The Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) and School Nurses Australia (SNA) have agreed to amalgamate. The merged body will continue to be known as APNA.
Members-only articles, interviews, columns, and clinical updates from the latest edition of APNA's Primary Times magazine
APNA’s annual Workforce Survey has provided a comprehensive picture of the working conditions and professional concerns of primary health care nurses across Australia for more than 15 years. It is the only national survey focusing exclusively on nurses who work in primary health care.
Join other nurses at one of our in-person events across the country. We're bringing an APNA Conference to you, there’s events in every state or territory. Come and learn, connect and re-energise!
The APNA Student Nurse Placement Program shines a light on primary health care for student nurses and helps to future-proof the primary health care nursing workforce. APNA works with universities and tertiary institutions to provide high-quality nursing placements for undergraduate and postgraduate students in dynamic primary health care settings.
APNA’s Transition to Practice Program is a 12-month education, support and mentoring program for nurses new to primary health care.
We’re looking for expressions of interest to present at the APNA Conference Roadshow. If you’re a content expert and you’d like to share your knowledge and expertise with other conference delegates, find out more and register your interest here.
Connect with your nursing colleagues from across primary health care. Share stories and learn tips from others.
Do CPD on the run. Hear the news you need to know, listen to powerful interviews and learn in education segments.
Up-to-date COVID-19 information for nurses working in primary health care in Australia