Ronica Mukerjee, DNP, MsA, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC, LAc

  • Assistant Professor of Nursing at CUMC
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Ronica Mukerjee, DNP, MsA, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC, LAc, is a family and psychiatric nurse practitioner as well as a licensed acupuncturist. They have been certified as an HIV specialist since 2008 by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Mukerjee is passionate about racial, economic, and health care justice in LGBTQIA+, refugees, and migrant communities, for people with substance use disorders, and for people living with HIV. They are the former program coordinator and sole creator of the Gender and Sexuality Health Justice concentration at Yale School of Nursing. Mukerjee maintains multiple practices in the U.S. and Mexico focused on refugee health, substance use disorders, HIV, and LGBTQIA+-affirming care. Mukerjee co-founded the Refugee Health Alliance in Tijuana, Mexico, which focuses on health care projects that are free and available to all, regardless of citizenship or income. Their practices include hormonal, psychiatric, and primary care for trans and gender-expansive people as well as ketamine-assisted psychotherapy.  Their co-edited textbook, Clinician’s Guide to LGBTQIA+ Care: Cultural Safety and Social Justice in Primary, Sexual, and Reproductive Healthcare, was published in February 2021.         

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  • Assistant Professor of Nursing at CUMC


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