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Leadership in Nursing Series:
Nurse Leader in Mental Health Education & Practice

Leadership in Nursing Series: Julian Good, Nurse Leader in Mental Health Education & Practice

NOTE: On September 15 each fall, the University of Wyoming Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing mails out the school's annual Alumni Newsletter magazine/publication. The theme of the 2016 issue: Leadership in Nursing. The following spotlight is taken from that publication, where the goal is to recognize nurse leaders in diverse roles. Return to the web weekly for spotlights on other nurse leaders in their respective roles.

Julian Good, MS, FNP, FPMHNP

Nurse Leader in Mental Health Education and Practice:

Through 13 years of experience as a nurse practitioner, Julian Good has come to believe that successful primary care practice includes a coordinated integration of mental health care and primary care. "Nurse leaders," says Good, "--psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners in particular--hold key positions in this health integration model."

Good works at the Educational Health Center of Wyoming-Cheyenne Family Medicine Residency Program. He says he feels fortunate to be involved in the primary care/mental health care integration, "by providing direct patient care and participating in the education of University of Wyoming College of Health Science students."


Story posted 9/01/2016


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