MFP 2024 Intensive Training Institute

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The Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) at the American Nurses Association celebrates a remarkable milestone as it celebrates 50 years of fostering diversity in psychiatric mental health and substance use nursing among marginalized and underserved populations during its 2024 Intensive Training Institute (ITI). This commemorative event gathers over 60 Fellows, alumni,  National Advisory Committee members, and program staff from July 24 – 28, 2024 at the Hyatt Regency, Capitol Hill, in Washington, DC. Themed Embracing Legacy, Igniting Tomorrow: 50 Years of Psychiatric Nurses Driving Change in Mental Health and Substance Use Equality, the ITI promises a reflective journey through past achievements and an inspiring vision for the future. Notably amidst a predominately female profession, the presence of 12 male participants underscores the MFP’s commitment to inclusivity and breaking gender barriers in psychiatric mental health and substance use care. Together these dedicated psychiatric mental health nurses, and program staff who support nurses, exemplify the transformative power of diversity in advancing psychiatric mental health nursing and shaping a more equitable future for all.

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