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Sean P. Convoy, RN, DNP, PMNHP-BC

Associate Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia; Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Carolina Psychological Health Services, Jacksonville, North Carolina

Sean P. Convoy, MSN, PMHNP-BC, CDR, USN, Retired, is an Assistant Professor and adjunct faculty member in the Graduate School of Nursing and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program. In addition to teaching program-specific courses, he teaches across all programs within the Graduate School of Nursing.

Mr. Convoy was commissioned into the Navy Nurse Corps in 1997 after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Norfolk State University.  After serving for several years as a psychiatric and general nurse, he received a Master of Science in Nursing in 2006 from University of Virginia at Charlottesville. Over the span of his 22-year career, he has served in a variety of clinical and leadership positions across the globe. Mr. Convoy has completed numerous deployments in support of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. Recently retired, he currently works in private practice in Jacksonville, NC.
Sean Convoy is considered to be an authority in operational psychiatry, mental illness prevention, and cognitive therapy. He has provided podium presentations at over 12 national conferences and has been published in numerous journals.  He carries the distinction of being the first nurse practitioner to function as an inpatient psychiatric hospitalist in the Navy’s history.

Mr. Convoy’s personal awards include the Joint Forces and Navy Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Army Commendation Medal, and both the Joint Forces and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. His graduate research concentrated on an outcome evaluation of a Nurse-led Outpatient Cognitive Intervention Program. Mr. Convoy is currently enrolled in a Doctorate of Nursing Practice program at Rush University, where his concentration focuses on military mental health promotion and illness prevention.

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Saturday, September 12

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