October 19 & 20, 2017 • Austin, TX
The University of Texas College of Pharmacy welcomes you to the 29th Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Update CE event, in Austin, Texas on October 19 and 20, 2017. The Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Update traditionally provides 15 hours of CEU’s on current treads in mental illness treatment for pharmacists, physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, advance practice nurses, counselors, and social workers.
Addressing Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Topics Important for Today’s Practice
This conference’s goal is to improve the quality of care delivered to people with mental health problems by providing timely and clinically useful information for the practicing clinician. Conference speakers focus on the practical application of neuroscience principles and evidence-based approaches for the treatment of serious and persistent major psychiatric and neurologic disorders, including depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and dementias. Participants are provided with treatment advances in the psychiatric pharmacotherapy of children, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse, and an update on new psychotherapeutic uses of existing agents and new psychotropic agents that will impact your practice in the next year.
2016 CE Accreditation:
CME, CPE, Social Work, APA
2017 CE Credits Pending
The 2016 conference was accredited for 15 hours of CE for Continuing Pharmacy Education, Continuing Medical Education (AMA PRA Category 1), Continuing Nursing Education, Social Work, and Licensed Psychologists. See CE Credits site for more details.
2016 Ethics CME and Social Work: The 2016 conference offered CME credit(s) of education in medical ethics and/or professional responsibility, and hours of education in professional ethics and social work values. Ethics credits are being developed for 2017
Who Should Attend
Pharmacists, psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, psychologists and social workers who specialize in or have an interest in neuropsychiatric disorders and wish to enhance their awareness and knowledge of the most recent advances impacting contemporary practice.