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Recordings from Virtual CPNP 2020 are now available for purchase on a by module or bulk purchase. You can earn up to 25 hours of APCE credit from a line-up of nationally recognized speakers providing highly relevant content. ACPE credit can be earned for up to three years from the session's launch date, and credits will be automatically sent to CPE Monitor upon successful completion of the required examination and evaluation. Take advantage of this great opportunity to advance your learning on your schedule and from the comfort of your home or office! The 25-hour bundle is worth over $875! Sessions include:
  • Biomarker Profiling and Neural Mechanisms for Psychosis
  • Buprenorphine and Methadone: Navigating Through Transitions of Care
  • Burnout of Health Care Providers, Residents, and Students
  • Clinical Pearls
  • Depression / Postpartum Depression: Novel Mechanisms, Formulations, and REMS
  • The ECHO Model: Bridging the Gap in Mental Health
  • E-Cigarettes: An Update on Safety and Effectiveness
  • Evaluation and Treatment of Impulsivity and Aggression
  • Forensic Toxicology: What’s New, What’s Old, and Why Dead People Aren’t Like the Living
  • Interplay of Sleep, Mental Illness, and Psychotropics
  • Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotics: What to Do When Things Don’t Go As Planned
  • Nerve Growth Factor as a Target for Pain Management
  • Pain, Opioids and Suicide
  • Psychedelic Use in Psychiatric Disorders
  • Psychiatric and Behavioral Adverse Effects and Complications of Antiseizure Medications
  • Psychiatric and Neurologic Medication Pipeline
  • Secondary Psychosis: Differential Diagnosis of a First Episode
  • Substance Use Disorders in Adolescents
  • Suicide Prevention Strategies
  • Treatment of HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorder
  • Update on Stimulant Dosage Forms for ADHD
  • Update on the Evidence-based Treatment of Bipolar Depression
  • Updates and Advances in Antipsychotic Induced Metabolic Adverse Events
  • Violence and Mental Illness
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