LLLP2023 Sponsor List

The University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy, is grateful and honored to announce the following LLLP2023 sponsors. We are here to say thank you in as many languages as possible!



The Australian Pharmacy Council (APC) has been protecting public health since 1982. They are the national accreditation authority for pharmacy education and training in Australia. They do this under the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (NRAS) working with the Pharmacy Board of Australia and The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. They’re an independent, not-for-profit company.

They’re work protects public health by setting and maintaining high standards of pharmacy education.

They help pharmacists deliver effective health care to meet our community’s changing needs. They do this through:

  • assessing the skills and knowledge of overseas-trained pharmacists and Australian interns through qualification checks and exams
  • pharmacy programs and continuing professional development (CPD) accrediting organizations in Australia
  • developing and maintaining the standards for these processes.
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The University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is committed to excellence and innovation in professional, graduate and post-graduate education; scholarship and research; patient-centered care; public health advocacy; and societal leadership and engagement.

The Skaggs School of Pharmacy has been educating Pharmacists for 112 years! We are proud to offer a variety of degree types for every level of interest in pharmacy education. These include the entry-level PharmD program, flexible online distance based PharmD programs (North American Trained PharmD & International Trained PharmD), as well as graduate and PhD specializations.

Together, our innovation, discoveries and engagement with the interaction and support of our communities, improves the health and well-being of our society.


Monash University is a modern, global, research-intensive university, delivering education and research excellence in Australia and across the Indo-Pacific.

Consistently ranked in the top one per cent of universities worldwide, we’re a vibrant and diverse community of 86,000 students, 17,000 staff, and more than 440,000 alumni. We have more than 150 active fields of research spread across 10 faculties. We have three international teaching locations, six campuses, and more than 100 partner universities across the world.

 About Monash’s Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

As Australia’s leading faculty of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, we are at the forefront of both research and education in our field.

Our research undertaken by Australia’s leading pharmaceutical scientists, is having an impact on health around the globe.

Our successes include the joint design and development of the influenza treatment Relenza, the collaborative design of a potential single-dose malaria treatment and new approaches to delivering drugs to the body more effectively.

Our challenging undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses prepare students for frontline roles in modern patient care and drug discovery and development.

Our graduates are highly employable locally and internationally. You’ll find them in hospitals, communities, research centers and drug companies the world over.

Our constantly updated courses are taught by experts in first-class facilities, recently upgraded in a $75 million redevelopment, with the aid of innovative teaching technologies.

We are a specialist campus, located in the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, Australia’s premier health and biomedical precinct, which is close to central Melbourne and the famous cafes and street life of Lygon Street and Sydney Road


Organized in 1986 under the direction of neurologists dedicated to clinical care of MS, the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) has evolved into a multi-disciplinary organization providing a team approach to MS care and a network for all health care professionals and related specialists in the care of persons with MS. Since 1986, the CMSC has grown rapidly. With over 250 member centers in the United States and Canada, represents over 12,000 health care professionals worldwide who provide care for more than 250,000 individuals with MS and their families.


Our names are central to our unique identities, and saying them correctly is the first step in connecting with, respecting, and appreciating one another. Namecoach aims to solve the common problem of name mispronunciation and gender pronoun communication in as many critical settings as possible. Namecoach provides a simple and effective solution: audio name pronunciations embedded online to easily learn and remember how to say them. Perfectly.


BPS Description: Established in 1976, the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) offers specialty certifications to pharmacists to recognize specialized knowledge and skills in providing patient care. Board certification enables pharmacist practitioners to document and validate their ability to serve as a part of the multidisciplinary healthcare team. BPS certification is a recognized credential for determining which pharmacists are qualified to contribute at advanced practice levels given the rigorous standards mandated by BPS board certification and recertification. BPS currently recognizes more than 57,600 active certifications globally.


Walgreens is excited to innovate and collaborate to support the Future of Pharmacy. Our company offers diverse opportunities for pharmacists thru our community stores, specialty sites, centralized services, fulfillment centers and more!


The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Center for Innovative Pharmacy Education & Research (CIPhER) provides educators and education scholars with innovative, evidence-based professional development programs and support. CIPhER’s mission is to enhance the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences education, practice and research. Led by Director Jacqui McLaughlin, PhD, and Assistant Director Kathryn Morbitzer, PharmD, CIPhER strives to expand its impact on education through world-class programming, innovative research, and evidence-based training and support to the pharmacy academy and beyond.


As a nationally recognized provider of continuing education for healthcare professionals, ProCE (Providing Continuing Education) develops, delivers, and evaluates a broad range of accredited, cutting-edge CME and CE opportunities.

ProCE is dedicated to:
Identifying the educational needs of healthcare professionals;
Providing up-to-date, clinically relevant, and scientifically rigorous information;
Developing consistently high-quality activities that feature cutting-edge research, technological advancements, and practical updates;
Improving healthcare provider knowledge, competence, and performance;
Promoting excellence and accountability in the provision of health care, with the goal of optimizing patient outcomes.