Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Resources
Welcome to the APNA Resource Center!
Here you will find a collection of resources curated for psychiatric-mental health nurses. From position papers to graduate school listings to a wealth of links to other relevant websites, the resource center is your first access point for information on your nursing specialty. Not sure if what you're looking for is in one of these sections? Search the Site
Well-being Initiative, Tips for Nurses, Policy Updates, and other information continually added as it becomes available.
Cultural Humility in PMH Nursing: Race
Psychiatric-mental health nurses address racial inequalities as they provide culturally sensitive care. Here are resources to help.
PMHN Specialty Areas & Topics
Includes: child and adolescent, emergency, geropsych, military and PTSD, multiple chronic conditions, recovery, and substance use.
Learn what APNA has to offer the RN-PMH nurse - continuing education, practice, position paper information, and more.
Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Essential Competencies for Assessment and Management of Individuals At Risk for Suicide.
Resources covering psychiatric-mental health nurses' role in violence prevention across inpatient and community settings.
Tobacco Dependence / Smoking Cessation Resources
Education and resources on reduction of tobacco dependence in individuals with mental health concerns.
Graduate programs in psychiatric nursing organized by state. Contact us at 855-863-APNA (2762) to add your current program to the list.
Undergraduate Education Faculty Toolkit
Help for educators teaching psychiatric-mental health nursing content.
Information on free webinars, links to guidebooks, brochures, kits, fact sheets, and more.
Access these resources: Scope & Standards for PMHNs, Seclusion & Restraint Booklet, Choice & Challenge DVD & booklet.
Statements and supplemental resources on topics important to psychiatric-mental health nursing, such as staffing, safety, the use of seclusion and restraint, and suicide prevention.
Resources provided as a service to our readers and should not be used without evaluating the patient, considering risks, contraindications and manufacturers’ product information.
A listing of links for information on mental health, psychiatric nursing, government, research, scholarship, and more!
APNA is not responsible for the content of external websites.
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