September 2017 Member News

 

Sean Convoy

Sean Convoy leads suicide prevention training. As a part of the Center for Deployment Psychology’s Suicide prevention series, Convoy presented a free webinar on September 13th. http://mailchi.mp/deploymentpsych/join-cdpp-with-ce-sponsorship-from-cvn-for-our-online-suicide-prevention-series-every-wednesday-in-september-1200-to-130-est-via-adobe-connect?e=6a5cb8a7ac

Sara Jones

Sara Jones' research on PTSD in medical first responders covered by Arkansas Public Media. According to the profile by Arkansas Public Media, her research fills a gap in existing PTSD studies by focusing firefighters and EMTs and could help change a culture of silence. http://arkansaspublicmedia.org/post/uams-study-seeks-quantify-lasting-trauma-first-responders-injury-accidents-fires

Luc Pelletier

Luc Pelletier receives Yale University School of Nursing Distinguished Alumnae/i Award. Pelletier was acknowledged in June for excellence in teaching and scholarship, clinical practice, leadership, research in clinical nursing, community and society work, and impact on YSN growth and development. http://nursing.yale.edu/alumni-giving/distinguished-alumnaei-award

 

 

 

Christine Tebaldi receives Rochester University School of Nursing 2017 Distinguished Alumna Award. She is being recognized as a leading voice in disaster mental health through her volunteer work with the American Red Cross. https://www.son.rochester.edu/newsroom/2017/alumni-tebaldi.html

 

APNA Texas Chapter training on Recovery to Practice featured in Hogg Foundation for Mental Health article. The article from The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health describes the making of this training program which was supported by a their grant seeking to bring Recovery to Practice initiatives to the state. https://hogg.utexas.edu/for-grantees-grantseekers/practice-of-recovery

 
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