Southwestern Clinical Pharmacy Seminar

APRIL 27-29, 2018

This 1.5 day seminar provides approximately eleven (11) hours of continuing education, and networking opportunities for pharmacy professionals focusing on clinical topics pertinent to institutional and ambulatory care practice settings.


JUNE 14-17, 2018


This four-day annual conference provides over fifteen (15) hours of continuing education, recognition, and networking opportunities for pharmacy professionals of all practice settings.

Southwestern States Residency Conference

JUNE 15th

Join over 150 Residents and Preceptors at this annual event where residents get the opportunity to present their Residency Research Projects.

AzPA Immunization Certificate Program

APRIL 14TH | JUNE 14th

This program is an interactive educational program that provides pharmacists and student pharmacists with the skills necessary to become primary sources for vaccine advocacy, education, and administration.

Pain Management Certificate Program


Featuring a new kind of Certificate Program! This entire learning experience can be done in the comfort of your own home. It consists of a Home Study Component and a Live Webinar - That's it!


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    Doctors who receive even one payment from a pharmaceutical company for a brand name drug are five times more prone to prescribe that drug over an alternative treatment, including generics, according to a new CareDash study. The likelihood rises to 14.5 percent when the payment involves a specific opioid drug.
  • FDA considers lowering nicotine levels in cigarettes
    In an unprecedented move, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently said it plans to cut the amount of addictive nicotine in the nation's cigarettes. The goal is to lower the amount of nicotine to minimally or non-addictive levels, the agency said.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Southwestern Clinical Pharmacy Seminar

04/27/2018 - 04/29/2018


Annual Convention Exhibitor Registration

06/14/2018 - 06/17/2018

Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass

AzPA Annual Convention

06/14/2018 - 06/17/2018

Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass