highlights from the 2015 Intensive Summer Training Institute
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