Annual Meeting

The NABP Annual Meeting allows pharmacy board members, staff, and other pharmacy stakeholders to take an active role in protecting the public health. During the meeting, members elect NABP Executive Committee officers and members, as well as discuss and vote on policies via resolutions and guide the direction of the Association. Attendees also participate in educational sessions about current industry topics and issues and have opportunities to network.

Upcoming Annual Meeting

Save the date for the 2022 Annual Meeting. Check back later for more information.

118th Annual Meeting
May 19-21, 2022
Sheraton Wild Horse Pass

Award Nominations

Know any outstanding colleagues who have contributed to the practice of pharmacy? Nominate them for an NABP Award.

Past Annual Meeting

The 117th Annual Meeting was held virtually on May 13-14, 2021. Elections were held for the open officer and member positions on the Executive Committee, reports were delivered by officers, members discussed and voted upon resolutions and an amendment to the NABP Bylaws, and award recipients were announced. Visit the news section to access official news releases from this meeting and other past meetings.

The 117th Annual Meeting offered business sessions and continuing pharmacy education (CPE) programming eligible for Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)-accredited CPE credit. More details regarding the presentations and CPE activities can be found here. Sign into NABP’s CPE Submission Site to claim credit within 60 days of the session.

Resolutions

Resolutions are presented, discussed, and voted upon each year at the NABP Annual Meeting. Resolutions formally state the membership’s stance on important issues in pharmacy practice and regulations, and often encourage the Association to take further action. Resolutions may be submitted for consideration by any active member board, district, or committee of the Association. Use this template when submitting a resolution for consideration at the upcoming Annual Meeting. The NABP Constitution and Bylaws details the resolution submission requirements in Article IV, Section 6, Part (d).

After resolutions are passed at the Annual Meeting, the NABP Executive Committee and staff take action. Resolutions may be moved forward by creating task forces or collaborating with government agencies, health care associations, and other stakeholders in response to the approved resolutions. The NABP president makes committee and task force appointments after the Annual Meeting.

Resolutions from previous Annual Meetings can be found in the News section.