APhA Logos for APhA-ASP Chapters
The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) represents more than 62,000 practicing pharmacists, scientists, student pharmacists, and other interested members who share the common vision of ensuring safe medication use and advancing the profession of pharmacy. The message of APhA is strongest when it is consistent, meaning all communication from the Association should have a unified image and purpose. This consistency reduces the potential for confusion among prospective audiences while reflecting positively on the Association.
Communications Style Guide
The Communications Style Guide was created specifically for the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) to help student chapters present themselves and the Association in a manner that is clear and consistent with the Association’s goals and objectives. Every member of APhA is responsible for its image and is charged with upholding its mission of improving medication use and advancing patient care.
APhA and APhA-ASP Logos
The list of icons and logos below are approved for use by official APhA-ASP Chapters in any publications related to the Association, including print and electronic media. The graphics provided by APhA may not be altered in any way. The logo or wordmark may be superimposed on an appropriate background as long as it does not detract from the logo or affect its quality. Please note that the black and white version of logos are not a grayscale version of the color logo and must be used in its approved form.
- APhA Logo Icon
- APhA Logo with Tagline
- American Pharmacists Month Logo
- National Patient Counseling Competition Logo
- PharmFlix Logo
- Patient Care / Community Outreach Project Logos
- Generation Rx
- Operation Diabetes
- Operation Heart
- Operation Immunization
- OTC Medicine Safety