American Institute of the History of Pharmacy

The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy is a non-profit national organization devoted to advancing knowledge and understanding of the place of pharmacy in history. The mission of the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy is to contribute to the understanding of the development of civilization by fostering the creation, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge concerning the history and related humanistic aspects of the pharmaceutical field.


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Thank you to all the AIHP members who attended the 2016 AIHP Annual Business Meeting Teleconference on 30 November.

 

Documents from 2016 AIHP Annual Business Meeting:

Agenda for 30 November 2016 Business Meeting

2015 AIHP Business Meeting Minutes

All Documents for 2016 AIHP Business Meeting (ALL DOCS PDF)

Table of Contents for ALL DOCS PDF

Draft Minutes 2015 AIHP Annual Meeting………… 1-3

Executive Director’s Report……………………………………..4-22

President’s Report………………………………………………………23-30

Secretary’s Report………………………………………………………31-36

Treasurer’s Report…………………………………………………….. 37-46

Membership Committee Action Plan…………………… 47-56

Historical Studies Committee Report………………….. 57-63

Nominating Committee Report……………………………… 64

Proposed Revision to AIHP Bylaws……………………….  65-67


The Institute is proud to list the following Charter Members of the National Pharmacy Association Sponsorship Program :

Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (Patron, $10,000)

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (Patron, $10,000)

American College of Clinical Pharmacy (Donor, $5,000)

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (Contributor, $2,500)

American Pharmacists Association (Contributor, $2,500)

The purpose of the National Association Sponsorship program is to build mutually supportive relationships between AIHP and the major pharmacy organizations in the United States, consistent with the Institute’s role in serving the profession as a whole.