Illinois Pharmacy Resident Conference

ILPRC on Friday, May 17, 2024, at Roosevelt University

Reminder: Slides are DUE on April 25, 2024!

Registration Deadline: May 1, 2024 - All presenters must be registered for the event.

Tentative Agenda for May 17, 2024

7:00am - Check-In 
7:45am - Welcome & Keynote Session
9:00am - 4:30pm - Presentations
Detailed schedule pending.

 *** With support from UNITED Pharmacy Staffing. ***

Roosevelt University
1400 N Roosevelt Blvd
Schaumburg, IL 60173

The conference will be held IN-PERSON.

ALL submitted abstracts have been accepted.
Email firewalls have blocked some communication. If you have any questions, please call ICHP at 815-227-9292.
Please see the PDF of the email confirmation below:
Email Notification of ILPRC Submission Acceptance on 4.1.2024

Special Thank You to Roosevelt University and Dr. Melissa Hogan, Dr. Dana Singla, and Jon Resele for their assistance in coordinating this event!

Abstract Submission Form - Deadline February 18, 2024

Slide Submission Form - Deadline if conflict is identified April 11, 2024. Deadline if no conflict is identified April 25, 2024.

Registration Form -  Deadline May 1, 2024

Click here for Institution Bulk Registrations

New this year, there will be an ASHP Residency Program Design and Conduct (RPDC) Workshop held on Thursday, May 16th. The RPDC is intended for Residency Program Directors and Residency Leaders.

Separate registration is required for each event.

Abstract & Presentation Information

Continuing Education Information

Planning Committee

On Site Presenter Evaluation Form - For your information only. The presenter evaluation forms will be distributed to attendees in each classroom. Attendees will complete one for each presenter and turn in at the end of each hour.

The Illinois Pharmacy Resident Conference, provided through the Illinois Council of Health-System Pharmacists, is a forum to allow for the exchange of pharmacy research and best practices in Illinois.

Pharmacy residents and fellows will have the opportunity to give a platform presentation, engage in discussions about new practices and therapeutics, and network with residents, clinicians, faculty, and administrators. 

Watch for ongoing updates.