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Look Who’s Talking!

Look Who’s Talking!

Fellow APNA members are the ultimate resource for the latest in psychiatric-mental health nursing science. Covering topics like telemental health, eating disorders, and recovery-centered prescribing practices – your community understands what information you need right now to make the most of your practice.

This June, the APNA 20th Annual Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute welcomes these APNA members as a part of the prestigious interprofessional faculty who will present:

Jennifer L. Jones, DNP, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP, Addiction Nurse Practitioner, San Francisco VA Health Care System & UCSF School of Nursing, will examine Co-Occurring Chronic Pain and Mental Health/Substance Use Disorders: Neurobiology and Treatment Implications. She will delve into the clinical interface between chronic pain and substance use disorders.

Eudora Jones, DNP, RN, PMHNP-BC,  Advanced Practice Nurse, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Experimental Therapeutics and Pathophysiology Branch, Noninvasive Neuromodulation Unit, will discuss Current Concepts in Neuromodulation, including exploring the interface between neuromodulation and multimodal therapies.

Joy Lauerer

Faustina Bello-Ogunu

Joy A. Lauerer DNP, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, Associate Professor, Medical University of South Carolina and Faustina Bello-Ogunu, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC, Outpatient Telepsychiatry Provider, College of Nursing, Medical University of South Carolina, will presentTelemental Health Updates and Guidelines for Prescribing Across the Lifespan. The duo will reveal changes in telemental health services including prescribing challenges, updates on prescribing protocols, and case-based discussions for managing complex telehealth patients.

Kris McGloughlin

Kris A. McLoughlin, DNP, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN, Deputy Chief Nursing Executive, Saint Elizabeths Hospital DC Department of Behavioral Health, will explore Integrating Recovery Principles into Your Prescribing Practice. Integrating these principles is essential to person-centered care and treatment.


Karen Jennings Mathis

Karen Jennings Mathis, PhD, APRN-CNP, PMHNP-BC, Assistant Professor, University of Rhode Island, College of Nursing will uncover: Treating Individuals with Eating Disorders: Insights & Challenges. She will explain both pharmacological and nonpharmacological evidence-based treatments for eating disorders.


Tanya Tanner

Stacie Olson

Tanya Tanner, PhD, MBA, APN, CNM, PMHNP-BC, FACNM, and Stacie Olson, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC, Course Coordinators with Fronteir Nursing University, will take us on a journey exploring Women’s Mental Health Care from Adolescence to Pregnancy and Beyond. They will cover women’s mental health across the lifespan from a pharmacological and psychotherapeutic woman-centered perspective.

Matt Tierney

Matthew Tierney

And Matthew Tierney, MS, CNS, ANP, PMHNP, FAAN, Professor, Community Health Systems, University of California San Francisco will facilitate the Daily Synthesis sessions on Friday and Saturday. These sessions will help attendees process what we learn in that day’s sessions.


Look for the above amazing professionals, these prestigious keynote speakers, and more at the APNA 20th Annual Clinical Psychopharmacology June 9-12, 2022, in Reston, Virginia (or via livestream). Get all the details and register here