Thank you for your interest in the CPNP Foundation Student Chapter Impact Grants. The College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists Foundation seeks to fund grants to student chapters who develop projects and activities that strive to meet one or more of the goals below:
- 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
Carefully read through the grant criteria and timeline before submitting your online application.
Impact Grant Criteria
- The CPNP Foundation will award a maximum of $6,000 annually through the Student Chapter Impact Grant program. Assuming appropriate, quality submissions, the CPNP Foundation will award a minimum of one award but can split the $6,000 grant amount between up to three chapters annually at its discretion. Each student chapter awarded a grant will also receive a $500 registration and travel stipend to the next CPNP Annual Meeting for 1 chapter representative to attend and serve as a representative at the CPNPF booth where the results from their activity/initiative will be featured.
- The scope of the proposal must be consistent with the goals of the Student Chapter Impact Grants.
- The Student Chapter Impact Grant is open only to CPNP student chapters though the student chapter can, and is encouraged to, invite other partner organizations to be involved. Special consideration will be given to projects involving at least one of the following types of partners:
- Student professional organizations representing other disciplines (i.e., medicine, nursing, social work)
- Community organizations
- Advocacy organizations, NAMI on Campus chapters, and like organizations are encouraged
- Fellow CPNP student chapters or other pharmacy student organization chapters (APhA-ASP, ACCP, AMCP…)
- One individual will submit the application and serve as contact and representative for the chapter or project team.
- Grant distribution will only be made to the CPNP Student Chapter receiving the award. The student chapter is responsible for sharing proceeds of the grant, if applicable, as outlined in the grant application.
- Applicants must have a chapter advisor/mentor who will be responsible for overseeing the project.
- A verbal and written report (format to be determined) must be submitted to the CPNPF Board on or before March 1, 2022. The project will also be featured during the CPNP Annual Meeting at the CPNP Foundation booth and during the Student Programming track. Although the report fields are yet to be determined, some possible fields include:
- Background and Details-what, why, impact, audience, final budget, timeline
- Results-attendance, impact
- Future recommendations, next possible phases
- Pictures and/or video
- Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. Central Time, June 1, 2021
- Grants announced July 1, 2021
- Verbal and written reports due to the CPNPF Board on or before March 1, 2022
- Project poster to be displayed during CPNP Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX, April 24-27, 2022
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