The APhA meeting brings together leaders from every practice setting including chain, independent, hospital, federal, long-term care, nuclear, and more to present over 80 core programs over 3 days. Network with more than 6,500 pharmacy professionals and colleagues - gain knowledge and insight that will inspire, engage, and influence medication use and patient care in your pharmacy practice.
Today's pharmacists are faced with a multitude of challenges. At APhA2014 education sessions, you'll learn from key experts how to turn these challenges into opportunities to advance patient care and improve medication use.
APhA2014 education sessions are designed to help pharmacy professionals enhance their knowledge and advance their careers by identifying ways to translate theory into practice. The APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition provides more than 80 different learning opportunities to help you achieve your unique professional development goals.
The APhA Exposition is a one-of-a-kind marketplace to visit and explore with over 150 exhibiting companies. APhA attendees meet face-to-face with industry leaders and organizational representatives as they demonstrate new products, discuss exciting new services, and answer your questions.
Exhibit at APhA and gain access to the top decision makers in pharmacy from all practice settings. The place to be in the pharmaceutical marketplace is the American Pharmacists Association's Annual Meeting & Exposition! Connect your company name with pharmacy leaders and innovators at this one-of-a-kind marketplace!
APhA was the first-established national professional society of pharmacists, having been founded in 1852 as the American Pharmaceutical Association. It remains the largest association of pharmacists in the United States, boasting more than 60,000 practicing pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, student pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and others interested in advancing the profession. Through a House of Delegates that meets each year at the APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition, APhA provides a forum for discussion, consensus building, and policy setting for the profession of pharmacy. In fact, nearly all of pharmacy's specialty organizations trace their roots to APhA, having originally been a section or part of this broad foundation of pharmacy.