Events

events

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

Virtual Pharmacy Education 2020

Virtual - July 13–31

Future Meetings

  • 2021: Toronto, ON - July 17–21
  • 2022: Grapevine, TX - July 23–27
  • 2023: Aurora, CO - July 22–26
  • 2024: Boston, MA - July 20–24
  • 2025: Chicago, IL - July 19–23
  • 2026: Grapevine, TX - July 18–22

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.

INclusion 2021

Virtual - March 1–3

Future Meetings

  • 2022: San Diego, CA - February 19–22

Institutes

The Institute experience is designed for teams of one to six 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.

Webinars

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.


Upcoming

Leadership in Enrollment Management 2021 Admissions Workshop

Colleges and schools of pharmacy must foster strategic leadership at all levels of enrollment management to effectively respond to increasingly competitive and uncertain

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

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
The goal of this program is to discuss the factors that continue to feed mistrust among minority groups and ways to alleviate those barriers.
Join us for this informative webinar where we answer your questions on all things ALFP! Attendees will learn about ALFP from the following perspectives: fellow, program alumni, dean mentor, and leadership facilitator. 
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
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
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
This interdisciplinary webinar will focus on the importance of supporting students with children or other family responsibilities and describe strategies to coordinate and support and the legal obligations of the program in offering a