For over 30 years, APhA has served as a leader in educating pharmacists and student pharmacists on issues related to addiction, abuse and misuse of alcohol and drugs. The APhA Institute on Alcoholism and Drug Dependencies builds on the success of the Pharmacy Section at The University of Utah School on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies by continuing to provide the profession with the vital information and resources on the disease of addiction.
The Institute offers training and networking opportunities for students, faculty members, pharmacists, and board of pharmacy members to guide their chapters, schools and colleges of pharmacy, practice areas, and state boards to build a strong foundation for addiction awareness and programming within the profession.
APhA sincerely appreciates our supporters!
Silver Level Supporters
General Level Supporters
Reach the most influential pharmacist and student pharmacist audience nationwide interested in addiction-related issues with these support opportunities:
- The APhA Institute lanyards will feature the supporter’s name/logo for all attendees to wear throughout the weekend.
- T-Shirts with the APhA Institute logo on the back and the supporter logo on (front pocket or sleeve).
- Regional registration bags with the APhA Institute logo and supporter logo and name.
- The APhA Institute name badges will feature the supporter’s name/logo for all attendees to wear throughout the weekend.
For more information on general, silver, or platinum level support opportunities, contact Liz Cardello at 630-845-9782 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the APhA Foundation
The mission of the APhA Foundation is to improve people's health through pharmacists' patient care services. The APhA Foundation looks to create a new medication use system where patients, pharmacists, physicians and other health care professionals collaborate to dramatically improve the cost effectiveness and quality of patient health outcomes. The APhA Foundation is America’s most trusted source of research demonstrating how pharmacists can improve health care.
For over 60 years, they have consistently proven that patient health outcomes are positively impacted by pharmacists. The Foundation is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., and is affiliated with the APhA, the oldest and largest national professional society of pharmacists in the United States established in 1852.