The American Association of Psychiatric Pharmacists (AAPP) is a professional association representing nearly 3,000 psychiatric pharmacists, residents and aspiring future psychiatric pharmacists (students). AAPP’s members are specialized and highly trained in psychiatry, addiction, psychopharmacology, and mitigation of psychosocial factors. Psychiatric pharmacists, as members of an interprofessional team of health care professionals, can and do make a difference in patient recovery and quality of life. AAPP invites you to become a visible part of our organization as a corporate sponsor, advertiser, or product theater provider as described below:
Corporate Sponsorship Program: By joining AAPP as a corporate sponsor you will differentiate yourself and gain a year-round link to a community of specialist pharmacists in psychiatry. Learn more.
2023 Product Theater Opportunities: AAPP is offering up to 5 virtual product theater opportunities from June through November of 2023. Learn more.
|Digital Advertising Opportunities: Though the association home for psychiatric pharmacists, AAPP’s digital reach extends to other health care professionals interested in psychiatry and effective, evidence-based treatment for those living mental illness, substance use disorders, and/or neurologic disorders. View the opportunities available and feel free to outreach about unique opportunities you don’t see listed here. Learn more.|
|AAPP 2023 Annual Meeting Sponsorships: The AAPP Annual Meeting is regarded as the premier conference on psychiatric pharmacy. Anticipating an attendance over 600 in 2023 in Atlanta and 300+ virtually, the AAPP meeting is unique in its focus on psychiatric and substance use disorders and treatment. Organizations can sponsor many aspects of the AAPP Annual Meeting ranging from event sponsorships to product theater and symposium sponsorships. Learn more.|
|2023 Virtual Summit ACPE Approved Symposium Opportunities: AAPP’s 2023 Summit will offer the opportunity for inclusion of up to 2 ACPE approved industry symposia. The 2023 Summit will have an underlying theme of mental health integration in the primary care setting. Learn more.|