About the Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute

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Join hundreds of psychiatric-mental health nurses June 6-9 in Louisville, Kentucky for a psychopharmacology conference planned for nurses, by nurses.


APNA 17th Annual
Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute
 
What: A clinical psychopharmacology conference planned for nurses, by nurses.
Who: Advanced practice psychiatric nurses and PMH-RNs - especially those who administer and/or prescribe medications.
 When:  June 6-9, 2019
Where: Louisville, Kentucky
Why: Earn 22.5 continuing nursing education contact hours in pharmacology, network with colleagues, discuss issues in PMH nursing, and stay up-to-date on the latest evidence-based best practices!
 
 

APNA Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute

"I can say without reservation that the learning I’ve experienced has been crucial to my professional development, and thus important to the people I serve. I encourage any psychiatric nurse to take advantage of the opportunity to participate in this tremendously high quality conference."

 

 

 

Registration

2019 Full Conference Registration: Early Bird
(Deadline: May 13, 2019)
  • Member: $399
  • Nonmember: $649
  • Military*: $249
  • Join Now!: $534
2019 Full Conference Registration: Regular Registration
(Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2019)
  • Member: $475
  • Nonmember: $725
  • Military*: $249
  • Join Now!: $610
2019 Full Conference Registration: On-Site
  • Member: $500
  • Nonmember: $750
  • Join Now: $635
2019 Pre-Conference Session**
  • Member: $69
  • Nonmember: $119
 2019 One Day Registration (Fri, Sat, or Sun)
  • Member: $199
  • Nonmember: $325
 
 
*Military rate is for members of the Military, Reserves, or National Guard on active duty.
**Registering for the pre-conference is an additional cost, this session is not included in full conference registration.
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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