October 17 & 18, 2019 • Austin, TX
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is proud to be hosting the 31st Annual Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Update, October 17 & 18, 2019 in Austin, Texas. This educational conference is presented by:
The Annual Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Update supports the interdisciplinary approach to mental healthcare by inviting multiple disciplines to participate in a shared learning experience:
Pharmacists • Psychiatrists • Physicians • Nurses • Psychologists • Social Workers
This interdisciplinary, shared learning format facilitates an appreciation amongst the attendees for all of the contributions that must be made for a mental health treatment plan to be successful. Whether attending as an individual or with a team of colleagues from your practice site, all invited disciplines can expect to take away evidence-based information that will help improve outcomes for patients with psychiatric disorders.
|Dates||Thursday and Friday, October 17 & 18, 2019|
|Location||DoubleTree Austin, Texas|
|Start Time||Programming begins at 7:30 AM CT on first day|
|Ending||Last session will conclude around 4:00 PM CT on second day|
|Lunch & Breaks||Includes continental breakfast, breaks, and lunch both days.|
|Lodging||DoubleTree Austin, Texas|
|Registration Fee||See Registration Page|
|Nearest Airport||Austin-Bergstrom International Airport • AUS|
|Future Conferences||October, 2020 Austin, TX|
New for 2019 – Pre-Conference Workshops!
Two Pre-Conference programs taking place on Wednesday, October 16, included in the conference Registration:
Separate registration required for attendance. See each program’s website for more information. Click on titles to view registration information.
The content of this conference is based on practice gaps identified by surveying past participants and by analyzing practice trends. Participants receive 2 days of evidence-based clinical information that is relevant to current psychiatric practice (see Agenda). Speakers, who have been recommended by the planning committee as outstanding presenters and experts in their practice, will deliver the featured presentations. Each presentation is formatted with a didactic component, opportunities for active learning, and a Q&A discussion to allow audience members to ask specific questions for individualized learning.
This year, the agenda also features a panel discussion that gives practitioners of different disciplines the opportunity to take on challenging patient cases to demonstrate how varying viewpoints may approach patient care. The information delivered at this conference is intended to be in-depth, yet practical enough that it can be utilized immediately upon return to practice, to implement individualized, comprehensive and
evidence-based treatment plans for patients.
This conference is a regional program for the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) organization, whose members are dedicated to the promotion of rational pharmacotherapy and care for patients with central nervous system (CNS) disorders. Our conference is developed in collaboration with key members of CPNP, to ensure our psychiatric conference addresses the disparity between current pharmacotherapy practices and evidence-based best practices.
Who Should Register
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. Social workers, please see the agenda to identify which sessions (*) have been designated as information that will meet your specific educational needs, and offer social work-specific continuing education credit. Please feel free to register for the entire conferenc
e if you wish to participate in the non-accredited sessions for your own professional development.
To provide pharmacists, psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, psychologists and social workers with timely and clinically useful information about applying neuroscience principles and evidence-based approaches to the management of selected psychiatric and neurologic disorders.