Annual Meeting & Scientific Session
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Annual Meeting & Scientific Session

October 1-4, 2020 │Renaissance Asheville Hotel, Asheville, NC 

COVID-19 Update: As of now, plans are continuing to hold the Annual Meeting in Asheville this October. NCPA is closely monitoring the pandemic and will make the most appropriate decision to protect the health and safety of all attendees.

The 2020 NCPA Annual Meeting & Scientific Session will take place Thursday, October 1 to Sunday, October 4 in Asheville, NC. Early-bird registration is available through July 31. Click here to register now.

The daily schedule and list of sessions will be announced soon. The 2020 Program Committee is working to create a speaker lineup that builds upon NCPA's tradition of inviting nationally-known experts to provide the most up-to-date reports on the timeliest topics in psychiatric medicine and mental health care.  

 
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Hotel Information

Renaissance Asheville Hotel

The Renaissance Asheville Hotel is now taking reservations for the 2020 NCPA Annual Meeting. The last day to make reservations in our discounted room block is August 28, but the block is expected to fill up before that cutoff date. So please make your reservation sooner than later!

Renaissance Asheville Hotel
31 Woodfin St
Asheville, NC 28801

Reserve Your Room Online >>

Single/Double: $209.00 per night

 
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Sponsor a Resident!

Every year as a way to support training and education, the Psychiatric Foundation of North Carolina generously pays the registration fees for psychiatric residents to attend the Annual Meeting & Scientific Session. If you would like to provide support for a resident attending the Annual Meeting, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Psychiatric Foundation of North Carolina. 

From the Residents...
“I was able to attend the NCPA annual meeting in Asheville due to the generosity of those who donated to The Foundation. During this meeting I was able to learn best clinical practices, present my research in the resident poster session, and meet other psychiatrists from around the state. Thank you for this opportunity and to the NCPA members who have made this possible. ” – Megan Pruette, M.D., PGY-4, VA Chief Resident, Duke University Health System

Click here to Sponsor a Resident by making a tax-deductible donation