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Registration

Registration Categories Rate
APhA-ASP Member (Student Pharmacist) $ 350.00
Non-Member (Student Pharmacist) $ 389.00
APhA Member (Pharmacist) $ 425.00
Non-Member (Pharmacist) $ 695.00
APhA Member (New Practitioner - Years 1-5 After Graduation) $ 400.00
Non-Member (New Practitioner - Years 1-5 After Graduation) $ 534.00
Non-Pharmacist - Spouse / State Board of Pharmacy Member / Retired Pharmacist $ 425.00

Become a member of APhA

Photo Waiver / Release

From time to time APhA uses photographs and videos of conference events in its promotional materials. Unless this permission is revoked in writing to APhA, by virtue of their attendance all APhA Institute Attendees agree to the use of their likeness in such materials.

Refund / Cancellation Policy

All registration cancellations must be in writing and received by the APhA Student Development Staff via email at (APhA-ASP@APhAnet.org) 30 days prior to the APhA Institute (Sunday, April 28, 2024), and are subject to a $50 administrative fee. No refunds will be made for cancellations received after 30 days prior to the Institute (Sunday, April 28, 2024).

Student Pharmacist Registration Process

In 2024, we are continuing to allow all student pharmacists who are interested in attending the meeting to register on a first-come, first-served basis until we reach meeting room capacity.

If you have any questions about the student pharmacist registration process, please feel free to contact Keith Marciniak or Lynette Plowden at (APhA-ASP@APhAnet.org).

COVID-19 Protocols

Safety is a priority for the Association and COVID-19 plans are subject to certain public health and safety rules and guidelines to keep the public, attendees, and hotel staff safe and healthy.

At this time:

  • Masks are not mandatory, however as a reminder, the CDC recommends wearing a mask when in a large gathering.
  • Proof of vaccination will not be required to attend the APhA Institute in-person on The University of Utah campus.
  • If you are feeling unwell or are experiencing COVID-like symptoms, pleaserefer to CDC guidelines and communicate directly with APhA staff.
  • Please refer to your local health department, pharmacy, or primary care provider, should you need a COVID test.
  • APhA thanks you for your part in maintaining the highest possible COVID safety standards while at the APhA Institute.