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Spring Chapter Conference

Inclusivity: Preventing Exclusion in Mental Health Treatment
April 11, 2014 | 8:00am-4:00pm

Ijams Nature Center
2915 Island Home Avenue | Knoxville, TN 37920

Keynote by: 
Edilma Yearwood, PhD, PMHCNS, BC, FAAN   

Early Bird Special Registration until 3/30/14.

Contact the following with questions? 

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American Psychiatric Nurse Association (APNA), TN. Chapter Award Nomination

Nominate a colleague for one of the following awards.  The award presentation will be held at this year's Chapter Conference on Friday, April 11 in Knoxville, TN.  Award nominations are due by April 1, 2014.

Please email award nominations to lisa.pullen@lmunet.edu with the name of the nominee and the award you would like to nominate them for.


AWARDS

APNA Tennessee Chapter Award for Excellence in Practice - APRN
This award recognizes an APNA APRN-PMH member who has made significant contributions to psychiatric-mental health nursing practice.

APNA Tennessee Chapter Award For Excellence in Practice - RN
This award recognizes an APNA RN-PMH who provides or promotes exemplary psychiatric-mental health nursing practice to patients, families and populations.

APNA Tennessee Chapter Award for Excellence in Research
This award is granted to an APNA member who has made a significant contribution to research in psychiatric nursing care, education, leadership/management and/or health services.

APNA Tennessee Chapter Award for Excellence in Education
This award recognizes an APNA member who has fostered the professional growth of psychiatric-mental nurses through imparting knowledge, skill, and critical analysis to the field.

APNA Tennessee Chapter Award for Excellence in Leadership - APRN
This award honors an APNA advanced level member who has distinguished him/herself as an accomplished nursing leader.

APNA Tennessee Chapter Award for Excellence in Leadership - RN
This APNA member must demonstrate unique leadership qualities through significant contributions to an organization, a community, the psychiatric-mental health nursing specialty, or the nursing profession.