Defining the Future Research Grants

Submission window is now open with applications accepted through August 31, 2021

This grant program seeks to encourage doctor of pharmacy students and post-doctoral residents with an interest in psychiatric and neurologic disorders to investigate topics in line with the Foundation's mission and vision. Using a competitive selection process, the Foundation annually funds grants of up to $1500 each. Applications are due annually by August 31 and announced by October 1. Recipients must submit their findings as a poster presentation at the CPNP Annual Meeting the following year.

Student Chapter Impact Grants

Submission window is now open with applications accepted through June 1, 2021

Student Chapter Impact Grants are a great opportunity for student chapters to receive funding for their projects and activities. Projects should meet one or more of the following goals:

  • Impact patient care
  • Address mental health disparities
  • Create awareness of psychiatric pharmacists and their value and contributions as members of the interprofessional treatment team
  • Expand interest in psychiatric pharmacy as a career
  • Reduce the stigma related to mental health and substance use disorders

Up to $6000 will be awarded annually.

 

COVID-19 Care Research Grants

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The CPNP Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of three recipients for COVID-19 Care Grant Awards that totaled $11,700. The CPNP Foundation Board of Directors was encouraged by all of the submissions focused on improving the quality of or access to psychiatric pharmacy care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you to everyone who applied and congratulations to the three principle investigators!.

Student Registration/Travel Grants

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Thanks to the generous support of the CPNP Foundation, CPNP Past Presidents’ Destiny Fund, and CPNP members, twenty five (25) students are receiving complimentary registrations to attend CPNP 2021. Grant recipients were selected by the CPNP Student Committee based on the merits of their applications. Read the full press release.