The online platform that we are using is Event Rebels. All of the education sessions, plenary sessions, exhibit hall will be found on Event Rebels.
Virtual Pharmacy Education 2021 - FAQs
Virtual Platform FAQ
You will receive an email in the days before the meeting begins that provides access to the platform. Please be aware that these messages occasionally are sent to spam, please check your spam folder before requesting your link to be resent.
All of the Zoom links to join the sessions can be found on Event Rebels under the schedule tab. To access the schedule tab, please click on “Education” in the top navigation bar. You will see the schedule option listed on the drop-down menu. To access a session, find the session you would like to view and select “attend.” When the session page launches, you will see the option to “join meeting” at the top of the page.
Sessions in Event Rebels cannot be added to Outlook, Google calendar, or iCalendar, but you are able to add sessions to your personal schedule in Event Rebels.
No! Access to Event Rebels is encrypted through the email address that you used to register for the meeting and can only be used by one individual at a time. If you share your login information with another individual who has not registered for the meeting, you will not be able to login and access the meeting at the same time.
Yes! Event Rebels will be available to attendees through October 2021. Educational sessions will be recorded and members will be able to view posted sessions through October 2021.
No. Access to Event Rebels utilizes the email address an individual used to register for the meeting and does not require you to be a member of AACP to access the meeting. If you would like to become a member of AACP, please contact LaToya Casteel.
Presenters will be able to access the platform the same way as general attendees. Presenters will receive a link sent to the email used to register for the meeting that will allow them to access the platform.
Yes, presenters must register for the conference. Presenters can register for one day only and participate on the day that they are presenting their session.
Yes, there will be several technology rehearsals scheduled throughout June and July. Presenters will be invited to attend whichever session works for their schedule. Staff will discuss accessing the platform, best practices, and answer any questions related to the platform and presenting at Virtual Pharmacy Education 2021. More information regarding these rehearsal sessions will be available in the coming months.
Yes, all normal functions of Zoom will be available to presenters. If you plan to use the polling feature, please submit your polling questions through the Cadmium CE portal no later than Monday, July 12, 2021. Polling questions sent after Monday, July 12, or not submitted through the Cadmium CE portal cannot be guaranteed to be uploaded into the Zoom session.
Yes, all sessions will be recorded and made available on Event Rebels. If you do not want your session recorded, please contact Andre Cholewinski.
General Meeting FAQ
In light of the continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as current international travel restrictions, AACP has made the decision to hold this year’s Annual Meeting, Pharmacy Education 2021, virtually, July 19–22.
To register for the meeting, visit the registration portion of AACP’s Annual Meeting website for more information. Reminder: members must be logged into the AACP website with their username and password to access the member registration rates.
Yes! AACP will offer a variety of wellness activities throughout Virtual Pharmacy Education 2021 including Meditation, Yoga, and Bollywood Dance classes. Please check back for information regarding when these sessions will take place.
There are several opportunities to network with your colleagues throughout the meeting. We will be utilizing Wonder.me during Virtual Pharmacy Education 2021, which allows attendees to network one-on-one with others or as a group to discuss pre-established or impromptu topics. For more information regarding how to use Wonder.me, please click here.
Yes, there will be several pre-sessions available to add to your registration. Please see the list of pre-sessions and registration fees below:
• Teachers Seminar, July 12-13 (Cost: $100)
• Administrative and Financial Officers SIG Session, July 12-13 (Cost: $50)
• Joseph T. DiPiro Excellence in Publishing Workshop, July 12 (Cost: $30)
• APhA Career Pathway Evaluation Program, July 16 (Cost: complimentary)
• Early Career Faculty Program, July 14 (Cost: complimentary)
Yes, AACP will offer posters in the following categories (1) School posters; (2) Research and Education posters; and (3) Trainee poster competition for viewing at Virtual Pharmacy Education 2021.
Posters will be hosted in CadmiumCD. A link to access the posters will be provided in Event Rebels under the “Posters” header on the navigation window.
There is not a dedicated time to visit the Poster Hall. We encourage you to visit the posters as your schedule allows.
The School Posters theme is “Responding to a Global Pandemic.” The School Posters subcategories include (1) Highlights of Teaching During COVID-19: Lessons Learned as we Move Forward; (2) Encouraging Student and Faculty Well-Being During a Global Pandemic; (3) Addressing Health Disparities During COVID-19; (4) Pharmacy School Engagement in Vaccine Initiatives During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
All accepted abstracts will be published in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, Volume 85, Issue 6.
Posters presented include School Posters, Research and Education Abstracts and Trainee Abstracts from AACP’s nine Sections (Administrative Services, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Continuing Professional Education, Experiential Education, Library and Information Science, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacy Practice and Social and Administrative Sciences), New Investigator Award recipients, Innovations in Teaching Award recipients and Excellence in Assessment Award recipients.
Continuing Education FAQ
Select educational programs delivered during Virtual Pharmacy Education 2021 are eligible for continuing pharmacy education credit. Meeting attendees will have up to 45 days following Virtual Pharmacy Education 2021 to complete the required components for the live CE activities. Registrants may obtain home study CE credit for select pre-recorded sessions released during the meeting. Home study CE activities will expire three months following the meeting.
AACP is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
In order to obtain live CPE credit, registrants must attend the live educational sessions delivered via Zoom on the Event Rebels platform and complete the CE session evaluations via the online AACP Continuing Education Administration software program, Learning Express CE (LECE).
With the Access Code provided at the conclusion of each CE session, attendees must complete the activity evaluation for each session they are requesting continuing education credit. CPE credit information will be electronically transmitted to CPE Monitor. Pharmacists should log in to their NABP e-profile to access information about their completed CPE and to print a valid statement of credit if needed. The deadline to complete the CE activity evaluations for live CPE credit is Sunday, September 5, 2021.
How do I obtain continuing education credit for pre-recorded CE sessions?
Meeting registrants must view the pre-recorded presentations on the Event Rebels platform and complete the post-assessment and evaluation via Learning Express CE. A passing score of 75% is required to obtain CPE credit. Registrants will need the access code provided in the presentation recording to complete the activity evaluations. All pre-recorded home study CPE activities will expire three months following the meeting on January 22, 2022. CPE credit information will be electronically transmitted to CPE Monitor upon the successful completion of the post-assessment and evaluation. Pharmacists should log in to their NABP e-profile to access information about their completed CPE and to print a valid statement of credit if needed.
Note: It is imperative that pharmacist attendees’ NABP e-Profile ID and birthdate (in MM/DD format) are correctly entered into their LECE profile and correspond with their NABP record. Failure to ensure this information is identical in both programs will jeopardize their earning CPE credits.
If you have questions regarding CE before or after the meeting, please contact Dorothy Novilus, associate director of continuing professional development, at 703-739-2330 ext. 1027.
To participate in the CE sessions, registered attendees must have a fast and stable internet connection, a modern browser such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge, speakers/headphones for audio capability, and Adobe Reader to open select PDF files.