Announcements

  • Motivational Interviewing Online Course Free Through June 2021

    To continue to support all nurses and nursing students during the pandemic, the interactive online course on Motivational Interviewing is free to access through June 30, 2021.
  • New SBIRT Pocket Card for Nurses

    Download an easy-to-use guide created by the APNA Addictions Council with a suggested script, a list of resources, and space to add local contacts.
  • Free Sessions for Suicide Prevention Month and Recovery Month

    In recognition of September being Suicide Prevention Month and Recovery Month, access two free sessions through 10/9.
  • New Nurse Stress Self-Assessment Tool

    Use the new stress self-assessment tool to get tailored resources to help address stress.
  • APNA 34th Annual Conference Program Now Available

    Explore the sessions that will be presented at the virtual conference this fall. 
  • Introducing the 2020 APNA Student Scholars

    Thirty two students will receive a scholarship to attend the APNA 34th Annual Conference and a year of complimentary APNA membership.
  • Register Now for the APNA 34th Annual Conference

    Registration is now open for the APNA 34th Annual Conference, to be held virtually on September 30 to October 4.
  • APNA Commitment to Change

    A commitment to address and confront racism, implicit biases, and inequities within the healthcare system from the APNA Board of Directors.
  • Response to Events Over the Past Week

    A message from APNA President Sattaria (Tari) Dilks, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC, FAANP condemning racism and emphasizing the crucial role that PMH nurses play in addressing inequalities. 
  • APNA Statement: PMH Nurse Protection During a Pandemic

    The APNA Board of Directors has released a statement in support of psychiatric-mental health nurses providing essential services across the country having access to appropriate protective equipment.
  • Thank you, PMH Nurse Heroes!

    In celebration of Nurses Month & Mental Health Month and in response to your incredible work during this pandemic, access a free webinar on body-based ways to build resilience.
  • Motivational Interviewing Online Course Free Through 12/31

    To support all nurses and nursing students during this time of uncertainty, the interactive online course on Motivational Interviewing is free to access through the end of the year.
  • COVID-19: Nurses' Mental Health

    Resources for psychiatric-mental health nurses, including current information, policy updates, and self care tips.
  • CPI West Cancelled

    In light of the most recent developments regarding COVID-19, including the California Governor's call for a ban on public gatherings through the end of March, APNA is cancelling the APNA Clinical Psychopharmacology West, which was scheduled for March 14-15 in San Diego.
  • Free CE of the Month: March 2020

    Four free sessions are available to APNA members through March 31. 
  • Register Now for the APNA 18th Annual Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute

    Earn up to 23 contact hours in pharmacology at CPI in Reston, Virginia on June 11-14.
  • Scholarship Opportunity: APNA Board of Directors Student Scholarship

    Prelicensure/undergraduate and graduate nursing students can apply for consideration by April 6.
  • APNA Elections: Call for Nominations

    Take the next step in your leadership journey by submitting your name for consideration by March 30 for the APNA Board of Directors and 2021 Nominating Committee
  • Free CE of the Month February 2020

    Four free sessions are available to APNA members through February 29.
  • Free CE of the Month: January 2020

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

    Share your expertise by submitting an abstract by March 2 for consideration as a presentation at the APNA Annual Conference.
  • APNA Announces New Executive Director

    The APNA Board of Directors is thrilled to welcome Lisa Deffenbaugh Nguyen, MS, CAE as its new Executive Director.