APhA holds meetings and networking events for student pharmacists throughout the year, each with unique opportunities for student pharmacists to network, develop leadership skills, and learn about educational and career opportunities.
The APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition is the most comprehensive meeting for pharmacy professionals and future leaders in pharmacy. Learn about leadership, career opportunities, patient safety, and much more from nationally recognized experts.
March 24-27, 2017
APhA2017 - San Francisco, CA
March 16-19, 2018
APhA2018 - Nashville, TN
March 22-25, 2019
Celebrating 50 Years of APhA-ASP
APhA2019 - Seattle, WA
March 24-27, 2020
APhA2020 - Washington, DC
Held annually in Salt Lake City Utah, the APhA Institute strives to educate student pharmacists and practitioners about the pharmacology and pathophysiology of addiction. Through interactive educational sessions, networking, and team-building activities participants are provided with a unique opportunity to learn about addiction, pain management, and how to provide assistance and support to individuals affected by alcoholism and other drug dependencies.
May 30 - June 3, 2018
Salt Lake City, UT
The APhA-ASP Summer Leadership Institute (SLI) is designed to help APhA-ASP Chapter Officers develop their leadership skills as they prepare to guide their Chapter to continued success. During a series of interactive and educational sessions, attendees will be challenged to identify their leadership style, discuss team building strategies, develop communication skills, and receive updates on APhA-ASP activities. Attendance at the APhA-ASP SLI counts towards the APhA-ASP Leadership Training Series.
July 14-16, 2017
MRMs are the only meetings in the United States held specifically for student pharmacists. Each meeting provides an opportunity for student pharmacists to participate in leadership development, network with fellow students, explore career opportunities with potential employers, and celebrate the achievements of APhA-ASP chapters.
MRM2017 Locations and Dates: