Attend 6 hours of approved Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute sessions to be eligible for a 10% non-cumulative credit to your base professional liability premium through NSO and HPSO.
Cast your vote by July 18 for the APNA Board of Directors and Nominating Committee.
Free PCSS-MAT waiver training is now available for nurses and physician assistants.
Access two free sessions on self-care for nurses and submit your self-care tips May 6-12 in honor of Nurses Week 2017.
Four sessions are available free of charge to APNA members through May 31st, and two additional sessions are available for Mental Health Month.
The Joint Commission is seeking comments on its proposed revisions to the NPSG Related to Suicide for hospitals.
Four sessions are available free of charge to APNA members through April 30.
Recognize a colleague for their commitment to psychiatric-mental health nursing with an APNA Annual Award by April 18.
Share the new APNA position paper on proactive health care policies to ease the burden of mental illness and substance use disorders.
Help us find up to 30 exceptional graduate and undergraduate/pre-licensure nursing students to receive the 2017 APNA Board of Directors Student Scholarship!
Submit a nomination for the APNA Board of Directors and 2018 Nominating Committee by April 17, 2017.
CPI, to be held June 8-11 in Baltimore, Maryland, will offer up to 21.5 continuing education contact hours in psychopharmacology.
Nearly all sessions in the APNA eLearning Center will be free of cost for members beginning February 14.
APNA and PCSS-MAT have partnered to provide no cost MAT waiver training to nurses and physician assistants.
APNA is seeking research proposals from new nurse researchers to be awarded funding between $1,000 and $10,000.
Complete a brief survey to provide your perspective to the APNA Board of Directors. Check your email for a link to this survey.
Submit an abstract for consideration as a presentation at this fall's conference in Phoenix.
APNA supports psychiatric-mental health nurses as they provide care to service members, veterans, and their families.
This report speaks to key APNA activities from the past year.
Hear from APNA members about what they have been up to, including the newly trained Suicide Competencies Facilitators, APNA President Mary Ann Nihart, and more.
This scholarship, which recognizes exceptional undergraduate/pre-licensure students and graduate students, includes registration to the APNA 30th Annual Conference and a year of complimentary membership.
Goodman, PhD, PMHCNS-BC, will work with JAPNA Editor in Chief Geraldine Pearson, PhD, APRN, FAAN on APNA's bi-monthly peer-reviewed publication.
Get to know each of the 2016 Annual Awards recipients in a profile outlining their work.
New members of the APNA Board of Directors and 2017 Nominating Committee have been announced. They will be sworn in at the APNA 30th Annual Conference.
A new interactive map provides information on PMH-APRN scope of practice, supervision, prescribing, and relevant legislation.
The no cost educational sessions were designed to support nurses in all fields as they address the opioid use epidemic.
New toolkit and position paper to support psychiatric-mental health nurses in their violence prevention efforts.
The VA has requested comments on a proposal to allow APRNs full practice authority within the scope of their VA employment.
Earn up to 128+ continuing education contact hours by registering for this year's conference in Hartford, Connecticut.
The 11 recipients will be honored in person at the APNA 30th Annual Conference, on the APNA website, in the newsletter, and in an APNA press release.