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Announcing MAAPPN’s New Facebook Business Page

The Massachusetts Association of Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses (MAAPPN) is pleased to announce the launch of our newFacebook page https://www.facebook.com/PsychiatricAdvancedPracticeNurse/ —one that is more fully integrated and complementary with the MAAPPN website. The MAAPPN website remains the primary source for news, legislation updates and policy gains, educational offerings, job opportunities, information, and just about anything […]

MAAPPN Quarterly Meeting Announcement April 7, 2016

Kay Khan is a Clinical Specialist in Psychiatric Nursing and an American state legislator serving in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. We are very pleased to announce that Kay will be joining us at our quarterly MAAPPN member meeting on April 7th. Seating is limited, so please be sure to register early.

MAAPPN April 2016 Quarterly Meeting Announcement

MAAPPN April 2016 Quarterly Meeting Announcement Join us for an evening of colleagueship, networking, education, job opportunities, legislative updates and a great dinner. The Massachusetts Association of Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses (MAAPPN) will hold our next quarterly meeting on Thursday, April 7th, 2016 at Tuscan Kitchen in Burlington, Massachusetts from 5:45pm – 9pm. Kay Khan […]

MAAPPN December 2015 Quarterly Meeting Updates

MAAPPN December 2015 Quarterly Meeting Announcement, the Massachusetts Association of Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses (MAAPPN) is happy to announce that Kathy Adolina, PMHCNS, BC will be our December Quarterly Meeting speaker.  She will be speaking about Psychogenomics. in Clinical Practice Kathy Andolina, has a private practice in the Back Bay and specializes in treatment of […]

APNA Joins White House Effort to Address Opioid Misuse and Overdose Epidemic in Communities Across Nation

The American Psychiatric Nurses Association has joined a White House effort, announced today, to address the ongoing epidemic of prescription drug abuse and heroin use across the nation. With organizations from both the public and private sectors participating, the effort seeks to train health care providers, improve access to treatment, and raise awareness of the […]

SCOPE OF PRACTICE LAW SEEN AS IMPEDIMENT TO CARE IN MASSACHUSETTS

By Katie Lannan | State House News Service BOSTON, OCT. 6, 2015….As patients struggle to access medical care at a time and place that fits into their lives, Massachusetts laws laying out tasks that can be performed by nurse practitioners are among the country’s most restrictive, health experts said Monday during an annual health care […]

A Special Thank You to Our MAAPPN Members, Guest Speaker, and Sponsors

A Special Thank You to Our MAAPPN Members, Guest Speaker, and Sponsors MAAPPN (The Massachusetts Association of Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses) would like to take the time to thank our members who attended the September Quarterly Meeting, and our member/guest speaker Dr. Geoffry Phillips McEnany for his sensitive and compelling presentation. We are very excited […]