The CPNP Foundation provided Defining the Future research grants to five researchers in 2020. All five grant recipients had abstracts accepted for the CPNP 2021 Annual Meeting and presented their posters during live poster sessions. Enjoy reviewing the researchers' posters, and congratulations to all!
Madilyn Eberle, Pharmacy Student, Purdue University College of Pharmacy: "Assessing the Need for Gender Diverse Education Amongst Practicing Community Pharmacists "
Zach Krauss, Pharmacy Student, Cedarville University School of Pharmacy: "Analyzing the Effect Art Therapy Interventions and Wellness Programs Have on Graduate Pharmacy Students’ Mental Health "
Anthony Reeves, PharmD, Pharmacotherapy Fellow, Larkin University, College of Pharmacy: "Psychiatric Drug-nutrient Interactions of Vitamin D: A Retrospective Study "
Aaron Salwan, PharmD, MPH, PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Resident, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey Monmouth Medical Center: "Perceptions and Efficacy of Brexanolone for the Treatment of Postpartum Depression: A Mixed Methods Analysis "
Andreea Temelie, PharmD, PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Resident, UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital: "Deprescribing in Older Adults during Inpatient Psychiatric Hospitalization: Impact of Pharmacist Intervention and Interprofessional Collaboration "
Each year, the CPNP Foundation also presents the CPNP Foundation Strategic Goals Award, selected by the Awards and Abstracts Council based on live-presented platform presentations. Congratulations to this year's award winner, Rajkumar J. Sevak, PhD, RPh, Assistant Professor, University of the Pacific, TJ Long School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Stockton, CA, whose research was titled: Impact of a Neuropsychiatric Therapeutics Course and a Subsequent Case-Based Course on Mental Health.