Since 1900, AACP’s member-directed programming provides pharmacy educators with opportunities to network with peers at our annual, interim and other meetings for the purposes of enrichment, professional growth and development.

Annual Meeting

Join your colleagues in Boston for Pharmacy Education 2018 and hear from experts in education, science, leadership and success at work.

Pharmacy Education 2019

Chicago, IL - July 13–17

Future Meetings

  • 2020: Long Beach, CA - July 18–22
  • 2021: Toronto, ON - July 17–21
  • 2022: Grapevine, TX - July 23–27

INterim Meeting

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 lead and manage change.

INvolve 2019

Tampa, FL - February 23–26

Future Meetings

  • 2020: Rio Grande, PR - February 8–11


The Institute experience is designed for teams of three to five individuals to collaborate, away from their college or school, on a curriculum issue. Teams benefit from hearing from experts on a topic and creating a plan of action to implement change to address the issue at their home institution.

Spring 2019 Institute

Herndon, VA - May 20–22


AACP hosts informative and educational webinars presented by members of our Sections and Special Interest Groups throughout the year.

Past webinars are available on AACP Connect. You must be logged into AACP Connect to see the listings.

AACP also offers a Continuing Education (CE) Webinar Series to assist faculty members in ensuring that pharmacy school graduates are prepared for the needs of patients and their caregivers in the current and future healthcare landscape. Previously recorded CE webinars are available to earn CPE Credit.


April 22, 2019
Teaching Biostatistics & Research Design to Pharmacy Students

Biostatistics and research design are "required elements of the didactic doctor o

April 29, 2019
Strategies for Successful Global Educational Collaborations

The purpose of this program is to share with participants best practices for developing

April 30, 2019
Successful Design and Implementation of Multi-Institutional Research

Multi-institutional research involves projects including participants from mor

May 14, 2019
Part II: Successful Design and Implementation of Multi-Institutional Research

Multi-institutional research involves projects including participants

May 15, 2019
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. Activities and tasks can be developed for measurement and evaluation based on the core statements. This webinar will discuss the discrete, essential activities and tasks that all new pharmacy graduates must be able to perform without direct supervision upon entering practice or postgraduate training.
May 16, 2019
This webinar will provide an overview of USP resources, and speakers from USP and Northeastern University will share how they have integrated USP medicine quality curricula into Northeastern’s Biologics/Biotechnology programs.
May 20, 2019 -
Spring 2019 Institute: Strategies to Promote a Culture of Well-being among Students, Faculty and Staff.
May 21, 2019
Sustaining Research Productivity Across Your Career

Research is an essential component of the tripartite mission of schools of pharmacy.

June 3, 2019
5 Stars: How to prepare and deliver an award winning external promotion letter

There is a paucity of data describing the peer-review process of pro