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Complimentary Webinar Features Models to Increase Naloxone Distribution-Register Now

Register Now for August 13 Webinar and View Course Information

Join the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) and Providers' Clinical Support System for Opioid Therapies (PCSS-O) to learn about various models that can be implemented to expand Naloxone access within your own practice setting.  Participants will learn the various models for overdose education and naloxone distribution (OEND) in order to select one most applicable to their practice setting. Additionally, the webinar will address how to overcome the most prevalent barriers to implementing OEND and will describe strategies to bill an insurance carrier for OEND.

Live Webinar Date: August 13, 2015, 8 PM Eastern Time (5 Pacific, 6 Mountain, 7 Central)
Enduring: Available as an enduring in CPNP University after August 21 (cpnp.org/ed/university)


CPNP Releases Naloxone Guide for Pharmacists

  

With drug overdoses occurring at an alarming rate in the United States, CPNP is pleased to provide a guideline for pharmacists related to one potential solution, take-home naloxone. Naloxone Access: A Practical Guideline for Pharmacists provides information regarding who naloxone might be appropriate for, how it is supplied, prescribed and dispensed, supporting laws and regulations, and answers to frequently asked questions.


The NEW Mental Health Clinician Features Alternatives In Pain Management

  

The Mental Health Clinician (MHC) continues to provide new insights to help you in your practice setting. PDFs are freely available for you at mhc.cpnp.org. To keep up with the latest from the journal, follow the MHC on LinkedIn. The May 2015 issue focuses on the alternatives to narcotic medications for management of pain across the life span.

 


CPNP Past Presidents Update CPNP Manifesto

  

As an organization, the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) is committed to developing and promoting pharmacists who practice in the specialty areas of psychiatry and neurology. One method to maximize this visibility is through CPNP's Psychiatric Pharmacy Manifesto. Just recently, the CPNP Past Presidents updated the manifesto with the goal that it serve as a public declaration of our principles, beliefs, and intentions to those within and outside our profession. The updated manifesto is available here.


CPNP Releases Opioid Use Disorders Interventions Guideline

    

 

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