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National Appointment for Brawner

Bridgette Brawner, PhD, APRN, was appointed to the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) National Advisory Committee, which is dedicated to advising MFP staff; developing partnerships with professional, academic, and clinical institutions; and soliciting support by individuals and groups for the initiative.

Bridgette Brawner, PhD, APRN, Assistant Professor of Nursing, was appointed to the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) National Advisory Committee, which is dedicated to advising MFP staff; developing partnerships with professional, academic, and clinical institutions; and soliciting support by individuals and groups for the initiative. The committee’s efforts strengthen the MFP by building a sustainable infrastructure and developing long-term partnerships in order to expand its presence into more communities across the nation.

Dr. Brawner’s research agenda focuses on multi-level, multi-method, bio-behavioral approaches to sexual health promotion in disenfranchised populations. One consistent thread throughout her research to date has been a passion and vision for physical and mental health among urban women and girls, with a commitment to maintain strong community ties.