Pharmacy Education 2019

July 13, 2019
July 17, 2019

Chicago, Illinois 

Chicago skyline at dusk.

Meeting App and Website

Download the INvolve 2019 App from the Apple App Store Download the INvolve 2019 app from the Google Play Store.

Download the meeting app for Apple or Android phones or visit the event website to see the latest schedule, create your own agenda, network with other attendees, join discussions and use the built-in map to find your way around the event space.

User Guide (PDF) - Useful tips and instructions for the app and website.

Logging In

Your password is not associated with your AACP member login. Invite emails, sent on Wednesday, July 3rd, have a link that will log you in for the first time and allow you to edit your profile and change your password if needed. If you've attended an AACP meeting in the past, your password will remain the same.

If you haven't received an email inviting you to use the Pharmacy Education 2019 event website and app please contact Sean Clark, AACP's User Experience Manager.

Need to Reset Your Password?


  • After clicking Sign In, click on Haven’t received your sign-in link or forgot password? below the password field.
  • Enter the email address associated with your account (your meeting registration email)
  • Use the link in the email you receive to sign in and change your password

Mobile and App:

  • Click on DON’T KNOW YOUR PASSWORD? below the SIGN IN button.
  • Enter the email address associated with your account (your meeting registration email)
  • Use the link in the email you receive to sign in and change your password.

You can also change your password at any time by editing your profile. If you have any questions please contact Sean Clark, AACP's User Experience Manager, or visit the registration desk during the meeting.

Please use the app and event website for the most up-to-date programming.

Pharmacy Education 2019

Connect with colleagues in Chicago for Pharmacy Education 2019, and explore the role of pharmacy and pharmacy education in today’s challenging healthcare landscape. The AACP Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of academic pharmacy administrators, faculty and staff, and each year, offers more than 100 educational programs that cut across all disciplines.

Featuring keynote speaker Dr. Doris Kearns Goodwin, learn from experts in leadership, education and science—and put your career first in the Second City!

New This Year

Participate in Personal Genotyping

The University of Florida College of Pharmacy will offer personal genotyping for a limited number of attendees at Pharmacy Education 2019. This service will offer insight into your personal pharmacogenomics data and provides you with innovative tools you can employ to educate your students about pharmacogenomics and precision medicine. For only $99, you can add genotyping to your current registration or select it as part of a new meeting registration. Visit the University of Florida FAQs section to learn more about personal genotyping at Pharmacy Education 2019.

Learn to Innovate Education and Practice in Only 10 Minutes

Recipients of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grants will share brief, 10-minute summaries of their winning projects. The grants, sponsored by AACP and the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education, were for projects meant to address an issue related to AACP’s Strategic Priority #3, Innovation in Education and Practice.

Opening General Session Keynote Book Signing

Meet keynote speaker and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Ph.D., as she signs copies of her book, Leadership in Turbulent Times, 9:45 a.m.–10:30 a.m., following the Opening General Session. The culmination of five decades of acclaimed studies in presidential history, Leadership offers an illuminating exploration into the early development, growth and exercise of leadership through the lens of the four presidents Dr. Goodwin has studied most closely—Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson.

Hunger Doesn't Take the Weekends Off

Did you know 13 million kids in America don’t always know when they will next eat? During the school week, these kids have access to food at their school, but what happens when school closes on Friday? AACP has partnered with Blessings in a Backpack to collect supplies and donations at Pharmacy Education 2019, and send kids home on Fridays with backpacks full of satisfying and nutritional food for the weekend. As little as $10 can make this weekend hunger-free for three kids. Text AACPGIVES to 44-321 to make a donation to Blessings in a Backpack and feed a child.

Bark Breaks

Spend some time networking with your colleagues and a few furry friends! Therapy and shelter dogs will bring some warm and fuzzy “bark breaks” to the Pharmacy Education 2019 exhibit hall. Interested in adopting a furry friend? Speak to one of the shelter coordinators on site.