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This webinar will explain the multidisciplinary nature of medicinal chemistry in an industry setting. Soft skills that graduate students should possess upon seeking employment will also be discussed.
This session will compare two Big Ten Schools’ approaches and experiences with remote remediation. The goal is to stimulate good discussion and to share best practices.
This webinar will be focused on describing how both medical and recreational use of cannabis has increased. It will provide information on the medicinal chemistry, pharmacological, and therapeutic application of cannabis for many
Speakers will share details about their co-curricular programs, highlight creative changes implemented during the pandemic, and describe which, if any, of those changes they will keep going forward.
In this webinar, leaders for overdose prevention outreach initiatives targeting these special populations will describe their programs and share lessons learned for academic pharmacists.
The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education accepts a wide range of manuscripts for publication. This webinar will describe manuscript formats and formatting for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) projects. The best practices
This program will discuss possible approaches to expand your research network as well as the potential rewards, challenges, and best practices in interprofessional research collaborations.
This interdisciplinary webinar will focus on the importance of supporting students with children or other family responsibilities and describe strategies to coordinate and support and the legal obligations of the program in offering a
The main purpose of this program is to examine innovative pedagogy for teaching in-person and remotely. The presenters will share effective strategies for designing, implementing, and assessing student-centered instruction. In addition, the
Much of our daily activity is online and this has never been truer as COVID 19 has catapulted us all into engaging virtually. For those looking to enhance their careers and create professional relationships, learning more about how to
This session focuses on strategies to identify key anatomical parts and functions of the brain that play a significant role in how we function and organize (pre-frontal cortex), manage stress and emotional regulation (amygdala), develop
Join us for this informative webinar where we answer your questions on all things ALFP! Attendees will learn about ALFP from the following perspectives: fellow, program alumni, dean mentor, and leadership facilitator. 
This webinar will introduce the book "Start Here: Master the Lifelong Habit of Wellbeing", and will discuss that by being engaged in certain practices, we can positively impact mental health and wellbeing. The webinar will focus on three
Feel like you are teaching in a silo and your student pharmacists can’t see how social and administrative sciences (SAS) content connects to patient care?
Leadership in Enrollment Management 2021 Admissions Workshop

Colleges and schools of pharmacy must foster strategic leadership at all levels of enrollment management to effectively respond to increasingly competitive and uncertain

