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.
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.
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.
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.
2013 CPT Codes Update
This series of 3 webinars give the background and explanation of the RUC process, discuss in detail the new codes and when to use them, and outline Evaluation and Management (E&M) Codes documentation and billing.
Counseling PointsTM: Schizophrenia & Recovery
This symposium was originally presented at the APNA 26th Annual Conference in November 2012 and has been archived with audio, slides, and video. Additional handouts are also available.
APNA is offering exciting continuing nursing education opportunities, available to access from your own home! These webinars are listed as archived versions of previously live-presented sessions, or as live webcasts were you can participate in real-time.
Managing Bipolar Type I Depression
The goal of this activity is to improve the learners' knowledge, competence, and performance in the management of bipolar type I depression, with an emphasis on differentiating unipolar from bipolar depression and on weighing the benefits versus risks of the available therapeutic options.