Nurse Practitioners are at the heart of today's healthcare system. With the increased need for mental health and psychiatric services, you need in-depth education, tailored to your practice, in order to provide the best possible care to all patients. The Psych Congress NP Institute in-person event is an essential educational experience, crafted by the world-class leaders of Psych Congress. Discover this newly available offering that will take a deep dive into everything you need to know about psychopharmacology, but have been afraid to ask, including basic psychopharmacology principles and terminology on treatment, disease states, and medication types.
For four days this April, we'll cover everything from current medications to what's coming out on the market now, helping you to address the daily challenges of clinical practice. Intended for clinicians in their early years of practice, or for anyone who's looking for a psychopharmacology refresher, this focused conference will deepen your understanding and increase your confidence in:
- Mood stabilizers
- Practice management
- Substance misuse
This is your forum to engage in interactive education, learn from the best and brightest in the field, and gain confidence in making the best decision for each and every patient; all while earning valuable CME/CE credits! Expand your network with other like-minded nurse practitioners while gaining a better understanding of different medication classes to diagnose, prescribe, and put treatment strategies into practice. The NP Institute in-person event is your source for refreshed, fortified, psychopharmacology education.
This one-of-a-kind learning experience provides you with the foundational education you need to become a more effective and efficient clinician. Walk away empowered and excited to provide the best possible care to each and every patient.
NP Institute is designed and accredited specifically for psychiatric nurse practitioners.
The inaugural 2023 event will feature keynotes, a robust four-day agenda, networking opportunities, and the type of foundational education you need to improve patient care.
Engage with faculty who are subject-matter experts, there to support you in taking your professional confidence to the next level.