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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Resources

A collection of resources curated for psychiatric-mental health nurses: From toolkits to graduate school listings, the APNA Resource Center is your first access point for information on topics across the spectrum of psychiatric-mental health nursing.

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The Nurse’s Role in Addressing Discrimination: Protecting and Promoting Inclusive Strategies in Practice Settings, Policy, and Advocacy

American Nurses Association position statement.
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Racism and Mental Health

Royal College of Psychiatrists position statement.
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Combating Bias and Stigma Related to COVID-19

American Psychological Association guidance for avoiding xenophobia.
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Working with African American/Black Patients

American Psychiatric Association presents this webinar including historical context and best practices.
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Minority Fellowship Program: Discussing Culture using Experiences in the Training Relationship Webinar

SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Program: Discussing Culture using Experiences in the Training Relationship Webinar
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The Effects of Racism on Mental Health: How to Cope

Anxiety and Depression Association of America presents this webinar on the negative impact of racism on mental health symptoms for people of color.
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Mini-Concurrent Sessions: Culture

Two 20-minute presentations: I'm Not Crazy! Destigmatizing Schizophrenia in the African American Community; Empirical Validation of the Racial/Ethnic/Cultural Sensitivity Scale
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Complicating the Nature of the Individual in Trauma-Informed Care (TIC)

APNA Annual Conference Session Recording: This presentation introduces recent multidisciplinary research on neurobiological and social factors that influence individual trauma variability to help improve the trauma-informed care employed by
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Trauma Competencies and Culture: Embracing Diversity

Drawing on cross-cultural multidisciplinary research, this presentation discusses recent evidence on how culture influences the neurobiology, symptoms, and treatment of trauma with the goal of helping psychiatric nurses develop
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Social Determinants of Health: A Missing Piece of the Puzzle in Mental Health and Whole Health Care

Participants will be introduced to a unique approach to improve their ability to effectively address social determinants of health, such as poverty and discrimination, with patients. Faculty from the University
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Creating Conversations on Justice

TEDxBrownUniversity presents Tricia Rose, Creating Conversations on Justice
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Racism as a Determinant of Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Article from National Institutes of Health.