Online continuing education is available through AAPPN’s eLearning Center.
2023 AAPPN Annual Conference
The in-person event on November 4, 2023, is being recorded and will be offered as an online webinar.
- Comorbidities of DSM disorders, SUD, and chronic pain
- Case studies of PMHNP practice in a corrections setting
- Advanced topics in perinatal psychiatry
- Neurodiversity and its impact on clinical practice
- “Extra credit” CEs for readings and videos at no extra charge
We are proud to feature a speaker lineup composed solely of PMHNPs:
- Yoriko Kozuki, PhD, PMHNP-BC, ARNP
- Tricia Spach, MSN, ARNP
- Dana Dean Doering, ARNP
“Differential Diagnosis in Adolescents”
Recorded April 22, 2023
The landscape of adolescence is constantly evolving as society changes. It starts earlier and lasts longer, presenting new challenges for teens and parents.
This Master Class takes a deep dive into the complexity of differential diagnosis with tweens and teens through a series of case studies.
Case studies include:
- Social Media Use
- Relationship Violence
- Substance Use
Earn up to 2.00 ANCC-approved contact hours.
“Kathy is not only steeped in professional knowledge and experience but her organization and ease of delivery made this one of the best master classes I have received.”
“Solutions for Today’s Challenges in Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing”
Recorded October 8, 2022
Sessions offer new research outcomes and evidence-based tools to support your practice.
- Examine the intersection of trauma and the criminal justice system
- Integrate DBT into your therapy practice
- Explore schizophrenia assessment, diagnosis, and treatment with health equity
Earn up to 7.3 ANCC-approved contact hours, including 5 pharmacotherapeutic hours.
“All speakers were outstanding. Each presented clear and useful information.”
“Gender-Diverse Care Master Class”
Recorded May 14, 2022
Transgender and gender-diverse people—especially people with disabilities and people of color— are at higher risk for mental and medical comorbidities when compared with the general population.
This Master Class explores the mental health and psychopharmacological aspects of care for gender-diverse clients. After watching the session, clinicians will leave with tools that can be implemented directly into care across the continuum.
3.75 contact hours, including 2.00 pharmacotherapeutic CE requirement
“It was well worth my time. I’m eager for more on this topic!”
“Duty to Warn in the Age of Telehealth”
Recorded May 22, 2021
No continuing education contact hours
For many clinicians, patient lethality and mandatory reporting are some of the most difficult topics to navigate. In “Washington Mandatory Reporting and Duty to Warn in the Age of Telehealth” examine the applicable Washington State and Federal laws regarding mandatory reporting obligations with a specific focus on how these rules apply to behavioral health settings.
“Probably one of the best, if not the best, virtual presentations I’ve been to.”
“He presented this information so well; it was very easy to stay engaged in learning for the entire class.”
For AAPPN Members
Recorded March 2021
Free for AAPPN members!
Get up-to-date during this interactive session with Cathy Campbell, owner of Sirius Medical Billing.
In addition to the discussion with Cathy, you’ll have access to the Billing in 2021 answer sheet and other bonus material.
Recorded January-February 2020.
Free for AAPPN members, this three-part video series features a panel of seasoned practitioners who shared their experience on transitioning from a job to a private practice, building a business plan, and creating a practice infrastructure.
Additional online resources are available through our Resource Library.
Topics range from maternal mental and child & adolescent mental health to practice tools.