Pioneering spirit should continue, not to conquer the planet or space, but rather to improve the quality of life.
― Bertrand Piccard
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
This week’s recommended Health and Wellness Activity
Meditation Reading: Passive Aggressive Behavior (opens new window)
Prince George's Opens Facility to Address Mental Health Desert (opens new window)
Mental health study finds nurses ‘forever altered’ by pandemic (opens new window)
What’s It Like to Work In a Psychiatric Emergency Department? (opens new window)
MFP/ANA ANNOUNCEMENTS & UPCOMING EVENTS
Season 2, episode 6 of “Mental Health Trailblazers, Psychiatric Nurses Speak Up!” is available at emfp.org/news/mental-health-trailblazers-podcast.
This week, our host, Indrias Kassaye, is joined by Mr. Uriah Millen, a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) student, former Nurse Manager for the intensive care unit at St. Joseph's Hospital-North who recently moved on to behavioral health nursing. Mr. Millen opens up to Indrias about what he’s observed as a Black, immigrant man forging his own path in the field of psychiatric nursing. Uriah Millen believes providing mental health care is his calling and desires to impact minority youth suffering from mental illness and substance use.
The following on-demand webinar may be of interest to you:
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