What Are the Different Types of Advanced Practice Nurses?

What Are the Different Types of Advanced Practice Nurses?

An Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) is a nurse who has obtained at least a master’s degree in nursing, and provides and coordinates patient care in primary or specialty healthcare. Within the category of APRNs are specialty areas that include nurse...
Nominate An Outstanding APRN!

Nominate An Outstanding APRN!

Do you know an outstanding APRN? We are now accepting nominations for OAAPN’s Leadership Awards. Recipients will be announced during OAAPN’s Month of Learning this October as well as recognized during our Live Webinar on Oct. 24, 2020. Below is a brief...
Why Did You Become an APRN?

Why Did You Become an APRN?

At the Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses, we are the voice of more than 10,000 APRNs throughout Ohio, counting Nurse Practitioners, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, Clinical Nurse Specialists, and Certified Nurse Midwives among our members.  As the...
President’s Message

President’s Message

President’s Message by Joscelyn Greaves, APRN-CNP Advanced Practice Registered Nurses already give so much of themselves and that passion to help no matter the demand on one’s self has never been called into action more than during this time of crisis. There has...
Split Shared Encounters Explained

Split Shared Encounters Explained

Split Shared Encounters Explained by Amanda Rumpke, MSN APRN-CNP Billing & Coding 101 is not a class we took in nursing school. As an APRN starts their practice, each has a bit of a learning curve when it comes to effectively delivering quality documentation that...
Call for Applications — OAAPN Board of Directors

Call for Applications — OAAPN Board of Directors

This is a challenging yet rewarding time for all APRNs and serving on the OAAPN Board of Directors is a way to have a greater voice for Ohio’s Advanced Practice Registered Nurses. Applications are now being accepted for: President Elect (6 year term comprised of...