APNA 35th Annual Conference

Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses: Revolutionizing Access to Person-Centered Care
 

Call for Abstracts Now Open


 

Share your expertise, make connections, gain recognition, and improve care! Nurses of all levels and areas of practice are invited to submit their abstracts for presentation at this year's conference.

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Submission Deadline: March 1, 2021

3/1/21 Deadline
"Network with brilliant and talented scholars across the country and tap into a wealth of evidence-based practice innovations in psychiatric-mental health nursing."


This October, the premiere event for psychiatric-mental health nursing will deliver dynamic presentations and fun connecting with fellow psychiatric-mental health nurses. You'll:

  • Learn in 100+ varied sessions presented by colleagues.
  • Connect with 1500+ psychiatric-mental health RNs and APRNs.
  • Earn Contact Hours - 100+ contact hours during the conference and afterwards on-demand.

APNA is committed to delivering education to conference attendees in a safe environment, whether in-person and/or virtually. As we get closer to the conference, we will better know what is possible. Regardless of in-person, virtual, or hybrid format, the conference will deliver crucial updates to keep your practice current and opportunities to create meaningful connections with your psychiatric-mental health nursing colleagues.
 



 

APNA 34th Annual Conference
Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses: Proud Partners on the Journey to Whole Health
September 30 - October 4, 2020

Conference Attendees: Download Your CE Certificate

 

APNA ANNUAL CONFERENCE ONLINE

If you missed the APNA Annual Conference, you don't have to miss getting the continuing education contact hours! Session recordings from Annual Conferences are available in the APNA eLearning Center in podcast form, along with up-to-date session handouts and other relevant materials. Learn More

 

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