The Premiere Event for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing
The APNA Annual Conference delivers 100+ varied continuing education sessions and networking opportunities to the 1600+ psychiatric-mental health RNs and APRNs who attend each year. Attendees have the opportunity to earn approximately 25 CNE contact hours onsite and an additional 100+ contact hours online. Together, we advance psychiatric-mental health care through networking, education and a celebration of psychiatric-mental health nurses' leadership every day.
Connect with psychiatric-mental health nurses from across the country and beyond! As an Annual Conference exhibitor, you will gain visibility and exposure at the largest annual gathering in North America of psychiatric-mental health nurses and related specialists. From advanced practice nurse prescribers to nurses on the inpatient hospital floor, the Annual Conference draws more than 1,500 attendees who influence or deliver care to patients across the lifespan and in a variety of settings - including outpatient/administration, community, inpatient hospital, and academic settings.
APNA is committed to facilitating and supporting dynamic interaction and participation among con-
ference attendees, presenters, and exhibitors. By exhibiting at the APNA Annual Conference your
organization will benefit from opportunities to:
Network with 1,500+ psychiatric-mental health nursing professionals.
Generate qualified leads, conduct market research and gain valuable industry knowledge.
Leverage 4+ unopposed exhibit hall hours that include the opening network reception and beverage breaks.
Expose your brand to decision-makers, influencers, and specialists who provide mental health care.
The American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) was founded in 1986. In the ensuing 28 years, APNA has grown to be the largest professional membership organization committed to the specialty practice of psychiatric-mental health (PMH) nursing and wellness promotion, prevention of mental health problems, and the care and treatment of persons with psychiatric disorders.