|2015 Registration Fee
Registration Fee Includes: CE credit, program, downloadable handouts, CE credits, and meals provided during the conference. (see Agenda)
Late Fee: After October 1, 2015 the late registration fee will be $425.
Pharamcists wanting CPE credit must register under the pharamcy link below.
All other professions, please use other link.
* Social Work/Counselor accreditation is for Texas licences only.
See CE Credits page for more information on all CE credits.
The Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Update is a GREEN conference. Registration fee includes electronic copies of all presentation materials. However, if you would like to have a printed copy of the handbook, you can purchase the book for $20 at the time of registration. Be sure to choose the handbook option when registering. If you missed this option, or change your mind later, know you can purchase a book here before the confernece for $20. Handbooks will be available on site for $35.
Where Do I Pick Up My Handouts Book?
You can pick up the handouts book at the check in table at the conference hotel.
Handouts Book Refund Policy
All handouts book sales are final, no refunds.
Please note: There are about 200 pages of handout materials when printing six slides per page.
Conference Registration Refund Policy
A $150 refund of the conference registration fee will be made if notification of cancellation is made to College of Pharmacy Continuing Education by October 2. Refunds will not be made for cancellations received after October 2; however, substitute registrants will be accepted. There are no refunds for the optional handouts book purchases.
Contact Us: UT Austin Continuing Pharmacy Education Office
Phone: 512-471-6213 • Fax: 512-475-9739 • Email: UTpharmacyCE@austin.utexas.edu
Last Reviewed: June 18, 2015
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