ISPE Announces Call for Proposals

October 22, 2010

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ISPE Announces Call for Proposals

The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE), a global not-for-profit association of 22,000 pharmaceutical science and manufacturing professionals, is calling for proposals for content to be included in a variety of the Society’s educational activities and resources. By participating, pharmaceutical professionals from around the world have a chance to have a positive impact on their industry.

“Our core purpose is to help prepare our members to lead global change in the pharmaceutical industry,” said ISPE president and CEO Bob Best. “To achieve this goal, we rely on industry professionals to share their knowledge and experiences with our Members through our numerous educational programs. Not only does this enhance these professionals’ credentials, but it allows their knowledge and ideas to influence the future of the pharmaceutical industry.”

ISPE is now using one single submission form for all topics that may be considered in its Online Learning (webinars, online courses, etc.), Continuing Education, Training, Technical Documents, publications, Knowledge Briefs, and e-letters. Submissions are expected to shed light on current, topical issues, and address knowledge gaps within the pharmaceutical science and manufacturing industry.

While content proposals are welcomed at any time, submissions intended to be considered for ISPE’s 2011-2012 programming must be received by December 1, 2010. Download the ISPE Proposal Form at For more information, visit and click on Education and Training/Overview. Proposals are welcomed from both individuals and groups.

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