• 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.