The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy will be hosting the 27th Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Update in October 2015 in Austin, Texas. Over 280 pharmacists, physicians, advance practice nurses, psychologists, and social workers from all around Texas and the region will gather to learn and discuss the most current information in treating patients with psychiatric disorders. We invite you to become an exhibitor or sponsor to help add value to the overall learning experience of our participants.
Participation as an exhibitor carries an exhibitor fee of $2,500.00. Exhibition space is located immediately outside the conference room in an intimate pre-function area that is conducive to visiting with participants. Participants will visit exhibitors during breaks and lunches over the two-day period. The exhibition fee also includes one conference registration. We are also pleased to provide exhibitor recognition in our printed materials, opening slide presentation, and special recognition throughout the event. For an additional $500 fee, exhibitors may have information about their organization and awareness of their presence sent to attendees one week prior to the conference via one email. This email may be customized to specific professional or home location groups of attendees if desired.
At the sponsorship level ($1500.00), benefits include sponsor recognition in our printed materials, opening slide presentation, and special recognition throughout the event.
Space for exhibitors is limited, so if you are interested we ask that you please contact us as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you.
Downloadable Sponsor Packet coming soon
The UT College of Pharmacy would like thank the following companies and organizations for their grant support:
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