Hosting a Webinar

Please follow our procedures and guidelines for requesting a webinar. This webinar form should be completed in its entirety for all webinar requests. Once received AACP staff will contact the requester, moderator, and presenter(s) with additional information regarding the requested webinar. 

For questions on requesting webinars and other information please contact Matt Cipriani, Knowledge Management & Member Engagement Manager.

Webinars hosted in the past months may be viewed on AACP Connect. To access archived webinars please contact Matt Cipriani. You must specify the title and date of the webinar recording you would like to access. Upcoming webinars are listed below.

Continuing Education (CE) Webinars

AACPs Continuing Education (CE) Webinar Series allows participants to earn CE credit by attending the live or recorded webinars, the first time this benefit has been made available as part of AACP's suite of webinar programming.

Upcoming

December 19, 2019
The first half of this webinar is intended to provide an overview of how to incorporate cessation strategies and counseling tools in a busy setting. The second half will describe components of e-cigarettes and current safety and efficacy
January 16, 2020
This webinar will discuss the development and implementation of modern and novel instruction modalities to teach inpatient pharmacist skills as well as the use of technology to facilitate such instruction.
January 23, 2020
In this webinar, three faculty give examples of how geriatric specific topics can be implemented into existing skills labs and OSCE events.
February 3, 2020
This webinar will serve as a resource for graduate students (MS/PhD) and new faculty in the pharmaceutical sciences to learn about how to establish and maintain a good mentee-mentor relationship.
February 17, 2020
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.
February 19, 2020
This webinar will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of student teaching evaluations and how these evaluations can be used for faculty development, course quality improvement, and curriculum review despite their weaknesses.
February 26, 2020
Presenters from three institutions will discuss examples of how they utilize simulation to enhance self-care and nonprescription medicine education in their programs.
April 7, 2020
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.