Individual Membership in ISPE is included in the registration for every annual ISPE. Attend the next meeting and, for current members, your membership will renew for another year, and for non-members, you'll automatically join for a year.
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The various membership categories and their definitions are shown below. Membership dues are on a price-per-year basis in US dollars. ISPE membership is a 12-month period starting January 1 and ending December 31 of each calendar year. ISPE does not prorate dues.
A person becomes an ISPE member by completion of the official ISPE membership application form and payment of applicable dues.
Members with at least five years of membership and over the age of 60, who retire from full-time employ without the intent to return (irrespective of whether they continue to consult, teach, or do research part time) may self-designate as "retired."
ISPE is committed to recognizing and advancing leadership in Pharmacoepidemiology. To that end ISPE created a special category of membership for its leadership to be designated: ISPE Fellow (FISPE). Fellow Status is awarded upon recommendation by a committee of peers and Board approval.
Fellows with more than five years of ISPE membership and over the age of 60, who retire from full-time employ without the intent to return (irrespective of whether they continue to consult, teach, or do research part time) may self-designate as "retired” and meet the definition of Fellow above.
Requires proof of registration in a FULL TIME graduate, post-graduate, or undergraduate program; or, proof of recent graduation, within three (3) years of the membership expiration date (December 31) of the renewal year.
Individual must be a citizen of and resident in a country ranked lower than Very High Human Development as classified by the current issue of the United Nations' Human Development Report index. Visit http://hdr.undp.org/en/content/latest-human-development-index-ranking to learn the classification of your country before applying for this membership category.