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AACP’s debut Artificial Intelligence Institute drew a big audience looking for answers about the rapid changes that AI is bringing to the digital environment and what that means for pharmacy education.
Arlington, Va. — For the first time, Indian Americans are serving concurrent terms as presidential officers at three of the leading U.S. pharmacy organizations.
AACP is pleased to announce that the CVS Health/AACP Community Pharmacy Health Equity Award will be awarded to 21 outstanding student pharmacists who face financial barriers in pursuit of education including, but not limited to, those who identify as an underrepresented minority student, a student with a disability, or a student with a previous or current military service. Each awardee will receive a $20,000 scholarship, up from $8,000 awarded to five students in 2023.
Student pharmacists benefit from a curriculum that integrates components of geriatrics education and highlights the need for interprofessional collaboration when working with older patients.
AACP’s Mock Trial Competition provides an opportunity for student pharmacists to enhance advocacy skills as they collaborate to address healthcare challenges.
A $19 million grant may help University of Florida Health researchers uncover a treatment for stimulant use disorder.
How are pharmacy schools taking lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and applying them to research to identify and combat emerging pandemics?
AACP today announced the recipients of its top awards for 2024, which recognize six individuals, one institution, one organization and one scholarly paper, for their outstanding contributions made to pharmacy education, research, patient outcomes, community service and academic publishing.

AACP Executive Vice President and CEO Lee Vermeulen, B.S.Pharm., M.S., FCCP, FFIP, co-authored this blog post with APhA Executive Vice ...

Financial support will help students’ educational commitment to serving rural or underserved communities upon graduation.
The University of South Florida’s Taneja College of Pharmacy is using hologram technology to transform learning.
Some pharmacy schools are cultivating a competitive spirit among students as part of their efforts to boost business acumen.