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|Susan L Glodstein and Mary Ellen LaSala|
|Stony Brook University- School of Nursing, USA|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Womens Health Care|
|Two Advanced Practice Nurses (APNs) will share their unique experiences working with teen mothers and their children in a shelter setting. The APNs have backgrounds in academia, psychiatric-mental health nursing, community, and nursing education. The teen mothers seek stability for themselves and their children from unsafe, abusive and dangerous environments and are grateful for mentoring from APNs. However, the teen mothers gained friendship, support, and stability while living in this environment. Through modeling and direction from APNS the teen mothers have been able to be successful at parenting, attending school, and to secure employment. This environment is a wonderful educational experience for undergraduate and graduate nursing students specializing in mental health, community, pediatrics, midwifery and women’s health issues.|
Susan Glodstein is a board certified Adult Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, board certified Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist, and a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Graduate Studies, Stony Brook University- School of Nursing. She has been a Psychiatric Nurse for over 27 years with current practice in the community setting. She is engaged in Doctoral studies at Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing with a research focus on suicide prevention and education in teens and young adults.
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