- Govt Affairs
APA holds annual meetings in each of its eight Districts during the fall. During District Meetings, members may hear from APA staff, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Harding University Colleges of Pharmacy and the Arkansas State Board of Pharmacy. State legislators often attend as well.
District meetings provide an opportunity for APA members to get an update on state and national legislation affecting pharmacy and exchange information about the most current challenges in the profession. Attendees can generally receive two and one-half hours of Continuing Education credits.
Click here to register for the 2016 District Meetings.
This year, the Arkansas Pharmacists Association is introducing a new segment during the District Meetings called "What's On Your Mind?" This new section of the meeting will feature Arkansas pharmacy leaders from the APA, State Board of Pharmacy, AAHP, and Colleges of Pharmacy answering your questions about current issues in Arkansas pharmacy. This is your opportunity to ask questions and provide direct input to pharmacy leaders in Arkansas. To submit a question, click the "What's On Your Mind?" button below and complete the online form.
2016 District Meeting Schedule
Judge Rules on PBM Lawsuit
District Judge Brian Miller has ruled on the lawsuit filed by PMCA in 2015. Read more about it in this note from APA Executive Vice President and CEO Scott Pace.
Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network
Arkansas CPESN has released its Participation Agreement.
Nominations are now open for APA Board of Directors and APA Annual Awards.
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