The mission of AACP is to advance pharmacy education, research, scholarship, practice and service, in partnership with members and stakeholders, to improve health for all.
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Relive the memories from #PharmEd17 by viewing photos from our official meeting photographer, EPNAC.
Thanks to the generous support from Annual Meeting attendees, Pencil raised nearly $1,000 to help Nashville teachers stock their classrooms with healthcare-related items. You can still make a donation over the next week by visiting https://www.pencilforschools.org/aacp. Mark your calendar for July 21-25 for the 2018 AACP Annual Meeting in Boston!
The 2017 Annual Report explores member engagement, the implementation of strategic plan priorities and more. Learn about enhanced member programs, interprofessional education and advances in pharmacy education and research—in an easy-to-read format, with simple navigation.
Senior Director of Academic Affairs Cecilia M. Plaza, Pharm.D., Ph.D., has been selected as an ASAE Diversity Executive Leadership Program (DELP) Scholar for 2017-2019. Plaza is the first pharmacist to participate in the program. DELP is a two-year program that supports 12 individuals from under-represented identity groups to advance into the ranks of leadership in the association management profession. Read more.
Leaders at any level can benefit from attending this final leadership workshop, Aug. 24-25 at the Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont, Calif., focusing on adaptive leadership and mobilizing individuals to tackle tough problems and thrive in a challenging environment. Expert facilitators, dynamic presentations, group discussions and personal reflection create an ideal format for immediate application and feedback.
Members can access new data on applications to first professional degree programs and more in the Fall 2016 Profile of Pharmacy Students publication; now available in digital formats or for hard-copy purchase.
In a rebuttal to a viewpoint published in Drug Topics, Dr. Lucinda L. Maine provides a clear explanation of the scope and focus of contemporary pharmacy education. She reminds the author and readers that the current Pharm.D. curriculum does more than just create medication use experts—it addresses cultural competence and patient-centeredness and affords today’s pharmacists opportunities to consider patients holistically.