In 2007 ISPE developed The “Certified Pharmaceutical Industry Professional” (CPIP) credential which was created to enhance the capabilities of pharmaceutical professionals, organizations working in the industry, and the industry’s ability to provide life-saving drugs to society.
In September of 2013, the ISPE Board of Directors made the decision to transition the CPIP program to a recertification program, closing the program to new applicants after November 30, 2013, permitting those already engaged in preparation to complete the certification by June 30, 2014, and permitted those who held the CPIP credential to retain the credential if they met the recertification requirements in effect at the time.
ISPE’s certification program, CPIP, has completed the transition to a re-certification program as of 30 June, 2014. CPIP is no longer open to new candidates. Existing CPIPs must continue to meet Recertification requirements to maintain the credential.
Visit www.ispe-pcc.org for complete information on the Certified Pharmaceutical Industry Professional (CPIP) credential.
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