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PPA2019 Annual Banquet and Awards Dinner

Psychopharmacology Breakfast - Prescribing Authority for Qualified Psychologists


Psychopharmacology Breakfast - Prescribing Authority for Qualified Psychologists
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Join a leader in the field of Psychopharmacology for breakfast and CE credits as PPA brings back this popular event!

 Export to Your Calendar 6/21/2019
When: Friday, June 21, 2019
7:00 am
Where: Pittsburgh Sheraton Hotel at Station Square
300 West Station Square Drive
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15219
United States
Presenter: Dr. Judi Steinman
Contact: Erin Brady

Online registration is available until: 6/21/2019
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A national movement to address the dire shortage of appropriately trained mental health care providers with the ability to prescribe psychotropic medication is underway. This presentation will address: (1) current and future training models for Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology programs, (2) the legislative efforts to pass prescriptive authority bills on local, state and nationals levels and (3) identifying underserved populations in rural and urban areas.


Dr. Judi Steinman is the President of APA's American Society for the Advancement of Pharmacotherapy (Division 55) for 2019-2020. She served as the Program Coordinator of the Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology at - of Hawaii - Hilo's Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy for seven years and continues to serve as a consultant to the program. She is the current Director for the CSPP-Alliant International University MSCP Program.


Dr. Steinman is a board member of the Big Island Substance Abuse Council and is chair of the Hawaii Psychological Association's RxP Sub-Committee and a member of the Political Action Committee board. She is actively engaged in efforts to bring prescriptive authority to qualified psychologists to Hawaii.


Dr. Steinman lives on the island of Hawaii where she is actively engaged in advocacy for mental health care access, improving education in local schools and supporting the connection between local cultural practices and science.

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