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Our Next General Meeting! Zoom In!
May 23, 2023 @ 6:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Please Welcome Kristin Moser, BSN, RN!
“Doctoral Students from USF working on “The Invisible Population” project.”
Kristin is currently a student in the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) program and candidate for the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree at the University of San Francisco. She has worked as a psychiatric nurse in community mental health for the past 8 years.
Currently, Kristin is a nurse at an inpatient psychiatric facility in Sacramento with a specific focus in Adult and Geriatric psychiatric nursing care. Along with her advisor and chair, Dr. Jo Loomis, Kristin has been working on a needs assessment and data collection for The “Invisible Population” Project in conjunction with Solutions for Supportive Homes of San Mateo County. http://www.S4SH.org
Solutions for Supportive Homes is a Bay Area group of committed parents and community professionals working to increase the supply and the quality of permanent, affordable, health-supporting homes where adults living with long term special mental health needs can continue their lives and advance their recovery with dignity in our communities. Most of them are aging parents who have been helping their adult children navigate the challenges of their mental health conditions for years. They are united by two searing questions: Where will my adult child live? And who will help them when I am gone?
They have partnered with the University of San Francisco’s Nursing Practitioner Doctoral Program to help them quantify the need in order to strengthen their message for permanent supportive housing in San Mateo County. Thus, the “Invisible Population” project was started.
“The Invisible Population” Project, presented by Kristin Moser, BSN, RN (PMHNP-DNP candidate) from the University of San Francisco, will include a summary of the current focuses of the project itself, data results from last Fall’s 2022 preliminary survey conducted by Solutions for Supportive Homes through NAMI of San Mateo County, and discuss future avenues of research. By bringing awareness of “Invisible Populations” to the forefront of the mental health discussion, we can create positive changes and actions to policies and organizations thereby producing better social outcomes for these vulnerable populations.
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