Who should attend: Primary care physicians, psychiatrists, pharmacists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, psychiatric & registered nurses, social workers, allied health professionals, residents & students.
Overview: Our usual in-person conference is going completely virtual this year and will feature international experts on depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, and evolving approaches to the psychiatric impacts of COVID-19. And as always, we will offer local expertise on other important topics in psychopharmacology. The program has been designed to encourage audience questions and engagement. Participants will also have opportunities to virtually network with other participants and faculty (private text and video chat rooms). We look forward to seeing you online this fall! Until then, join the conversation: #PPPC2020
Cost: [by Aug 17]
CME credits: Up to 6.5 Mainpro+ / MOC Section 1 credits.
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