This dynamic webinar will explore the science and real-world applicability of simultaneous multidrug analysis to minimize the risk of adverse drug events and improve quality of care.
The virtual INterim Meeting – INclusion 2021 – will feature speakers and programming that focus on the critical issues you and your peers are facing during these challenging times.
Three practice/science collaborative research groups will share their journey as a research entity, as well as tips for attendees in creating research and scholarship collaborations between pharmacists and scientists.
This session aims to provide an overview on the current role of pharmacy in delivering contraception services and advocacy efforts to improve public access.
This webinar will provide an overview of the challenges, barriers, and strategies used to support students through the online learning experience.
The webinar will feature the 2018-2019 New Investigator Award (NIA) recipients Drs. Sherif Elshahawi and Aurijit Sarkar.
This webinar will explore these hidden facets of diversity within our academic organizations, discuss the impact these have within our academic communities, and identify potential avenues to better support these towards greater belonging.
Part Three of the International Webinar Series. This webinar will highlight local and global/international examples of activities and assessment related to the Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Education (CAPE) 2013 Outcomes.
This webinar will allow for the sharing of ideas, explore paths taken and highlight future areas of focus for geriatrics research.
This webinar will provide an overview of the AACP Financial Survey, guidance for completing the survey, and the opportunity for institutions to ask questions regarding the completion of survey items.
The goal of this session is to describe the different expectations in scholarship and teaching for these two types of institutions, and share examples of ways to effectively target their applications for each type of institution to help
Quality teaching initiatives are rooted in scholarly approaches to teaching and learning, including sound instructional design. Well-designed teaching approaches can be easily transitioned into processes that describe the teaching theory
In this panel discussion, three ExamSoft power users will answer your questions about how to take advantage of the advanced features of ExamSoft.  Submit your questions when you register for the panelist to answer.
To be consistently productive and manage stress better, we must strengthen our skill in attention management. The practice of controlling distractions, being present in the moment, finding flow and maximizing focus. Rather than allowing
This webinar will describe how telehealth activities were implemented at two schools of pharmacy and discuss how faculty can implement similar activities at their institutions.
This webinar will present an evidence-based approach to building a program that is intentional and steps students through each of the aspects for a long term impact.
Expert speakers will provide guidance and strategy recommendations to attendees related to activities that advance diversity, equity and inclusion throughout our Association. This includes consideration of the steps AACP should take in
How do we measure professionalism and collegiality in our work environment? Literature demonstrates 79% academics have experienced incivility in higher education (Cipriano).
This webinar will provide practical, actionable strategies for supporting individuals with mental health concerns. Programming to support pharmacy students' overall wellness will also be discussed. 
Part Two of the International Webinar Series. The main purpose of this webinar is to examine effective strategies for building successful global partnerships for pharmacy education.
In this webinar, two pharmacist /genetic counselor pairs will provide an overview of their collaborative pharmacogenomics clinic and patient care models, including their roles, lessons learned, and best practices.
This webinar session will explore ideas on how to develop and implement successful interprofessional education opportunities for students that emphasize geriatric topics and/or include geriatric patients.
Certain patient populations have been hit especially hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Come listen to and ask questions of pharmacists working to minimize the impact of COVID-19 on under-represented patients.
This webinar is designed to equip faculty with engaging, enjoyable, and easy-to-implement ways to promote student well-being. Faculty from 3 schools will describe how these different well-being initiatives can be implemented into both
Join your colleagues virtually to network and develop new ways to support community pharmacy practice transformation at the Remote AACP/ACT Workshop, Nov. 12–13. This first-of-its-kind workshop will use a highly-interactive online format
Part One of the International Webinar Series. This session will describe two examples of how the transition to the PharmD degree is occurring, one for students beginning their pharmacy education and another for mid-career pharmacists.
The webinar will focus on the CPD model and how it can be used by new practitioners (within 10 years of graduation) to support personal and professional development.
COVID-19 has impacted the landscape of higher education in unprecedented ways. It has forced pharmacy educators to reconsider long standing traditions in and out of the classroom, made us rethink the student experience, and reinvent
CPE Activity Announcement

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
1:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m. ET
Universal Activity Number (UAN): 0581-0000-20-140-L04-P / 0581-0000-20-140-H04-P

Instructions for Claiming CPE Credit for Recorded Webinar:

Please go to

This session will include faculty from four Colleges/Schools of Pharmacy sharing experiences with CDC-sponsored grants to develop innovative strategies to address diabetes, heart disease and stroke prevention/management.
Tallo is an online platform with one goal: connect talent with opportunities. Students use our app to build digital profiles and figure out the next step that’s right for them. Colleges and universities use Tallo to find the talent they
Due to the evolving circumstances surrounding COVID-19, AACP has decided to cancel the 2020 Fall Institute. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to providing you with valuable learning opportunities focused on experiential
Three speakers will describe their co-curricular programs, and their experience with accreditation site visits under Standards 2016.
The webinar is intended to provide an overview of the epidemiology, recommendations and considerations with electronic cigarette products. In addition, the webinar will describe guidance and an approach to treating the use of ENDS products
The webinar is aimed at Pharmacy educators interested in learning how to incorporate AR content within their lecture materials with a focus on the teaching of Medicinal Chemistry.
This webinar will discuss current approaches pertaining to improving a faculty’s curricular assessment skills.  Demonstrate how Enflux dashboards can be used to engage faculty in their own self-paced, self-directed improvement of curricular
This webinar will highlight ACPE compliance considerations, review insights for virtual APPE education delivery, and provide takeaways to consider when integrating virtual APPE education into your Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program. 
This webinar will discuss why assessing student self-awareness is important. It will also provide examples of how to assess and grow a student's self-awareness starting with admissions through graduation.
Join this AJPE-hosted webinar to learn how to become an effective reviewer for the Journal by critically reviewing manuscripts and providing high-quality comments back to the authors and editors.
If you missed Virtual Pharmacy Education 2020, don’t worry—you can still purchase access to all meeting content for only $199. Watch more than 150 session recordings, explore over 400 posters and learn from peer discussions that emerged
In this webinar, speakers from various institutions will discuss how they integrate an established student leadership development program within their curriculum, with a focus on longitudinal integration.
Past Webinar

Members may view the webinar on AACP Connect.

Recording Slides 

Hosted by the Assessment SIG. 

