The goal of the Pharmacy Student Hub is to provide information and tools that prepare pharmacy students to evaluate and prepare for a career in psychiatric and neurologic pharmacy.
Careers In Psychiatric and Neurolgic Pharmacy
Student programming at CPNP's Annual Meeting provides students the opportunity learn about career opportunities in neuropsychiatric pharmacy. Active CPNP members and practitioners overview their practice settings, what they do on a daily basis, and how they recommend preparing for a position within a specialty area. Learn more about the exciting opportunities in the field of psychiatric and neurologic pharmacy.
Academic Detailing, Sarah Popish, PharmD, BCPP
Pharmaceutical Industry, Dean Najarian, PharmD, BCPP
Primary Care, Glen Stimmel, PharmD, BCPP
Substance Abuse Treatment, Christopher Stock, PharmD, BCPP
CPNP Student Chapters
Interested in forming a CPNP student chapter at your school? Link to tools and resources for all CPNP student chapters - whether you are considering starting a chapter at your pharmacy school or are looking for information for established chapters.
CPNP Student Membership
Membership in the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) is one of the best ways you can learn more about the exciting, growing field of psychiatric and neurologic pharmacy. Joining is easy and a 6-month complimentary trial membership is available for you to experience all of the benefits CPNP has to offer including:
Networking through the CPNP membership directory, protected to CPNP members
Participation in the very active CPNP email list (exclusive to members) where you post questions to experts in the field, learn about cases and gain clinical pearls not commonly encountered in the literature
Access to members-only resources, including medication education pamphlets for patients, pocket reference cards, lists of films and books focused on mental health and readings on topics such as psychotropic drug interactions and electroconvulsive therapy.
20 student registration/travel grants worth $500 each are available for those wanting to attend CPNP 2018 in Indianapolis, April 22-25, 2018. You will need to submit your CV, a letter of recommendation, and a personal essay. Start preparing these items now to get ahead of the January 17, 2018 deadline. Read more about the grant requirements here: https://cpnp.org/_docs/ed/meeting/2018/student/student_grant_overview.pdfPosted on 12/13/17
20 student registration/travel grants worth $500 each are available for those wanting to attend CPNP 2018 in Indianapolis, April 22-25, 2018.
The CPNP scientific poster sessions will be back in 2018! The CPNP Abstracts and Awards Council is currently accepting abstracts in a variety of categories, and students are encouraged to submit! Don't miss this opportunity to showcase your work, build your CV, and contribute to the growing body of psychiatric pharmacy research. Posted on 12/01/17
The CPNP Abstracts and Awards Council is currently accepting abstracts in a variety of categories, and students are encouraged to submit.
This 6-minute video is part 2 in a 2-part video series about the practice settings in psychiatric pharmacy. If you missed part one, you may view it here: https://cpnp.org/resource/video/66739/explore-psychiatric-pharmacy-practice-settings. To learn even more about psychiatric pharmacy, visit CPNP's FAQ page: https://cpnp.org/about/public/faq.Posted on 11/16/17
This 6-minute video is part 2 in a 2-part video series about the practice settings in psychiatric pharmacy.
So you're interested in psychiatric pharmacy. Now what? This 5-minute video gives an overview of psychiatric pharmacy settings from one of CPNP's senior members, Dr. Carla D. Cobb, PharmD, BCPP. To learn even more about psychiatric pharmacy, visit CPNP's FAQ page: https://cpnp.org/about/public/faqPosted on 11/01/17
This 5-minute video gives an overview of psychiatric pharmacy settings from one of CPNP's senior members, Dr. Carla D. Cobb, PharmD, BCPP.
The “What I Wish I Knew” series of articles is a service of CPNP’s Resident and New Practitioner Committee. Articles are intended to provide advice from experts for students, residents, and new practitioners. Articles are not intended to provide in-depth disease state or pharmacotherapy information nor replace any peer-reviewed educational materials. We hope you benefit from this “field guide” discussing approaches to unique problems and situations.Posted on 10/27/17
Dr. Chiulli is a mental health clinical pharmacy specialist and PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy residency program director at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, South Carolina. Dr. Chiulli received her BS with honors at the University of Georgia and her Doctorate of Pharmacy, cum laude, from South University School of Pharmacy. She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida and her PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy residency at the San Diego VA Medical Center. Dr. Chiulli serves as a clinical preceptor for the South Carolina College of Pharmacy and is a member of the Veterans Health Administration Clinical Pharmacy Program Office mental health pharmacist subject matter expert workgroup.