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, 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 and Section 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

February 23, 2021
Regular Webinar
This session aims to provide an overview on the current role of pharmacy in delivering contraception services and advocacy efforts to improve public access.
February 25, 2021
Regular Webinar
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.
March 10, 2021
Regular Webinar
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
March 10, 2021
CE Webinar
CPE Activity Announcement

Wednesday, March 10, 2021
1:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m. ET
Universal Activity Number (UAN): 0581-0000-21-022-L04-P / UAN: 0581-0000-21-022-H04-P

Description:

Presented by the Social and Administrative Sciences

March 11, 2021
Regular Webinar
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
March 19, 2021
Regular Webinar
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
March 25, 2021
CE Webinar
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
April 8, 2021
Regular Webinar
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.
April 14, 2021
CE Webinar
CPE Activity Announcement

Tuesday, April 14, 2021
2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. ET
Universal Activity Number (UAN):
0581-0000-21-012-L04-P

Hosted by the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (AJPE).

The American Journal of

April 15, 2021
Regular Webinar
In this webinar, leaders for overdose prevention outreach initiatives targeting these special populations will describe their programs and share lessons learned for academic pharmacists.