The scientific abstract, clinical pearl, and student grant submission deadlines are rapidly approaching. Due by 11:59 PM, January 13, 2021, these submissions present a great opportunity for attendees to showcase their work and increase their involvement in CPNP 2021.
Abstracts may be submitted in one of five different categories:
Abstracts may also be considered in one of five different award categories:
Please note that for the Research Trainee category, Works in Progress are allowed, provided there is an interim data analysis and timetable for completion included in the abstract. Individuals who have completed a residency within the last 12 months are eligible for this award.
Clinical pearls remain a popular and important part of medical education at the CPNP Annual Meeting. We encourage you to share your experience dealing with a clinical problem by submitting and presenting a clinical pearl. Submit your clinical pearl and view all criteria and even a sample, past presentation at this same link.
All submissions will be evaluated for the slide content, quality of learning objectives, evaluation of the literature on the proposed topic, and the potential impact on practice (even if niche topic). Note, submissions require a slide deck on the CPNP Presentation template. Selection of topics will occur by February 5, 2021, and presenting authors will receive a $125 registration discount for the annual meeting.
Thanks to the generous support of CPNP past presidents and members, the CPNP Foundation will fund 25 student registration grants to CPNP 2021. Students should apply for a grant using the online application. Additional documents required include a current curriculum vitae, a personal essay of no more than 500 words describing the applicant's interest in CPNP, psychiatric pharmacy, and CPNP 2021, and one letter of recommendation from either a clinical pharmacy practitioner or faculty member. A full overview of selection criteria can be found here.
To be eligible, a student applicant must: