Boston Globe Article on Search for MH Providers Some of our members have brought to our attention the article on Oct 21 that mentions the
An Act to Protect Access to Confidential Healthcare (known as the “PATCH Act“) was recently passed in Massachusetts. Its purpose is to protect the privacy of
MAAPPN has long been an active participant in the Mental Health Coalition and attends the monthly meetings on your behalf! The Mental Health Coalition consists of
APNA asks that you send a comment to the FDA to support the reclassification of ECT devices from class III to class II.
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.
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
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
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