APhA2022 takes place in-person in San Antonio, Texas, from March 18, 2022, through March 21, 2022. Because the landscape is rapidly changing for pharmacists, now is the time for practitioners to face their professional challenges with an influential community of colleagues and peers who are just like them. From learning about innovative practice initiatives to building sustainable business models to ensuring their well-being is sound and their patients are safe, APhA2022 will help pharmacists meet their needs.
Here are some highlights of APhA2022:  

• Advanced training, including Certificate Training Programs, which is known as the gold standard in training and how thousands of pharmacists develop and refine their skills as patient care providers
• More than 100 education programs on pharmacy’s most pressing topics
• 11 different education session tracks, including Community Pharmacy, Digital Health, Ambulatory Care, Health System Pharmacy, and Pain Management
• Opportunities to reconnect with peers, network with thought leaders, and celebrate the profession’s resilience
• Access to the latest pharmacy-focused scientific research
• An awards program recognizing achievements throughout the profession.

Limited virtual offerings will be available for those not able to attend in person. All scheduled events and activities will be available for in-person attendees (except where a ticket may be required). Offerings for virtual attendees will include select educational components, the opening and second general sessions, access to exhibitors, and other events. Most virtual offerings will be available only during in-person scheduled events. There is currently no plan for an enduring virtual experience.

Proof of vaccination will be required to attend APhA in person onsite in San Antonio. The CDC currently states that in general, people are considered fully vaccinated: 2 weeks after their second dose in a two-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine. A booster is highly recommended.

The APhA is cautiously returning to live meetings and events. This plan is subject to certain public health and safety guidelines, and keeping the public and staff healthy and safe is a priority. Current policies agreed to at time of registration can be found HERE. Should attendees require testing on-site in San Antonio, they can refer to the list of COVID testing locations in the area HERE. If attendees are feeling any COVID symptoms, they should stay in their hotel room and notify APhA's Meetings team at wchristner@aphanet.org.

To provide a courteous and respectful way to gauge attendees’ comfort levels before approaching, APhA will provide green, yellow, and red self-serve stickers during registration to place on their badge:

• GREEN = feel free to approach,
• YELLOW = please ask before approaching,
• RED = please give me space.

Protocols will be updated as required and registrants will be notified.

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