The escalating coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic rapidly pushed traditional face-to-face

During the session, participants will identify next steps in their CPD journey with an intent toward engagement in an ongoing learning community.
Community-Based Pharmacy Practice, like other areas of health care, is responding to emerging needs to ensure its current and future role in inpatient care.
Revolutionize how your pharmacy school makes decisions and initiates data-driven actions to achieve student success. Learn how Enflux’s powerful decision-support platform can consolidate and analyze your siloed data in real time for hassle
This webinar will present innovative ways to incorporate pediatric pharmacy education into all aspects of the curriculum.
The 19th AACP NMA Conference is an opportunity for pharmacy faculty to engage and collaborate in the self-care and non-prescription medicine arena. Programming integrates current trends and scholarly activities in self-care relevant to
Join us via webinar for a highly interactive discussion with a panel of clinician educators to discuss ways to maintain consistent, high-quality care provision for patients across socioeconomic, age, and health spectra. 
This webinar will focus on the need to shift from a focus of professionalism to that of professional identity formation (PIF) within pharmacy education.
Join EMS and Dr. Stephen Duffull, Associate Dean, Research and Post Graduate, School of Pharmacy, University of Otago for this live interprofessional (IPE) virtual training event.
This webinar will discuss specifications grading in a laboratory course, assessment of APPE readiness skills and remediation techniques for benchmark assessments.
Empathetic leadership can produce a deeper and more sustainable impact on those you lead, your organization and your career. This webinar will discuss the development and use of a special ingredient to lead others. 
Presenters from three institutions will discuss examples of how they have applied the PPCP to self-care in their own classrooms. 
This webinar will provide a foundational overview of patient confidentiality including how it differs from privacy and its connection to the pharmacist code of ethics.
This webinar will discuss some various scenarios that might occur during one’s leadership and will provide a collection of mindsets and habits, use of strengths, and behaviors that can be used to become authentic leaders during the
This webinar will discuss how to efficiently incorporate student and resident learners into all aspects of the academic triad, with a focus on scholarly activity.
In this webinar, speakers will present desired leadership skills that help advance individuals in their careers. The overall objective of this webinar is to introduce leadership elements that can be incorporated into existing student
During this program, we will explore the stresses of transitioning from classroom learning to experiential learning and share interventions/tools by examining the expectations, perceptions and situational stresses than can arise in IPPEs
Past Webinar

Members may view the webinar on AACP Connect.

Recording Slides  A Telehealth-Based Interprofessional Education Program

Providing interprofessional education (IPE) during the unprecedented times of Covid19

During this webinar we will talk about the utilization of realistic optimism, investigate 5 decades of optimism research, and show the power of different mindsets through a case study considering the impact of approaching a situation as an
This webinar will focus on how to prepare and incorporate students into interprofessional practice models and how this relates to intentional interprofessional experiential education.
Members of the Public Health SIG will discuss the process of developing, and the benefits associated with, a case-based open educational resource (OER) to create an interactive learning environment for pharmacy students.
This webinar will introduce participants to the many aspects of the PharmGKB website and offer insights into how these resources may be leveraged to advance pharmacogenomics education.

The Pharmacy Workforce Center (PWC) Board of Directors are pleased to invite you to attend the webinar presentation Findings from the 2019 National Pharmacist Workforce Survey. Originally scheduled to be presented at the APhA 2020

