Announcements

  • APNA Announces New Executive Director

    The APNA Board of Directors is thrilled to welcome Lisa Deffenbaugh Nguyen, MS, CAE as its new Executive Director.
  • Suicide Prevention Month and Recovery Month 2019

    September is both Suicide Prevention Month and Recovery Month, so access two educational sessions free through 9/30.
  • Understanding the Brain-Behavior Connection

    Introducing a new Certificate Program to assist RNs and APRNs in gaining an understanding of the biological basis for behavior. 
  • Ketamine Infusion Therapy Resources

    A checklist providing considerations for prescribing or providing care to persons undergoing ketamine infusion therapy.
  • Resources for Responding to Traumatic Events

    In the wake of the recent tragedies in Texas and Ohio, resources are available for responding to traumatic events.

  • 2019 APNA Elections Results

    Congratulations to the new members of the APNA Board of Directors and 2020 Nominating Committee.
  • APNA Research Grant Recipients

    Three nurse researchers will use the funding to explore veterans flourishing, college student mental health, and epigenetic markers for mTBI.

  • Announcing the 2019 APNA Annual Awards Recipients

    Congratulations to the nine inspirational nurses and one chapter receiving APNA Annual Awards this year.
  • Introducing the 2019 Class of APNA Board of Directors Student Scholars

    30 students will receive registration to the APNA 33rd Annual Conference and complimentary membership for one year.
  • APNA 33rd Annual Conference Registration Open

    Register now for the APNA Annual Conference on October 2-5 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • You Are the Whole Health Connection: Mental Health Month and Nurses Week 2019

    Celebrate the power of connections this Mental Health Month and Nurses Week with free resources and CE.
  • Free CE of the Month: May 2019

    Four free sessions are available to APNA members through May 31.
  • Vote Now in the 2019 APNA Elections

    Make your voice heard by voting for the APNA Board of Directors and 2020 Nominating Committee.
  • New APNA Report: The Pivotal Role of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses

    New informational report from the American Psychiatric Nurses Association highlights the importance of the psychiatric-mental health nursing workforce in meeting current and future needs.
  • New Guidance Regarding Preceptors and Mentors

    The APNA Board of Directors has approved new guidance on mentorship and precepting to offer background on both processes and support members.
  • Free CE of the Month: April 2019

    Four free sessions are available to APNA members through April 30.
  • Special Workforce Development Issue of the Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association

    Four articles in this special issue of JAPNA lay out strategic steps for addressing the current workforce crisis in psychiatric-mental health nursing.
  • Free CE of the Month: March 2019

    Four free sessions are available to APNA members through March 31.
  • Register Now for the APNA 17th Annual Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute

    Registration is open for the APNA 17th Annual Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute on June 6-9 in Louisville.
  • APNA Board of Directors Student Scholarship Now Accepting Applications

    Apply now for a scholarship to receive a trip to the APNA 33rd Annual Conference and complimentary membership for one year.
  • Apply Now for the APNA Research Grant

    New psychiatric-mental health nurse researchers are encouraged to apply for grants to fund their research and evidence-based projects.
  • Free CE of the Month: January 2019

    Four free sessions are available to APNA members through January 31.
  • APNA 33rd Annual Conference Call for Abstracts

    Submit an abstract by March 4th for the APNA 33rd Annual Conference.