The American Association of Psychiatric Pharmacists (AAPP) has created this policy in order to document our ongoing commitment to privacy. This policy will help you to understand how personally identifiable information is obtained and how such information may be shared.

Notification of Changes to Privacy Statement

Users can find out about changes in this privacy policy by visiting this page. This statement was last revised on August 25, 2022. AAPP encourages users to read this policy thoroughly and use it as a point of reference for the future.

Browser Cookies

Our site uses cookies to keep track of your visit to our website. This cookie is restricted to access only by the AAPP website and doesn't contain any confidential information such as credit card numbers. The site may use cookies to restrict access to some content. AAPP members who elect to visit the site with the cookies option turned off in their browser might not be able to access restricted content.


Browser type, IP address, referring address, access time, transfer rate, and files accessed may be logged. AAPP periodically uses this information to analyze traffic on the site. Aggregate information generated from the logs may be shared or posted on the site.

Personal Information

The site collects personal information when you fill out the following forms: profile, membership application, abstract submission, surveys, and meeting registration. The information collected includes (but is not limited to) name, title, home address, business address, practice information, and email. Some of this information may be shared on this site as a part of the membership listing, and you may restrict the information shown by managing your preferences online. We use member information from the forms to send email, newsletters and event announcements. A credit card processing company is used to process credit cards. All credit card information is used only for billing purposes and is not stored or retained by AAPP. Members may choose to decline receiving future mailings. Additional information collected, including demographic information, may be used for internal organizational purposes but will not be shared publicly with any identifiers. AAPP may compile and distribute any information in its database in an aggregated de-identified format.

Correcting/Updating Personal Information

AAPP members can have their information updated or information access restricted by using the My AAPP Profile pages or by contacting the AAPP office.

8055 O St., Ste. S113
Lincoln, NE 68510
402-476-1677 phone

Opting Out of Email Communication

If you wish to opt out receiving email from AAPP, you may do so by updating your communication preferences or by emailing

Removal of Personal Information

If you wish to have information (including Personal Information) removed from our records, you may do so by emailing

External Links

This site contains links to other sites that open in a new browser window. AAPP is obviously not responsible for the privacy practices, content, or reliability of other web sites. Please read the privacy policies of the external sites since their privacy practices may differ in substantial ways from AAPP's.

Survey Information

Personally identifiable information is optional in our membership surveys and would be used only to contact somebody to clarify an answer. Demographic and profile data that are collected are analyzed and shared with AAPP officers, staff, and membership only on an aggregate basis.

Email to AAPP

Throughout AAPP's site, members are provided the opportunity to communicate with AAPP via Email. We read every message and try to reply promptly to every one. This information is used to reply directly to your questions or comments. Any personal information is only shared with your explicit permission.


Maintaining the integrity and security of all data collected AAPP is obviously very important. Credit card information is transmitted in encrypted form. Personally identifiable information is stored with password protection. AAPP has a strict password rotation policy that is clearly communicated to all staff. Routine backups are made and stored in a secure site that is physically removed from the primary databases to permit recovery in case of a disaster.

Additional Questions

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, any of the practices of AAPP, or your use of this Web site, please contact the AAPP Office:

8055 O St., Ste. S113
Lincoln, NE 68510
402-476-1677 (phone)
888-551-7617 (fax)