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Implementation of the Consensus Model for APRN Regulation: Licensure, Accreditation, Certification and Education APNA has endorsed the Consensus Model (CM) for APRN Regulation, which outlines a future plan for all of advanced practice nursing. The advantage of the CM is that it will provide greater consistency in licensure, accreditation, certification and education (LACE). We believe that this consistency will benefit advanced practice registered nurses in psychiatric-mental health (APRN-PMH) and, ultimately, the people whom we serve.
APNA News: The Psychiatric Nursing Voice Member Profiles By Member Name Amar, Angela Baltazar, Katherine Beckhet, Abir Blair, Ellen Brammer, Sue Bryan, Tami; Buccola, Nancy; Rosedale, Mary Chabora, Nidhi Cadigan, Darlene Corte, Colleen Crossett, Linda Griffey, Joseph Halter, Peggy Hanrahan, Nancy Hill-Curran, Lyndsay Holshoe, Joseph J.M. Katula, Sarah Katz, Sharon Kelly, Ann Knode, Dale Kolbert, Valerie Lambert, Kris Laraia, Michelle Naegle, Madeline Oakley, Linda Polacek, Michael Stacciarini, Jean Marie Staten, Ruth Stuart, Gail Sund, Marie Talley, Sandra; Wolfe, Barbara; Simmons-Alling, Susan; Boyd, Mary Ann; Warren, Barbara; Stevens, Georgia Tebaldi, Christine Valentine, Nancy Wilbur, Suzane Zauszniewski, Jaclene By APNA News Edition May 2015 January 2015 November 2014 August 2014 June 2014 April 2014 February 2014 December 2013 October 2013 August 2013 June 2013 April 2013 February 2013 December 2012 September 2012 July 2012 May 2012 March 2012 January 2012 November 2011 September 2011 July 2011 May 2011 March 2011 January 2011 November 2010 September 2010 July 2010 March 2010 July 2009 .
RN-PMH Council Communities Advisory Panel Steering Committee APNA members must log in to view members only content. Want to get involved? Join the Council on Member Bridge! How to join List of Council Members Mission Statement It is the mission of the APNA RN-PMH Council to identify issues, gather pertinent information to better understand these issues, and develop recommendations to the Board of Directors on projects or positions that APNA should undertake. Goals To represent the identity and voice of the Psychiatric Mental Health Staff Nurse, the RN-PMH Council will: Implement the processes and procedures necessary to carry out the role, mission and vision of the Council Establish Council project priorities based on the survey of psychiatric nurses conducted earlier this year Establish a Steering Committee to organize and facilitate the work necessary to address targeted priorities Establish Working Committees and identify Advisory Panel members, as necessary, to work on specific priorities Work collaboratively with the other APNA Councils and as part of the Inner Council Task Force to represent the RN-PMH Identify and submit RN-PMH Council Members for consideration and membership on the APNA Rapid Response Team .
The principle task of the Nominating Committee is selecting a slate of candidates for the Annual APNA Election and to oversee the electoral process. The Nominating Committee consists of the board appointed chair from APNA membership, one Board member appointed by the Board of Directors, one board appointee from the membership, and three members in good standing elected annually by ballot. The 2012 APNA Nominating Committee Grace Wlasowicz, PhD, RN, NPP - Chair Linda Copel, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CNE, NCC, FAPA Ramona Hoehler, MSN, PMHNP-BC Kevin McGirr, RN, MS, MPH R.
Get involved & Connect APNA's most valuable asset is You Member involvement is what shapes and drives APNA. Here are ways that you can get involved and join nurses from all over in advancing and advocating for psychiatric-mental health nursing: Committees & Councils APNA members play a key role in the organization's direction and policies through their involvement in its councils, committees, and task forces. Board of Directors Councils Committees & Task Forces How to Join a Committee Committees on Member Bridge Chapters You can also get involved in APNA at the local chapter level.
An institute provides direct input to the Board of Directors through the Office of the President on an assigned psychiatric-mental health nursing issue that spans virtually all aspects of the profession. It is similar to a task force except that its mission may require several years to complete, while a task force generally completes its work in about a year. The purpose of an institute is to utilize membership expertise in the development of programs and services aimed at addressing the institute's main focus through a series of chaired workgroups.
