JFPS press registration and guidelines
A very limited number of JFPS 2023 press passes will be made available to journalists from accredited news organizations and media outlets.
APhA will consider providing press passes to journalists actively on assignment, including photojournalists, videographers, podcasters, producers, bloggers, web-based media professionals, writers focusing on general health and pharmacy specific medical topics, and news staff from medical journals.
APhA reserves the right to limit the number of press registrations to two representatives per outlet unless an exception is granted.
The content presented during JFPS 2023 is the opinion of the speakers and does not necessarily reflect the opinions, policies, or positions of APhA. Any activity not included in the JFPS program is not sanctioned by APhA and does not have any affiliation with APhA.
Members of the press are welcome to attend sessions as observers. However, press must vacate their seat in sessions that only have standing room in favor of paying attendees.
Press representatives with valid credentials who fail to adhere to these guidelines will forfeit their press credential access to JFPS 2023 and may face restrictions to cover future APhA events. APhA reserves the right to refuse or revoke press privileges at any time before or during the meeting.
We ask that you please share any coverage that you have of JFPS 2023 with us within 2 weeks of the end of the meeting so we may amplify the coverage across our channels. You can send all coverage to email@example.com.
CPE credit will not be granted with press registration to JFPS 2023. Paid registration to the meeting is the only way to obtain CPE.
Please do not send media registration requests to this email address.
For more information or to answer any questions that are not answered here, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.