Why Attend

In light of the current global pandemic, it is more crucial than ever for pharmacy leaders to connect with one another, strategize and share ideas — but in a safe and convenient online environment.

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us how important it is to be nimble in the face of a rapidly changing healthcare environment. Maintaining our commitment to delivering dynamic, high-quality educational content and professional development experiences during these unprecedented times is a priority for ASHP, and we are pleased to offer attendees the ability to participate in virtual content, posters and networking opportunities.

Who Should Attend?

  • New pharmacy leaders
  • Experienced pharmacy leaders
  • Pharmacists interested in leadership roles
  • Managers
  • Directors
  • Chief Pharmacy Officers
  • Residents interested in leadership or administration

Virtual Meeting Features

Select education sessions will be offered as a live activity with the opportunity to participate in a live faculty Q&A. Visit the website for specific dates and times. Other sessions will be offered as on-demand home study only. Additionally, registrants will be able to participate in a live poster chat with the poster presenters.

  • Earn CE hours through a combination of live and home study programs.
  • All sessions will be recorded and available for home study continuing education credit through December 15, 2021.
  • Select sessions will be live during the virtual meeting. To earn live CE credit you must log on and participate during the virtual session. Otherwise, the recorded session will only offer home study credit.
  • Virtual poster sessions
  • Virtual roundtable sessions

Engaging Plenary Sessions

The Conference for Pharmacy Leaders welcomes keynote speaker, Ali H. Ghaffari, M.A. Phil, Theo, President, Aeterni Patris Leadership Consulting with his presentation titled Target Lock: Lifelong Leadership Strategies with a Focus on Success.

Jeff Little, Pharm.D., M.P.H., BCPS, FACHE, FASHP, Directory of Pharmacy, Saint Luke’s Hospital moderates a session on Monday titled, Advocacy Strategies for Leaders

Brenda Battle, M.B.A., B.S.N. – Senior Vice President, Community Health Transformation and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, The University of Chicago Medicine moderates a session titled, Still Missing the Mark: How Focus on Diversity and Equity Can Close the Gap!

Kevin Carter – Philanthropist, Kevin Carter Foundation leads a session titled, Playbook for a Leadership Legacy.

Women in Pharmacy Leadership Roundtable Discussion

The Women in Pharmacy Leadership Roundtable allows participants to learn from each other’s experiences while discussing topics such as collaboration, leadership, work-life balance, presence and self-awareness, and empowerment and advocacy, as they relate to women in the pharmacy profession.

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