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Barbara G. Wells, PharmD. FASHP, FCCP
The CPNP Foundation has established a new Bequest Program, and we invite you to consider including the CPNP Foundation when planning your estate. These gifts secure the future of the Foundation and its mission to help meet the needs of individuals living with neuropsychiatric disorders, their families, and health professionals in general practice settings to further evidence-based treatment. Making a bequest is a simple process. A few sentences in your will or living trust make the gift complete, and until your will or trust goes into effect, you can easily alter your plans. Additionally, in some cases, depending on the nature and structure of the gift, tax advantages may be achieved. Read more.
The CPNP Foundation will once again be visible during CPNP’s Annual Meeting recognizing the generous support of our donors, sponsoring the NAMI Walk, and supporting students and residents through various grants. Read more.
CPNP Foundation enjoys recognizing donors who exemplify the values of the Foundation through their dedication to evidence-based care, commitment to meeting the needs of patients living with psychiatric and neurologic disorders and their families, and through their sustained support. In this issue of Kaleidoscope, we feature Dr. Joan (Joni) Fowler. The CPNP Foundation Board of Directors sincerely thanks Dr. Fowler for her ongoing commitment to the Foundation’s mission. Read more.
Matthew Fuller, PharmD, FASHP, BCPP
CPNP Foundation President
The CPNP Foundation Board of Directors has elected four individuals to serve three-year terms on the Foundation Board. The new Board members are Drs. Sarah E. Grady, Rex S. Lott, Gene H. Makela, and Carol A. Ott. Read more.
CPNP Foundation wishes to thank its generous donors for 2015. Log into the CPNP Foundation website to join the ranks as a CPNP Foundation Donor.Read more.