Help shape NJPA policy on matters affecting psychiatric practice, develop your speaking career, enhance your CV with your credentials as an approved NJPA Expert Advisor and/or Presenter, and build your professional network as you work with NJPA leaders. As a member, you may apply to be accepted as a subject matter expert and/or presenter. If you are approved as a subject matter expert you may be called upon to provide written positions to the NJPA Board of Trustees or Councils. If you are an approved Presenter, you will be considered for NJPA speaking engagements that arise in your areas of expertise.
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