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APNA Hawaii Chapter

About the Chapter

The APNA Hawaii Chapter was chartered in 1997. Our purpose is to provide a venue for the growth and development of leaders that promotes quality mental health nursing care and maintains the integrity and value of psychiatric mental health nursing practice. The Hawaii Chapter has established liaisons with the Mental Health Association – Hawai’i and the Hawai’i Nurses Association’s Nursing Organization Liaison Forum. Members are active in clinical practice, education, administration and public policy.

Membership

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

If you are not receiving information via e-mail from the chapter, please contact chaptersupport@apna.org with your updated contact information. We want to be sure our members receive the information they need to benefit fully from their chapter membership!

Governance Policies

Hawaii Chapter Governance Policies

Officers

PRESIDENT
Joan Parker-Dias Masters APRN

SECRETARY
Rosario “Chat” Augustin PMHCNS-BC

PRESIDENT ELECT
Vacant

TREASURER
Vacant

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Loraine Fleming APRN-BC, MA

MEMBER AT LARGE
Lani Tsuneishi RN, MSN, CNS

AREA REPRESENTATIVES
Big Island
Vacant

Maui
Judith Mancini APRN

Oahu
Vacant

University of Hawaii & Adult Mental Health Division
Vacant