The current health care crisis has both immediate and long-lasting impacts on our practices and our personal lives.
The Inpatient Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is an essential member of a multidisciplinary team caring for individuals admitted to involuntary psychiatric or withdrawal management services. The position is responsible for initial, consultation and ongoing psychiatric evaluations, medical management of psychiatric illnesses and substance withdrawal as appropriate. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner provides team leadership and participates in the ITA (Involuntary Treatment Act) legal process as needed.
The ARNP position works alongside other dedicated professionals in a dynamic and exciting multidisciplinary team setting. Our team-based model of care centers on holistic person and family-centered care that addresses all aspects of recovery. We incorporate evidence-based practices into our services including DBT, EMDR and WRAP, among others, to assist our clients on their journeys through recovery.
Seattle University College of Nursing invites applications for faculty for tenure-track (Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor) or non-tenure-track (Instructor, Assistant Clinical, Associate Clinical, Full Clinical Professor) to teach in the BSN and DNP programs to begin September 1, 2020. Position will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Many thanks to the AAPPN members who shared information and resources regarding the impacts of the COVID-10 pandemic on mental health, our profession, and our practices. We’ve put together a curated list of these resources to assist you navigate through these difficult times.
AAPPN’s 2020 Conference has been rescheduled for November 14, 2020. We will feature the same great lineup of speakers and activities.
PAL for Moms is a free provider-to-provider consultation line staffed by perinatal psychiatrists at the University of Washington. Washington state health care providers can call to receive consultations, recommendations, and referrals to resources for perinatal patients.
Sana Medical Groupis currently seeking full time/part time/contract Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners(s) experienced in geriatric psychiatry for our behavioral health team who will be providing psychiatric services to persons in the community residing in skilled nursing or assisted living facilities. This position will provide flexibility in your daily work schedule. You can learn more about SANA by clicking on www.sanabehavioralhealth.com.
If you share Legacy’s mission of making life better for others, we invite you to consider this opportunity as a Nurse Practitioner-Psychiatric. Our Camas, WA. clinic is searching for an energetic, patient-focused Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.
The Spokane Chapter for Wednesday, April 1, is cancelled. We plan to hold our May 6 meeting online.
We’re about halfway through the 2020 legislative session!
Learn how AAPPN supported our practices and our profession in 2019.