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APNA Arkansas Chapter

Chapter Goals

To unite, support, educate, and enhance the professional identity of all levels of psychiatric nursing in rural and urban Arkansas, while promoting and advocating for excellence in mental health care and recovery.

The purpose of the APNA Arkansas Chapter is to:

  • Promote the professional practice of Psychiatric nursing as a specialty
  • Provide a forum for networking and peer support among psychiatric nurses
  • Collaborate with groups of influence to shape health policy and improve the delivery of mental health services, and
  • Encourage the generation and dissemination of psychiatric nursing research.

The APNA Arkansas Chapter shall accomplish goals via its Board of Directors, Committees, and its general membership. APNA Arkansas will form collaborative relationships with other nursing professional groups and other mental health disciplines.

Membership

Any APNA member who resides in Arkansas is automatically made a member of the Arkansas Chapter. For more information about joining or renewing your membership, please see the Membership tab on APNA’s home page for more information about the application process and dues.

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Governance Policies

Arkansas Chapter Governance Policies

Call for Nominations

Submit a nomination for Member-at-Large on your APNA Arkansas Chapter Board! Please consider nominating yourself or another APNA Member in good standing. The deadline for submissions is Thursday, November 4, 2021.

Submit a nomination

We are looking forward to reviewing your submissions.

Officers

PRESIDENT
Carol D. Campbell, DNP, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, PMHNP-BC, FNP-C

PRESIDENT-ELECT
Chris Stone, BA, RN-BC

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Vacant

SECRETARY
Tiffany Diaz, BSN

TREASURER
Greg Forrester, BSN, MNSc student

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE
Jane McKinnie, LPN
Cheryl Murphy, RN, BSN