OAAPN: Year in Review

OAAPN: Year in Review

As this year comes to a close, we wanted to highlight just a few of the things that OAAPN accomplished this year: Passage of HB 111 that allows pink slipping for psych APRNs in Ohio. Introduced HB 726 which seeks to retire the mandated Standard Care Arrangement (SCA)...
Support the OAAPN PAC

Support the OAAPN PAC

Why does OAAPN need a PAC? The benefit of having an OAAPN PAC is that it allows us to establish an organized process through which our members may send political contributions to be designated at a later date. Members of OAAPN are asked to contribute money to the PAC....

OAAPN Questions of the Month

2017 proved to be an eventful year for Ohio APRNs as House Bill 216, the APRN Modernization Act, was signed into law. The new law makes advances toward full practice authority for all Ohio APRNs, but there is still much work to be done. When we asked some OAAPN board...
Other APRN Events of Interest

Other APRN Events of Interest

Upcoming APRN Events in Ohio Are you an APRN? Take a look at some of the upcoming APRN events in Ohio. Anesthesiology Acute Care NP Recruitment Event DATE: Thursday, December 14th, 2017 TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 PM LOCATION: Independence Family Health Center More...
How Do I Sign My Credentials with the Passage of HB 216?

How Do I Sign My Credentials with the Passage of HB 216?

What you need to know about signing your credentials with the passage of HB 216 Prior to the passage of HB 216, APRNs were licensed as registered nurses with a certificate of authority to practice as an APRN in a specific designation. Today all practicing Ohio APRNs...