Why should Healthcare Professionals join ACCP?
Thank you for your interest in an ACCP membership.
- Free access to the latest scientific research. Members have free online access to ACCP's high quality publications, The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, published for over 50 years, and Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development, introduced in 2012. eTOC notifications are sent for both journals, and the JCP eTOC highlights journal articles for Continuing Education credit and Editor's Choice articles. Archives of The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology dating back to 1961 and Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development since 2012 are available to Members.
- CME and CPE credits on selected articles in The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.
- Networking opportunities at the ACCP Annual Meeting and, for Students & Trainees, access to Mentors.
- Access to the ACCP Job Center to view jobs and post your resume.
- Discounted registration for the ACCP Annual Meeting, your source for current, interdisciplinary ACCME & ACPE-accredited Continuing Education programs in a live format.
- Opportunity to develop educational activities that make a difference by submitting proposals for ACCP educational events and getting involved in the clinical pharmacology community.
- Opportunity to enhance your leadership skills by volunteering for one of ACCP's many committees or by Mentoring Students & Trainees.
- Receive daily information on FDA notifications for Members who opt in to receive the FDANews Drug Daily Bulletin and routine recall/drug safety notices from FDA Medwatch.
- Receive routine updates from ACCP about developments in the field of clinical pharmacology and future ACCP events.
- Discounted registration fees for webinars.
ACCP membership runs on a calendar year, January to December. Dues renewal notifications are sent in September for the coming year. Persons joining mid-year should utilize the "Half-year" dues option. Please note that the "Half-year" option is only available the first year of ACCP membership. All future payments must be full-year payments.
Before you apply for membership, please note if any of the following apply to you:
- Been a Member of ACCP in the past;
- Have attended an Annual Meeting or Frontiers Meeting;
- Presented a poster at an ACCP Meeting;
- Participated as Faculty at an ACCP Meeting.
Please contact KLevy@ACCP1.org for existing profile and login information.
ACCP Membership categories provide membership options for all healthcare professionals.
Benefits of Membership
An application is not considered complete until all required documents have been submitted and acknowledged by the Executive Office. All applications must be submitted in full 30 days before the Board of Regents Meetings, the dates of which are noted below:
- February 8, 2015
- May 3, 2015
- September 26, 2015
- February 7, 2016
- May 1, 2016
- September 24, 2016
Member and Student Member applicants will receive approval and acknowledgement within ten business days of submission of final documents and may pay dues immediately.
Fellow applicants are approved by the Board of Regents at the February, May and September board meetings.
All new applicants will receive formal notification of approval by the Board of Regents after the February, May and September board meetings.
Upload required documents to KLevy@ACCP1.org.
Facilitating Membership in Developing Countries
In accordance with the globalization of health education and research, e.g., through world health programs such as the Health InterNetwork, there is an ongoing effort to improve worldwide access to health information of high quality. ACCP enjoys collegial ties within the global clinical pharmacology community and proudly boasts a substantial number of international members, including colleagues from developing countries who take advantage of ACCP's relevant educational programs and publications. A dues structure has been established for Members from developing countries categorized as low income or lower middle income by the World Bank and those fees are adjusted according to current economic conditions that are updated annually by the World Bank. This fee structure is economically feasible for ACCP by using electronic communications and documents, which are accessed by members in developing countries via the Members-only area of the College's website. Qualifications and requirements for membership can be found in the application materials. For those of you with qualified colleagues working in countries with developing economies, you can help advance the international clinical pharmacology community by promoting membership in ACCP. Dues for Developing Countries.