Annual Dues for a Fellow are $325, which includes all Member Benefits.
The Retired Member category is available to those who have reached the age of 70 or will enter full retirement on or before January of the calendar dues year. Retired Members shall have no voting rights nor may they hold office, but shall otherwise receive full Member Benefits. Annual Dues for a Retired Member are $80.
Emeritus Members or Fellows:
Any Member or Fellow in good standing who has maintained 15 cumulative years of membership at the specific membership category with five of those years being continuous active engagement immediately prior to application for Emeritus, and who has reached the age of at least 65 may, upon request and following the approval of the Board of Regents, be relieved from the annual dues assessment while retaining the privileges of membership, with the exception of holding office.
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