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. AACP does not hold webinars in the month of July due to Annual Meeting. 

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

Webinar recordings and slides hosted in the past months may be viewed on AACP ConnectInformation for past webinars can be found in the Past Webinars page. To access archived webinars prior to 2018 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

AACP offers a variety of Continuing Education webinars. Members can attend live CE webinars or view recorded CE webinars, and then claim the corresponding CE credit by following the instructions provided. Non-members, for a fee, may view/claim credit for past webinars on Learning Express. Direct links for both members/non-members, as well as webinar-specific information and instructions, can be found on their respective event pages.

AACP has broadened its CE Webinar Program to include submissions from Council, Section, and SIG members. Individuals should work with the webinar committee or chair of their governance group on topic and program development. The submission portal is open and can be completed by simply selected "Continuing Education" under "Type of Webinar."  Members can earn 0.1 CEU per 60-minute webinar.

Please contact Tom Maggio, AACP's Public Affairs and Engagement Manager with any questions related to CE Webinars.

Upcoming

January 25, 2022
Part One of the free International Webinar Series. This webinar will highlight a global education partnership among faculty from two countries to focus on their respective curricular “wish list” in advocacy and educational strategies.
January 28, 2022
This webinar seeks to address such gaps by engaging PGx practitioners from diverse practice settings to provide an overview of how PGx is utilized in their settings, address any competency gaps observed in pharmacy graduates, and provide
February 1, 2022
This webinar will provide a roadmap for sorting through the many different options in an increasingly crowded and confusing field.
February 2, 2022
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.
February 16, 2022
Despite diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at higher education institutions across the United States, research has demonstrated that men and women continue to face different barriers to advancement in academic pharmacy.
February 17, 2022
This webinar will be the first of a series of three webinars focusing on experiential education team operations, workload, efficiency, professional development, and scholarly activity.
February 24, 2022
Part Two of the International Webinar Series 2022. The main purpose of this webinar is to compare national and international educational outcomes.
February 28, 2022
Follow the paths of seasoned pharmacy educators and learn how they managed challenges from early to mid to senior level and how they are planning for the next chapter in their story.
March 1, 2022
This session will focus on ways to intentionally integrate empathy development in simulated and actual clinical learning, best practices for assessing empathy development, and approaches to aid students in self-reflecting on their
March 10, 2022
In this session, participants will learn of the successful implementation of a mindfulness elective for pharmacy students and its impact on student stress and mental health-related quality of life.
March 14, 2022
The session will describe Liaison's new Explore Health Careers Program, which is intended to facilitate the application process for "other CAS" applicants who applied to and were denied admission to one health profession program and have
March 30, 2022
Pharmacists will leave this session with tools to implement solutions in their practice to address the development and implementation of innovative educational strategies in the didactic, laboratory, and experiential settings to ensure that