Virtual Pharmacy Education 2020

July 13, 2020
to
July 31, 2020
Virtual Pharmacy Education 2020 - AACP Annual Meeting - July 13-31, 2020

Meeting Website

Registered Attendees: The event website for Virtual Pharmacy Education 2020 can be found at: https://virtualpharmed2020.aacp.org

Signing In

Your password is not associated with your AACP member sign in account. Invite emails, sent on Thursday, July 2, have a link that will sign 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 Virtual Pharmacy Education 2020 event website please contact Sean Clark, AACP's associate director of web strategy.

Need to Reset Your Password?

  • On the Sign In screen click on Forgot 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 associate director of web strategy.

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


We are excited to bring the annual meeting online for Virtual Pharmacy Education 2020, July 13–31!

Conference Highlights

Incredible Value

Attendees have access to more than 150 sessions in a digital learning format that’s convenient—all for an unbelievably low price!

Unparalleled Continuing Education

More than 90 hours of CE credit are available for an attendee to earn.

Highly-Relevant Meeting Content

Critical session themes address achieving health equity, approaches to converting face-to-face courses to online courses, and curricular design and assessment strategies for online and hybrid courses.

Teachers Seminar Hosted Live

The 2020 Teacher Seminar will focus on identifying ways to be intentional and inclusive in your teaching. To do this, teachers must have an in-depth understanding of themselves—their teaching style, motivation, emotional intelligence, grit, resilience, among others. Attendees will leave with strategies to get to know themselves and their students, and how this knowledge collectively can contribute to an enhanced learning experience. Learn more.

Access to Top-Notch Speakers

Engage in real-time dialogue with industry thought leaders, including plenary speakers Dr. Dayna Matthew,  Dr. Nathan Price and Dr. Anthony Morreale.

As we finalize details for other key meeting components, such as poster sessions, our exhibit hall and social gatherings, we will share those with you and post all relevant information in this space.

“Great meeting to gain knowledge, and also network and connect.”

“Inspired to be a better educator and to take some time to reflect on my balance of work and other parts of my life.”

“Great connections and ideas.”

“So much great material, so little time.”

“Some new ideas for teaching a few concepts and preceptor development initiatives.”

Register Today