The College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) is a professional association representing over 2000 specialist pharmacists practicing in the US, Canada and several other countries. CPNP’s membership consists of pharmacists who are trained in pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, drug‐drug and drug-disease state interactions, and in optimizing medication adherence. These pharmacists are trained to demonstrate respect and compassion for patients with psychiatric illness and effectively evaluate medication‐related needs. This training uniquely enables pharmacists to provide comprehensive medication management which involves assessing the efficacy of psychiatric and neurologic medications, performing medication histories, and providing treatment strategies for a therapeutic plan.

CPNP’s mission is to advance the reach and practice of neuro-psychiatric pharmacists. CPNP believes that every individual living with a psychiatric or neurologic disorder should have a care team that includes a neuropsychiatric pharmacist, accountable for optimal medication therapy. As a result, CPNP actively partners with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), pharmacy, and other health care associations that recognize the importance of consumers, pharmacists and other specialized professionals working together to improve patient outcomes. CPNP is integrally involved in supporting and providing recertification education credit for the 800+ Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacists (BCPPs), 75% of whom are members of CPNP.

CPNP invites you to become a visible part of its organization as a sponsor, journal advertiser, and/or sponsor of the CPNP Annual Meeting. View CPNP’s sponsor prospectus for more information and contact CPNP at for additional information.