This webinar is intended to provide faculty/administrators with resources and ideas to consider for incorporation into the curriculum the caring for pediatric patients in the community pharmacy setting.
Stuck getting your first grant or unsure of how to develop a continuous line of funding. The goal of this session is to share examples and best practices to obtain viable streams of funding for early- and mid-career faculty.
This webinar will discuss various aspects of skills lab coordination. This includes the role of the coordinator and facilitators, aligning labs with concurrent courses, examples of how specific labs operate, and methods to standardize
This webinar will stimulate discussion on issues and trends impacting the pharmacist workforce and identify how AACP and colleges/schools of pharmacy can accelerate change in the profession to improve medication use and permit pharmacists
AACP has modified its PharmCAS conduct review process to assist member institutions in making independent decisions on every applicant. The webinar will describe the rationale behind the decision to modify the process and the potential
In an effort to identify best practices, the presenters will explore remediation in pharmacy education and discuss their schools’ remediation programs.
The goal of this session is to share examples of innovative ways to incorporate SDOH into course work and discuss curricular assessment of these concepts.
Webinar attendees will learn about two different pharmacy practices providing medication-assisted treatment including a family medicine residency training clinic and in the treatment environment (opioid withdrawal unit, opioid treatment
This session will examine how to conduct the nominations process to attract a large pool of potential candidates as well as best practice considerations when slating a ballot. Current Nominating Committee Chairs and members are strongly
A patient case with the conventional content will be presented, a treatment plan will be proposed based on the available information, then using a step wise approach, cultural and contextual elements (historical, social determinants, etc.)
Presenters from three institutions will discuss examples of how they utilize simulation to enhance self-care and nonprescription medicine education in their programs.
During this session, one college’s journey to improve faculty engagement and wellness will be shared. The webinar will discuss wellness in pharmacy through a faculty lens and input on wellness initiatives from participants will be
Programming at INsight 2020 focuses on critical issues you and your peers are facing now and in the future, including: Leading change in a change-adverse environment; Accelerating transformation in pharmacy practice; Identifying the impact
The Fall Institute focuses on institutions intending to develop or enhance programs for faculty and administrator leadership development. This effort coincides with the work of AACP leadership to enhance leadership development programs
Connect with colleagues in Chicago for Pharmacy Education 2019, and explore the role of pharmacy and pharmacy education in today’s challenging healthcare landscape. The AACP Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of academic pharmacy
The Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process was developed after the CAPE 2013 Outcomes, the EPAs for New Pharmacy Graduates operationalize the CAPE 2013 Outcomes into discrete tasks that can be measured.
Spring 2019 Institute: Strategies to Promote a Culture of Well-being among Students, Faculty and Staff.
EPAs for new pharmacy graduates were developed by the 2016 and 2017 AACP Academic Affairs Standing Committees. The EPAs have six domains and associated core statements.
Pharmacists' Patient Care Process (PPCP) process was developed in 2014 using a consensus-based approach led by national pharmacy associations working under the direction of the Joint Commission of Pharmacy Practitioners (JJCP).
The fourth iteration of the CAPE Outcomes was developed in 2013 by an advisory panel composed of educators and practitioners nominated for participation by practitioner organizations. These outcomes include 4 broad domains, 15 subdomains
Join Your Colleagues at INvolve 2019, the AACP Interim Meeting, in Tampa! Insightful speakers, dynamic microsessions and enlightening peer discussions will involve current and future leaders during four days of collaboration and hands-on

The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy is honored to host the 2019 National Conference of Pharmaceutical Organizations (NCPO) in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. The conference will provide a forum for NCPO members to discuss the

Student Affairs: Strategies to Promote a Culture of Well-being among Students and Faculty. Stress, anxiety and tragedy are disruptive to student learning. Colleges and schools of pharmacy should provide mindful programs to support an
Join your colleagues in Boston for Pharmacy Education 2018 and hear from experts in education, science, leadership and success at work. Discover opportunities for pharmacy and pharmacy educators to engage with new audiences, including other
Reaching New Heights in Experiential Education. Registration is open through Friday, April 13! The 2018 Spring Institute focuses on four areas related to Experiential Education.

Insightful speakers, dynamic microsessions and enlightening peer discussions will invigorate current and future leaders during four days of collaboration and hands-on learning.  Attendees will return to their schools with new strategies to

At the 2017 Fall Institute participants will address educational challenges through Educational Scholarship and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL). Faculty will be guided through the foundations of education research and

Leading effective teams is a critical skill to have at any level in your career.

Leading teams toward great performance can be achieved by applying a set of guiding principles to each unique group situation, such as pedagogical teams in

The 2017 AACP Annual Meeting will be bigger and better than ever. We’ll explore the current healthcare environment and anticipated changes; the emphasis on patient care and counseling; and the growing recognition of pharmacists as important

2017 Spring Institute Developing a Culture of Sustainable Assessment

The 2016 ACPE Standards set basic guidelines for what is needed in an assessment plan for Pharm.D. programs. However, developing a sustainable culture of assessment

We’re doing more than changing the name of this important meeting: We’re changing the direction, to focus on leadership strategies for a wider audience. Every year we’ll bring important discussions and practical recommendations to enhance

Now's your second chance to attend the Holistic Admissions Institute, rescheduled from fall 2016, to discuss holistic review in pharmacy admissions and assessment of admissions practices. Teams of 3–5 individuals will have the opportunity