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 Tom Maggio, Associate Director of Public Affairs.

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 Tom Maggio. 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.

Upcoming

March 5, 2024

Hosted by the Well-Being and Resiliency Community

During this webinar, we will discuss different methods to integrate wellness into an existing course using an example of integration in a required pharmacotherapy course. Some of the

March 19, 2024

Hosted by the Laboratory Instructors SIG

This webinar aims to identify examples and strategies of how institutions have leveraged their personnel and financial resources to boost the learning power of compounded sterile preparation

March 20, 2024
This webinar aims to bolster scientific careers for PharmD, MS, and PhD students and alumni. The session will present the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Loan Repayment Program (LRP) as an effective strategy for attracting and retaining
March 26, 2024
Accommodating students with disabilities on clinical rotations continues to be a source of confusion, with many programs reporting that they simply ‘do not accommodate clinicals.’ This response; however, is not in keeping with best
March 27, 2024
Pharmacy faculty and administrators play many roles and possess unique skills as teachers, practitioners, scholars, and committee members.
April 2, 2024
This presentation will discuss the importance of telehealth and telepharmacy education in the pharmacy curriculum as well as the design and implementation of skills laboratory-based telehealth activities at three different institutions
April 9, 2024
When we get new leadership, how do you communicate when a new leader comes in? This webinar focuses on managing up to effectively work with leadership. Panelists will share their different perspectives and experiences working and
April 12, 2024
Social networking is considered a core competency for any professional and is now taught in many schools’ curricula. Often the “how” or the “why” are taught, but not both. Additionally, many negative connotations often surround networking
April 15, 2024
This session on increasing student engagement is hosted by the Student Services SIG and the Co-curricular Connect Community. Participants will learn strategies from a variety of panelists about increasing student engagement in certain
April 16, 2024
Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in PharmD Orientation and Co-Curricular Activities

Hosted by the Chemistry Section

Teaching students the value of diversity is critical to fostering a harmonious, collaborative, and productive

April 19, 2024

Hosted by the Pharmacogenomics SIG

The Pharmacogenomics sub-group of the Inter-Society Coordinating Committee for Practitioner Education in Genomics (ISCC-PEG) has developed a new series of interprofessional pharmacogenomics learning

April 22, 2024
Engaging stakeholders in research can lead to impactful and relevant research questions, equity, transparency in the research process, faster application of findings, and better health outcomes for community members. This webinar aims to