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New for 2019, CPNP will host CPNP Communities Week, a 3-day virtual event, exclusively for CPNP members! This event will feature webinars from each of the CPNP communities on relevant topics that will be announced leading up to the event. This exciting event replaces the Lunch and Learn Webinars from prior years with a more concentrated opportunity to learn and network with your peers in CPNP. The first Communities Week will take place September 24-26, 2019, and the tentative schedule is as follows (all times are shown in Central):

Tuesday, September 24

  • 10:30 AM Geriatric Community
  • 12:00 PM Residency Program Directors Community
  • 1:30 PM Neurology Community
  • 3:00 PM Child and Adolescent Community (NEW Community for 2019-2020!)

Wednesday, September 25

  • 10:30 AM Patient Care Practice Management (PCPM) Community
  • 12:00 PM Patient Medication Education Groups (PMEG) Community
  • 1:30 PM Teaching Community

Thursday, September 26

  • 12:00 PM Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) Community
  • 1:30 PM Research Community

CPNP Communities Week boasts many benefits, including the following:

  1. Complimentary registration: Sign up once for the entire event!
  2. Convenient webinar times: Attend as many or as few webinars as your schedule allows.
  3. Extended learning: All webinars will be recorded and made available to registrants following the event.

We’re excited to offer this 3-day virtual event and hope you will join us. Register today!

About CPNP Communities

Communities provide a basic infrastructure to facilitate email discussions, online resource sharing, and a convenient venue to interact with others in a niche practice setting or around a common area of professional interest. CPNP members can go online to join communities and manage their preferences. Community members will be expected to abide by the email list policy, which includes the need to respect copyright. For more information, make sure to read the Community Guidelines.

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