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Michael Rice, PhD, APRN, BC, FAAN 2010 Award for Excellence in Education Michael Rice, PhD, APRN, BC, FAAN, recipient of this year’s APNA Award for Excellence in Education, describes himself as a “clinician turned academic.” For him, education serves as a means to an end. By giving students from all areas access to superior training and education, he is by extension improving the care of those who suffer from mental illness.
APNA holds two national conferences each year, the CPI Conference in June and the Annual Conference in October. The association also tries to make available as many continuing education opportunities to its members as possible. This area of the site organizes these offerings into one place.
What do psychiatric-mental health nurses do? Can you specialize within psychiatric nursing? How can I become a psychiatric-mental health nurse? Why do psychiatric-mental health nurses obtain a master's or doctoral degree? How do I find a good program for psychiatric nursing? Are psychiatric-mental health nurses certified? I’m a psychiatric nurse moving to the United States (or moving to a different state within the U.S.), how can I become licensed to practice in my new location? What are the titles for psychiatric-mental health nurses? How can I determine if psychiatric nursing is for me before I enter a basic nursing program? What is the annual salary for psychiatric-mental health nurses? Is psychiatric-mental health nursing experiencing a shortage now? How do psychiatric-mental health nurses differ from psychiatrists, social workers and psychologists? How can I “switch” to psychiatric nursing? How can I find out more about psychiatric nursing? What do psychiatric-mental health nurses (PMHN) do? Psychiatric mental health nursing is an area of focus within nursing.
APNA holds two national conferences each year, the CPI Conference in June (with CPI West in March) and the Annual Conference in October. The association also makes available as many continuing education opportunities as possible. Click on the links below to learn more about each evidence-based program in psychiatric-mental health nursing.
Click on the map below to view the psychiatric-mental health nursing graduate programs available in each state. Contact us at 855-863-APNA (2762) or firstname.lastname@example.org to add your current program to the list.
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