All programming for the 2024 AAPP Annual Meeting will be held at Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate, located at 1500 Masters Boulevard, ChampionsGate, Florida 33896. Attendees may choose to attend in-person in Orlando or virtually.
Business casual attire is recommended throughout the Annual Meeting.
Yes! Discounted rooms at Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate can be reserved for $224/night until March 14, 2024. After March 14, 2024, rates are subject to increase. A limited number of discounted rooms are available for a limited time for students and Government employees. Due to the resort nature of this hotel, we recommend booking rooms early, especially if you plan to extend your stay beyond April 7-10, 2024. The hotel is likely to sell out surrounding the AAPP Annual Meeting. Read additional lodging information.
Early registration rates are available until March 7, 2024. After March 7, prices increase from $100-$175 per person. Special pricing is available for students and residents. Additional registration information will be available in early 2024.
Full and day rate registrations are available. Additional registration information will be available in early 2024.
To receive a refund less a $75 handling fee, registrations must be canceled in writing on or before March 17, 2024 (postmark or email date). Emergency cancellations after March 17 through the 2024 Annual Meeting will be considered by the Board if requested by the registrant. Registrations are not transferable to other individuals. Prior to March 17, an in-person registration can be converted to a virtual registration by emailing email@example.com, and AAPP will refund the difference less a $75 handling fee. There are no refunds for BCPP Recertification products. AAPP can be reached at: AAPP, 8055 O Street, Ste S113, Lincoln, NE, 68510, 402-476-1677 (phone), firstname.lastname@example.org.
No refunds will be provided for virtual attendees as all sessions and events are being recorded and will be available to virtual attendees to view and receive credit for up to 3 years. Registrations are not transferable to other individuals. There are no refunds for BCPP Recertification products. If you wish to convert your virtual registration to an in-person registration, please contact email@example.com. You will be required to pay the difference between the cost of a virtual registration and an in-person registration.
A full registration includes AAPP and Industry supported programming and meal functions offered Sunday, April 7 through Wednesday, April 10. Industry-supported programming may require a separate registration through the provider. Also included is ACPE credit for each accredited session you attend.
A one-day registration includes AAPP and Industry supported programming and meal functions offered for that day and ACPE credit for each accredited session you attend. Industry-supported programming may require a separate registration through the provider.
Full registration includes light breakfast on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday and a reception on Sunday evening. Industry supported programming may offer additional meals Sunday through Tuesday. One day registration includes meal functions offered for that day.
A confirmation and receipt of your registration will be sent to you via email immediately upon registering online. For registrations made with payment by check, please allow two weeks for processing; confirmation of registration will be sent via email immediately upon processing. If you do not receive confirmation after 14 days, please do not hesitate to contact the AAPP office at 402-476-1677 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Annual Meeting attendees registered for the full meeting or for Sunday and Monday may attend the BCPP Recertification sessions. However, in order to earn BCPP Recertification credit, attendees must additionally purchase the Clinical Application Series and successfully complete an online examination.
Industry supported symposia are scientific programs developed for educational purposes. All symposia are in compliance with Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) criteria for planning and implementation and offer up to 1.5 contact hours of ACPE credit.
Attendance at industry symposia is included in full Annual Meeting registrations as well as day registrations (symposia may be offered on the day of attendance). Room capacities at symposia are limited and entrance is granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Industry-supported programming may require a separate registration through the provider.
Industry showcases provide time for presentation of new research findings on products, showcasing of product details, demonstrations and highlights of new products. These sessions are promotional and are not eligible for continuing education credits.
Attendance at industry showcases is included in full Annual Meeting registrations as well as day registrations (industry showcases offered on the day of attendance). Attendance at the industry showcases is first-come, first-served and seating is limited. Registration will be required at the door with the provider for purposes of Physician Payment Sunshine Act reporting.
No, the 2024 Annual Meeting only offers ACPE credit.
Yes, we welcome students and residents and special registration pricing is available.
Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacists (BCPP) may maintain their credentials by successfully completing 100 hours of approved recertification programming through AAPP every 7 years. Recertification assures the BPS-certified pharmacist, along with the public and the profession at large, that specialty skills and knowledge are maintained at exceptional levels and comparable to newly certified practitioners. Five hours of Recertification Programming are presented live at the AAPP Annual Meeting through the Clinical Application Series. The live programming is recorded and delivered online for those wishing to take this programming as a distance education component. Successful completion of an online examination is required. Learn more about BCPP Recertification products.
Yes. Six to eight weeks after the meeting, you will be provided with all speaker recordings with the exception of student programming, and any platform, case-based and discussion sessions. ACPE credit is accessible for sessions you are unable to attend.
Session presentations and the conference program will be available at aapp.org/2024 one week prior to the meeting. Session Evaluations will be available April 7, 2024. Post-meeting resources will be uploaded in May 2024.
The best resource for materials is aapp.org/2024. You can access session materials on your desktop, tablet, or mobile device! Printed documents will not be provided at the Annual Meeting.
The decision of where to hold AAPP Annual Meetings involves many factors, and venues are booked years in advance of the actual event. This FAQ provides detailed information regarding the factors AAPP considers in event location selection and the market factors that impact us during this process so that you have a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges inherent in this process.
For many members, engaging in person with their colleagues is a key benefit to attending the AAPP Annual Meeting. In surveys, members have asked AAPP to identify event locations that will maximize their experience and are affordable, amenable, and convenient. AAPP takes that responsibility seriously and puts the member experience at the forefront when selecting event locations.
AAPP’s core values inform the process for identifying event locations for the Annual Meeting. AAPP seeks event locations that align with those values and support sustainability, equity, and inclusion. Meeting venues are booked about three to four years in advance and despite our best efforts, political and social landscapes can change significantly from the time of booking to the time of the event.
With member input, many other factors are weighed during the event location selection process:
As noted, AAPP books Annual Meeting venues about three to four years in advance with our overall criteria (as outlined) in mind. Venue selection becomes extremely limited if waiting any closer to the event date to book because many organizations seek venues for events and the process is competitive.
AAPP is aware that some of our upcoming event locations/states for Annual Meetings have instituted laws that may run counter to AAPP’s core values. When we go to these locations, which unfortunately number in the dozens, our commitment is to find ways to give back to the community and to do what we can to demonstrate AAPP’s core values while we are there. As such, AAPP will seek out opportunities to support local organizations that make a difference in people’s lives. Our goal is to provide a way to channel the internal conflict felt by some attendees about the event location into meaningful action.
AAPP is contractually and financially obligated to move forward with Annual Meeting venues. Unfortunately, things can change after the event location has been booked and before the Annual Meeting is actually held. In particular, state and local laws may change over time and run counter to AAPP’s and members’ values.
Canceling or moving an event can also have large financial impacts on a destination, oftentimes hurting the people who need help the most. Removing a meeting can mean that many front-line working individuals, who only work when there is an event business in town, lose the opportunity to be paid for something that is primarily out of their control. Boycotting a destination that has already been booked only serves to create further division and is not considered effective in making social change. Furthermore, AAPP has members living in all 50 states, and we do not want to withdraw previously committed support from any of our members.