Webinar Date: Every Two Weeks Sept. 4-Nov. 13 and Jan. 8-March 19 (See "Add to Calendar" section for remaining dates)
Activity Dates: 09/04/2020 - 06/30/2026
The Friday Afternoon Journal Club Series provides a frequent opportunity for CPNP members to learn and grow together while focusing on timely topics selected by presenting residents with the help of their RPDs. This member-driven initiative does not provide ACPE credit. Presenters will focus on late-breaking items, fostering discussion, and responding to the questions and issues emerging in real practice.
CPNP members can register once for the journal club series and attend as many of the webinars as you like for free. Recordings will be made available for most of the webinars, and presentation slides will also be provided for download as appropriate. Registered attendees will receive an email reminder on the morning of each journal club. All journal clubs take place at 3:00 PM Eastern/2:00 PM Central/12:00 PM Pacific.
The Friday Afternoon Journal Club Series is an unaccredited member-driven initiative to facilitate dialogue among psychiatric pharmacy professionals. While presenters are encouraged to disclose any conflicts and to use the best evidence available, the presentations are not peer reviewed and attendees should accordingly verify details prior to making significant practice changes.
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