In response to guidance from worldwide health organizations and experts and due to the increased local government restrictions on meetings, the in-person component of the 26th Annual National Psychopharmacology Update has been cancelled, making the 2021 event completely virtual.
We realize that 2020 has been a challenging year for all of us, and many of our conference participants have been significantly impacted by the pandemic. The Nevada Psychiatric Association, in our efforts to support our community and in alignment with our mission to promote professional education in psychiatry and allied fields have reduced the 2021 conference rates. The updated registration rates and more information regarding the virtual event can be found on our website.
Enjoy the quality content and networking opportunities from the comfort of your home or office and take advantage of the unique opportunities to interact with conference attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors.
We look forward to seeing you all online in February.
In the meantime, please stay healthy and safe.
As the largest psychopharmacology conference in the US, last year NPA hosted over 1,600 attendees from all 50 states and 4 countries!
The 26th National Psychopharmacology Update also includes:
Full-day pre-conference focusing on Forensic Psychiatry
Earn a year’s worth of CME/CE credits – up to 32 CME/CE credits and 24 Self-Assessment credits will be available.
Additional educational opportunities during daily product theaters
Time for networking with mental health practitioners from all over the country
Showcase of the industry’s leaders of services and products in our exhibit hall
Fully virtual event platform, with the same quality content and networking opportunities from the comfort of your own home or office. The content will be recorded and available for up to 90 days after the event to view and receive your CME online.