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PMH-APRNs apply the nursing process to assess, diagnose, and treat individuals and families with psychiatric disorders or the potential for such disorders using their full scope of therapeutic skills, including the prescription of medication and administration of psychotherapy. They also contribute to policy development, quality improvement, practice evaluation, and healthcare reform. PMH-APRNs often own private practices and corporations as well as consult with groups, communities, legislators, and corporations.

General Information 1. What is an Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse? 2. How did the Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse role begin? APPN Education 3.

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The American Psychiatric Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

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2016 APNA Elections Results
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Register Now for the APNA 30th Annual Conference
Earn up to 128+ continuing education contact hours by registering for this year's conference in Hartford, Connecticut. |  View

Annual Conference Sessions Now Available Online
Podcast recordings of 63 sessions presented at the APNA 29th Annual Conference are now available online for CE. |  View

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