MSN, RN, BGS
April C. Bradshaw, MSN, RN, BGS, is a first-year Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) student at Frontier Nursing University (FNU). Her DNP clinical project focus is on reducing the suicide risk among ethnic and immigrant populations living in rural, Western Kansas through the implementation of the primary care behavioral health model by Family Nurse Practitioners in a primary care practice setting. Upon graduation she hopes to collaborate with local and state officials to implement policies that are culturally inclusive to ensure that disadvantaged groups receive adequate mental health care supports in rural Western Kansas.
Ms. Bradshaw has worked in psychiatric nursing for over ten years with Veterans, children, and adolescents. Formerly, an MFP masters’ Fellow, she is honored to have been selected to be an MFP Doctoral Fellow. She is looking forward to the knowledge that she will gain by being a part of such an amazing group of behavioral health scholars.