NCPS Events

9/26/2019 - 9/26/2019

This event offers CME!

This webinar will address the history of mental health, public figures and the media, starting with George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. The discussion will examine the developmental history of Barry Goldwater, the situations that led to the Fact magazine scandal, the litigation that followed, the Goldwater Rule and what AMA, FSMB, and the expectations about professional conduct in the media that other mental health professional organizations have set forth. The lecture ends with how mental health professionals should interface with the media.

*CME Event
(must be attended live by registered attendee for duration of webinar to obtain CME)

9/26/2019 - 9/26/2019

Guest speaker Paul Yang, MD, on “Applying mindfulness in psychiatric practice: experiences in working with Asian patients.”

10/2/2019 - 10/2/2019

Please plan to join NCPS at this year's Annual Membership Meeting. This is a FREE member only FAMILY FRIENDLY event.

10/27/2019 - 10/27/2019

This event offers CME!

2019 Fall conference: Advances in Psychopharmacology and Interventional Psychiatry

11/21/2019 - 11/21/2019

This event offers CME!

The prevalence of firearms in our communities and the role they play in mass casualties, suicide, and domestic violence has received increased attention in Congress, the California Legislature, and across the country in recent months. This webinar will provide an overview of the role mental health professionals can play in promoting safety around potential gun violence, including screening approaches and what to be aware of in working with clients/patients who may be at risk; materials and information that can be offered; and legal remedies and issues relevant to professionals, such as the Gun Violence Restraining Order, Welfare and Institutions Code section 5150, and confidentiality.

*CME Event
(must be attended live by registered attendee for duration of webinar to obtain CME)

Mission

To advance the quality and effectiveness of psychiatric care through advocacy, professional education and camaraderie.

 

 

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