The 7th Annual Meeting of the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists
April 22-25, 2004
The Westin Chicago River North
If you wish to see the abstract of each speaker’s sessions, simply click here on the live link from their name to view this information. Through its audiovisual and taping vendor Audio Visual Media, CPNP is providing for purchase of a CD-ROM of all 13 hours of ACPE credit offered at the CPNP Annual Meeting during the week of April 22-24 in Chicago. Audiotapes of individual sessions are also available.
The cost of the CD-ROM is $79.50 plus shipping and tax as applicable and as noted on this order form. Audiotapes of individual sessions are available at $12 each or $120 for all 13 tapes plus shipping and tax as applicable as noted on the order form. Please forward your order form to CPNP’s selected taping and audiovisual vendor, Audio Visual Media as noted on the order form. Your product purchase will be processed and filled by Audio Visual Media--CPNP is not maintaining inventory of these products.
Continuing Education Credit The College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists is approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education. The 2004 Annual Meeting will provide 17 contact hours of continuing education credit.
If you are a pharmacist, practitioner, educator, scientist, administrator, resident, fellow or student involved in the pharmaceutical care of psychiatric and/or neurologic patients, we invite you to attend the Annual Meeting of the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists. Through this meeting, practitioners at all levels in the areas of neurology and psychiatry can grow and improve in their specialty area. The Annual Meeting also benefits those pharmacists who play an ever-increasing role in assuring appropriate drug use, providing overall pharmacotherapy management and enhancing positive outcomes. More importantly, the Annual Meeting provides an opportunity for all attendees to interact and share experiences regarding their areas of common interest.