The members of the Awards & Recognition Committee review both Annual Awards nominations and the APNA Board of Directors Student Scholarship applications. Marian Farrell, PhD, PMH-NP, BC, CRNP – Chair Tina Aown, MSN, RN-BC, CNML Susan Archacki-Resnik, MSN, ARNP, FPMHNP-BC Nina Beaman, EdD, MSN, RN-BC (PMH) Keitha Beamer, CNS, MSN, RN, CNS,BC, CARN-AP Marsha Bennett, DNS, APRN, ACRN Robert Billman, RN, BSN Janet Collins, PMHNP-CS, BC Fernand De Los Reyes, RN-PMHNBC, MSN-CPHCNS, MA Jo Deaton, MS, APRN/PMH-BC, CDNC Barbara Drew, PhD, PMHCNS-BC Mary Dubriel, RN Laura Dzurec, PhD, RN, PMHCNS, BC J. Carol Elliott, PhD, RN, PMHCNS, BC Carol Essenmacher, MSN, CNS, C-TTS Carole Farley-Toombs, MS, RN, NEA, BC Jeanne Florio, RN, MS, APRN, BC Vanessa Genung, PhD, RN, PMH-NP-BC, LCSW-ACP, LMFT, LCDC Constance Green, RN, MS, NPP Elaine Greggo, PMHCNS, BC Sharon Hancharik, EdD, RN Nancy Hanrahan, PhD, RN, FAAN Peggy (Margaret) Hernandez, EdD APRN CNE Rebecca Horn, RN, MSN Judith Jarosinski, PhD, RN, CNE Mary Johnson, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN Joan Kearney, PhD, APRN-BC Michelle Kolp, BSN, MSN, RN-BC Brenda Kucirka, PhD(c), RN, PMHCNS-BC, CNE Carol Lang, DHSci, MSN, RN Kathleen Lehmann, RN-BC PMHN, Ed.
Administrative Council Communities Advisory Panel Steering Committee Health IT & Informatics Workgroup APNA members must log in to view members only content. Want to get involved? Join the Council on Member Bridge! How to join List of Council Members Mission Statement It is the mission of the APNA Administrative Council to facilitate collaboration and communication among psychiatric nurse administrators, to serve as a clinical resource in achieving shared goals, and to assist in the use of evidence-based practices and innovative systems for exceptional patient care. Vision Statement The APNA Administrative Council will provide support, clinical resources, and communications in order to build a vibrant coalition of leadership, guidance and partnership.
Child and Adolescent Council Communities Advisory Panel Steering Committee APNA members must log in to view members only content. Want to get involved? Join the Council on Member Bridge! How to join List of Council Members Goals The APNA Child and Adolescent Council will work collaboratively to respond to membership's questions or concerns about best practice, current policy and procedures. The council will provide input to the board on all things child and adolescent, acknowledge APNA members who are positive role models for Child & Adolescent nursing practice and suggest avenues for APNA to provide and maintain a strong national presence.
Forensic Council Communities Advisory Panel Steering Committee APNA members must log in to view members only content. Want to get involved? Join the Council on Member Bridge! How to join List of Council Members What does the Forensic Psychiatric Nurses Council do? Serves as a network and resource for APNA members who are working with victims, offenders, and their family members. Provides expertise to advise the APNA board on matters relating to all aspects of forensic psychiatric nursing, addressing mental health issues as they collide with the criminal justice system.
Each year the Scholarly Review Committee members evaluate the submitted Annual Conference abstract proposals. These scores and comments are used to determine what pre-conference sessions, concurrent sessions, mini concurrent sessions, and poster presentations are given at the conference. 2019 Scholarly Review Committee Chair Chizimuzo (Zim) T.
Research Council Communities Advisory Panel Steering Committee APNA members must log in to view members only content. Want to get involved? Join the Council on Member Bridge! How to join List of Council Members The Research Council supports APNA collaboration, development, and dissemination of psychiatric nursing research and to advance evidence-based practice as a core competency of professional psychiatric nurses. The Research Council’s Strategic Plan is consistent with the APNA Strategic Direction, Goal I: To develop and disseminate knowledge to advance evidence-based psychiatric mental health practice.
The APNA Grant Review Committee evaluates research proposals submitted by APNA members. Priority for funding is based upon the project’s scientific merit, potential for knowledge development, and relevance to the advancement of the knowledge and practice of psychiatric-mental health nursing. Click here for more information about the grant itself.
Task Forces: A task force is a body appointed by the Board of Directors to study a specific issue that has a global effect on psychiatric mental health nursing. A task force usually has a single objective in a short-lived image duration. Personality Disorders Task Forces Scope & Standards Task Force Task Force on LACE Implementation Workforce Task Force Committees: Board Committees oversee a specific project or activity within APNA such as bylaws, finance, or the annual conference program.
Chair Mary Ann Nihart, MA, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, PMHNP-BC Committee Julie A. Carbray PhD, FPMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BC, APN Nicholas Guenzel, PhD, APRN-NP CDR Joseph M. Holshoe, PMHNP-BC Barbara Limandri, PhD, PMHCNS-BC Georgia Stevens, PhD, APRN, PMHCNS, BC Christian J.
The votes have been tallied: the results of the 2020 APNA elections are in! Please welcome and congratulate the new members of the APNA Board of Directors and 2021 Nominating Committee. They will take office during the APNA 34th Annual Conference at the Annual Meeting & Town Hall on October 4. President-Elect Leslie G.
Gail R. Stern, RN, MSN, PMHCNS-BC 2019-2020 Linda S. Beeber, PhD, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN 2018-2019 Kris A.
Council for Mental Health Advocacy Member Bridge Communities CMHA Advisory Panel CMHA Steering Committee Want to get involved? Join the Council on Member Bridge! How to join Vision The Council for Mental Health Advocacy (CMHA) is the conduit for monitoring legislative, regulatory and policy matters affecting mental health. The Council works to inform PMH nurses about these issues and help coordinate organizational responses. Goals Identify and monitor policy that impacts mental health and psychiatric-mental health nursing at the local and national level.
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