Registration Options

Webinar Date: October 4-8 (see the schedule for specific session times)
Activity Dates: 10/04/2021 - 06/30/2026

Session Summary

CPNP Communities Week is a 3-day virtual event, exclusively for CPNP members! This event will feature webinars from the CPNP communities, Mental Health First Aid, and an update on CPNP's advocacy roadmap and activities. We have extended the week to incorporate CPNP's inagural Residency Showcase, free for all PGY1 residents and students!

Community Week sessions are designed by your peers to focus on relevant, current issues in practice with intention to foster open discussion and information sharing. Please see the schedule below for more information.

Communities Week is free for CPNP members who only need to register once to attend any CPNP webinar (separate registration is required for MHFA) and the Showcase. Registrants may attend as many sessions as desired, and all recorded sessions* will be posted following the event. ACPE credit is not offerred during CPNP Communities Week. Non-members attending the Residency Showcase are offered a separate registration option for the 2-day showcase only. 

*Mental Health First Aid and the Residency Showcase will not be recorded.


All times are listed in the Central Time Zone and are 1 hour in length unless noted
All sessions will be recorded and made available to registered CPNP members for continued, enduring access
The schedule is subject to change

Monday, October 4

Tuesday, October 5

Wednesday, October 6

Thursday, October 7

Friday, October 8


Communities Week offers many member-driven activities intended to facilitate dialogue among psychiatric pharmacy professionals. While presenters are encouraged to disclose any conflicts and to use the best evidence available, presentations are not peer reviewed and attendees should accordingly verify details prior to making significant practice changes.


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