Maximizing the CPNP Annual Meeting Experience: Why This Pharmacy Conference is Key to Your Business
In 2019, CPNP celebrates 22 years as the premier organization representing psychiatric and neurologic pharmacists. CPNP’s 2019 Annual Meeting will carry on the great tradition of featuring programs and events focused on the latest in clinical care, pharmacotherapy, substance use disorder treatment, research, and much more. CPNP is in a unique position as an organization within both consumer and pharmacy communities. It is the only pharmacy organization that specializes in psychiatry, addiction treatment, and neurology. CPNP works diligently to build awareness of the role of the pharmacist in meeting the needs of the rapidly expanding mental health patient population. Our clinical expertise in psychopharmacology and substance use disorders is valued and the CPNP Annual Meeting is the only event where this audience of professionals gathers in mass. CPNP is pleased to also offer your company access to a broad variety of partnering opportunities at the Annual Meeting and will work with you to tailor programs and services that will maximize your investment of resources, time, and money. Opportunities include:
Product Theaters: These events allow you to reach attendees directly. We invite you to have experts share new evidence-based findings on key products, provide product details and conduct demonstrations, or highlight new products and services to audiences consistently ranging from 100-350.
Symposia: These opportunities support topical information on clinical areas consistent with your corporate objectives. Developed and implemented by a medical education company, these scientific programs are designed for educational purposes and must provide ACPE continuing education credit.
All external continuing education programming intended for CPNP members attending this conference must be submitted to CPNP through the satellite symposia or product theater option. No outside events can be held at or in conjunction with CPNP’s Annual Meeting without review and approval from CPNP.