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Thanks to all who attended 2020 NEI Max and all the positive feedback!

We hope to see you in person at 2021 NEI Congress in Colorado Springs, CO. More details about our fall meeting will be released in the coming weeks, stay tuned!

2020 NEI Max! and the pre-meetings go fully virtual

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and to ensure the safety of everyone involved, NEI Max! will go on as a fully virtual meeting.

As you have come to expect from NEI’s live meetings, our virtual Max! will be filled with the quality education, experts, creativity, and fun that you have consistently experienced for the past 16+ years from NEI!

The virtual experience includes the already scheduled general sessions and posters with video presentations. You will also be able to visit the exhibit hall and communicate with representatives from each booth. There will be many opportunities for engagement and interaction.

Join us (virtually) to experience all that NEI Max! and the pre-meetings have to offer and prepare yourself for clinical challenges—from identifying prodromal risk factors to managing severely treatment-resistant patients—by enriching your psychopharmacology knowledge.

Experience these educational offerings virtually!

nei Forensic Psychiatry Academy
nei Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Academy
nei Pre-Conference Workshop: Is Cannabis a Friend or Foe? The Devil Is in the Details
nei NEI Max!—covering the latest in mental health

Each meeting requires a separate registration / fee.

2020 Max On-Demand
For 2020 Max! registrants only

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About NEI Max!
Given the unique circumstances this year, we decided to create one “super meeting”—NEI Max!—a combination of our spring (NEI Synapse) and fall (NEI Congress) meetings. Join us virtually for the most exciting and long-awaited psychopharmacology update of 2020. With two educational sessions taking place at a time, attendees will be able to create their own learning adventure.

All health care professionals are welcome to join!
Our content is specially developed for prescribers who treat patients with mental illness. We encourage anyone interested in psychopharmacology (psychiatrists, primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, and pharmacists) to join us for this advanced study.