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APNA Iowa Chapter Conference 2021
August 6, 2021
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Chapter Awards

 Apply now for the 2021 Benfer and Schroder Awards! The deadline to apply is June 21.

 

Chapter Goals

The Iowa Chapter of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA). APNA is the premier voice of psychiatric-mental health nurses in the United States as well as internationally. In 1994, the Iowa Chapter was formally chartered as a chapter of APNA. Since that time, the Iowa Chapter has emerged as Iowa’s only formal professional organization for psychiatric nurses. We invite all psychiatric nurses practicing in Iowa and surrounding states to join.

 

Membership

Any APNA member who resides in Iowa is automatically a member of the Iowa 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.

Advantages of Joining our Chapter

  1. An ongoing opportunity for networking with other nurses sharing common situations, challenges and goals.
  2. Continuing education on a regional basis at minimal cost to members
  3. Current information and potential action regarding issues impacting the field of psychiatric nursing.
  4. Nurses with a personal “grass roots” link with APNA.

Together, we can do it!


Member Bridge Network

Use Member Bridge to connect with your local community!  If you are not familiar with our members-only networking site, click here for an introductory presentation.


Careers in Your Area

Check out job listings in your area with APNA CareerLine.

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