Chelsea Landolin, NP, serves as Assistant Clinical Professor in the Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) Program at the University of California, San Francisco. She maintains a faculty practice at Bonita House, a non-profit mental health agency in Oakland, California, where she also serves as Director of Healthcare Services. Since 2016, she has led a collaboration between UCSF, Alameda County Behavioral Health, Bonita House, and other community partners to implement the Dyad Training Program, a longitudinal interprofessional experience for PMHNP and pharmacy trainees at UCSF.
Chelsea Landolin, MS, RN, PMHNP-BC, ANP-C
University of California San Francisco
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Patients with mental health challenges, in the US and around the world, are facing a severe shortage of psychiatric providers. In the United States, over half of the psychiatry workforce is approaching retirement, which will further exacerbate the situation, and yet there are not enough psychiatrists being trained to replace them. New solutions are needed to ensure that patients can access care. We present a model for interprofessional training, currently being implemented at UCSF, which is designed to build professional relationships between psychiatric nurse practitioner and clinical…