Welcome to the APNA eLearning Center, where you can browse & order online CE offerings, check your eLearning History, access your APNA Member bonus points, and more. Continuing education offerings are available as session archives from previous APNA conferences, upcoming live webinars, on-demand archived webinars, or online publications. Click on the links below to learn more about each online program in psychiatric mental health nursing.
If you are looking for your CE Certificate from a past live APNA conference, please visit: www.apna.org/ConferenceCE
APNA Transitions in Practice (ATP) Certificate Program
ATP is a self-paced program that provides RNs with the latest evidence-based knowledge and skills that are foundational to providing effective psychiatric-mental health nursing care. Using a new online platform, participants will have 90 days to progress through the curriculum, at the end of which they will earn 15 continuing nursing education contact hours and a certificate of successful completion.
Looking for contact hours in pharmacology? These podcasts, recorded from recent live conferences, provide cutting-edge clinical updates and are eligible for psychopharmacology contact hours.
Annual Conference Session Archives
If you missed the APNA Annual Conference, you can still get the content and continuing education contact hours! Find podcasts of the wide variety of sessions presented at recent Annual Conferences here.
APNA e-Series: Bipolar Spectrum Disorders
This series of 3 online publications focus on the assessment and treatment of bipolar spectrum disorders. Issue 1 provides foundational information including DSM-5 criteria, Issue 2 focuses on topics related to psychopharmacology, and Issue 3 covers counseling and psychotherapy.
Special Skills for Psychiatric Nurses
These sessions feature topics focusing on special skills for psychiatric mental health nurses that will help transform you from novice to expert. Stay tuned for new releases in this section throughout the upcoming months.
Effective Treatments for Opioid Use Disorders
Three continuing education webinars developed to empower all nurses to provide effective interventions to persons with or at risk for opioid use disorder. Content helps answer the question, "What can nurses do?" to address the epidemic of opioid use and overdose in the U.S.