IFAPP is comprised of the leading professional associations in the fields of Pharmaceutical Medicine and medicines development. These National Member Associations (NMAs) pay dues to support IFAPP’s work and guide its efforts by participating in its working groups and naming representatives to IFAPP’s House of Delegates.
If you wish to contact any NMA below please get in touch with:
3443 BP Woerden
Phone: +31 6 2291 1039
Chamber of Commerce: 30224375
The National Member Associations are listed below in alphabetical order by continent and country.
Japanese Association of Pharmaceutical Medicine (JAPhMed)
President: Kazuya Iwamoto
Delegate: Chieko Kurihara
Korean Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine (KSPM)
President: Seong-Sik Kang
Delegate: Younglm Kim
Philippine College of Pharmaceutical Medicine (PCPM)
President: Jonas Policarpio
Delegate: Chinnie Tan
Association of Pharmaceutical Medicine Singapore
President: Ajay Tiku
Delegate: Alan McDougall
Gesellschaft für Pharmazeutische Medizin (GPMed)
President : Johannes Pleiner
Delegate: Ghazaleh Gouya-Lechner
President: Erik Present
Delegate: Koen Raeymaekers
Bulgarian Association for Drug Information (BADI)
President and Delegate: Tatyana Benisheva
Asociace Farmaceutické Medicíny (AFM), Z.S.
President: Ondrej Slanar
Delegate: Jiri Paseka
Danish Association of Pharmaceutical Physicians (OLE/DAPP)
President and Delegate: Frank Bringstrup
Finnish Association of Pharmaceutical Physicians (SuLL/FiAPP)
President: Juhana J. Idänpään-Heikkilä
Delegate: Kristiina Kuismanen
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Pharmazeutische Medizin e.V. (DGPharMed e.V.)
President: Holger Adelmann
Delegate: Simone Breitkopf
Hellenic Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine (ELEFI)
President: Varvara Baroutsou
Delegate: Veronique Schaaf
Hungarian Society of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology
Section of Pharmaceutical Medicine
President: Kerpel-Frónius Sándor
Delegate: Kata Mazalin
Association of Pharmaceutical Physicians of Ireland (APPI)
President and Delegate: Anthony Chan
Società Italiana di Medicina Farmaceutica (SIMeF)
Italian Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine
President: Marie-Georges Besse
Delegate: Salvatore Bianco
Dutch Association for Pharmaceutical Medicine (NVFG)
President: Marc Kaptein
Delegate: Kwinten Bosman
Associação dos Médicos Portugueses da Indústria Farmacêutica (AMPIF)
President: Paula Martins de Jesus
Delegate: Ana Rita Lima
Societatea de Medicina Farmaceutica din Romania (SOMFAR)
President and Delegate: Beniamin Tabacaru
Asociación de Medicina de la Industria Farmaceutica Española (AMIFE)
President: Isabel Sánchez-Magro
Delegate: Anna Jurczynska
Swiss Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine (SGPM/SSPM)
President and Delegate: Martin Traber
Swiss Association of Pharmaceutical Professionals (SwAPP)
President : Frank van den Ouweland
Delegate: Dorothee Heer
Turkish Working Group of Pharmaceutical Medicine
President: Zafer Guney
Delegate: Ilker Gelisen
Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Farmacêutica (SBMF)
President: Helio Osmo
Delegate: Charles Schmidt
NMA BEST PRACTICES
Interested in learning about the pharmaceutical industry in other parts of the world? IFAPP's NMAs and Individual Affiliates (see below) can post about their experiences and share best practices.
IFAPP will be delighted to receive news and updates from NMAs from around the world to exchange experiences and information from their respective countries. For posting such information, please get in touch with email@example.com. Such information will then be posted in News & Posts.
EXAMPLES OF NMA ACTIVITIES
Philippine College of Pharmaceutical Medicine
ECPM Diploma Course in Pharmaceutical Medicine
In addition to NMAs IFAPP is represented by Individual Affiliates in the following countries:
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, China, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, South Africa, Switzerland, The Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, UK, and USA.
IFAPP values global networking and is keen to learn about innovative and best practices. IFAPP also looks forward to receiving applications from colleagues to become Individual Affiliates.
Individual membership is open to all those who wish to be part of and contribute to the international community of Pharmaceutical Medicine and drug development sciences.
You may choose to become an Individual Affiliate in addition to your membership in your NMA as that would enable you to vote at General Assembly meetings (but not at the House of Delegates meetings which you could not do as a member of an NMA unless you are the national delegate in the House of Delegates).
As an Individual Affiliate you can also be elected to the Board of Directors. In addition you can obtain Professional Certification with specific credentials and use of post-nominal letters.
The annual fee of individual IFAPP membership is 30 Euro for those residing in Europe and 30 USD for those residing in other parts of the world.
To learn more about the process involved in becoming an individual IFAPP member, you may also request our Standard Operating Procedure for Individual Affiliation.
To apply for membership, please request the Application to become an Individual Affiliate form from the Secretariat as below, fill it in and email it together with a copy of your Curriculum Vitae.
We look forward to working with you!