Kaleidoscope Quarterly Newsletter

August 2019 Kaleidoscope Newsletter

  • President's Letter: Year-end Campaign Kick-off
  • CPNP Foundation to Provide Twenty-Five Student Grants for CPNP 2020
  • Upcoming Deadline for Defining the Future Grant
  • Shop with AmazonSmile to Support the CPNP Foundation
  • CPNP Foundation to Support Mental Health First Aid at CPNP 2020
  • Legacy Gifts Define Your Life and Display Your Values
  • Donor Spotlight: Joshua Holland, PharmD, BCPP

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Press Releases

Student Registration and Travel Grant Recipients Announced

Thanks to the generous support of the CPNP Foundation, CPNP Past Presidents’ Destiny Fund, and CPNP members, twenty (20) students are receiving complimentary registrations and a $285 travel grant to be used toward their attendance at CPNP 2019. These twenty students were selected by the CPNP Student Committee based on the merits of their applications.

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College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists Foundation Announces 2018 Defining the Future Grant Recipients

The CPNP Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the third annual Defining the Future Research Grant Awards. With nearly double the amount of applications from 2017, the CPNP Foundation was incredibly encouraged by all of the people who are working to improve the lives of people living with mental disorders and their caregivers. Thank you to everyone who applied and is doing this important research! 

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Stigma Study Results Published: Community pharmacists and mental illness: a survey of service provision, stigma, attitudes and beliefs

The results of a CPNP Foundation-sponsored study about stigma and community pharmacists have been published in the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy. The paper, Community pharmacists and mental illness: a survey of service provision, stigma, attitudes and beliefs, is the culmination of a research project between the Foundation and collaborators at Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy.

The full paper can be read online at https://rdcu.be/Sx5r

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