You are invited to join us for the Montana Psychiatry Conference!
This is the premier educational conference for all Montana psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and psychiatric physician assistants. The Montana Psychiatry Conference addresses some of the most challenging issues faced by Montana psychiatrists and advanced practitioners.
All psychiatric providers are encouraged to consider this meeting a 'must-attend' event. It is entirely focused on supporting you as a provider in a way that will benefit all your patients. It is our hope that you will add valuable information to your knowledge base as we all work together to provide exceptional care to our communities.
The Montana Psychiatry Conference offers fellowship, recreation, and education to Montana’s psychiatric community in a beautiful, legendary location, Chico Hot Springs Resort.
It is our hope that you will have meaningful opportunities to connect with others, relax and recharge your batteries and add valuable information to your knowledge base as we all work together to provide exceptional care to our communities.
The final day to register for the in person conference is 10/20/21. Click on the registration link for more information.
While vaccines continue to be distributed and the war on COVID-19 presses on, we are aware that some individuals will not be ready to participate in person this year. Therefore, we are offering a live webinar option for the 2021 MPC. Registration gives attendees live viewing privilege as well as the ability to participate in the Q & A sessions and submit a conference evaluation form. CME credit will apply.
The final day to register for the live webinar is 11/11/21. Click on the registration link for more information.
Our conference speakers are experts in the field and will help you add knowledge which is relevant to your practice.
Check out the fantastic speakers we have coming to the 2021 MPC!
The Montana Psychiatric Association is affiliated with the University of Washington School of Medicine. The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Dr. Len Lantz, Conference Chair, personally and respectfully requests all attendees who wish to join the conference in-person this year to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. If you have not received the vaccine, please consider participating via live webinar.
There are currently no restrictions on how many in person attendees we will be able to have at the 2021 MPC. Should this change because of the pandemic, we will update our website and address the issues quickly.
Since 1979, the Montana Psychiatric Association (MPA) has served as the voice of psychiatrists across the state. The MPA is an independent organization which is recognized by and has representation in the American Psychiatric Association. The MPA's first priority is meeting the needs of its members and Montana's overall psychiatric workforce.
The Montana Association of Pediatric Psychiatrists (MAPP) is the additional name of the Big Sky Regional Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, which is the professional organization of child and adolescent psychiatrists in Montana.
The purpose of MAPP is to assist its members in pursuing professional development, utilizing evidenced-based practices, organizing mentorship opportunities & developing regional standards of care.
MAPP is an independent Regional Organization of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ROCAP), which has representation in and is recognized by AACAP.
Montana State Fund
Shodair Children's Hospital
Big Sky Psychiatry
Center for Mental Health
Montana Psychiatry & Brain Health Center
St. Peter's Health
Montana Healthcare Foundation
Montana Health CO-OP
Otsuka America Pharmaceutical
PacificSource Health Plans