We are delighted to announce our first one day ABPI Masterclass on PPRS, taking place on 16 May at the Royal Society, SW1.
The ABPI Masterclass on PPRS is designed especially for your team members in commercial and business roles who are involved with pricing, uptake, patient access schemes, distribution and horizon scanning. It will also be a really good introduction to PPRS for colleagues who just want to learn more about it. Our expert speakers include Alison Clough and Dr Paul Catchpole from the ABPI and industry specialists Chrissie Kimmons, Mike Wells and Richard Williams.The 2009 PPRS scheme included for the first time significant new chapters that now impact on broader commercial roles within companies – areas such as uptake, horizon scanning and Patient Access Schemes. PPRS no longer sits within any one area of a company and all commercial roles have a contribution to make to the scheme. The ABPI believes your business can benefit from your teams gaining a wider understanding across the issues today and an insight into Value Based Pricing and the future of PPRS in the UK.The cost is £400 excluding VAT for ABPI members, £600 excluding VAT for non ABPI members.
Venue: The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG Date: Monday 16 May, 10am – 4.15pm.
You can register for the ABPI Masterclass on PPRS on the ABPI Extranet PPRS One Day Masterclass page.
For Members – if you are already registered on the Events site or ABPI Extranet and have forgotten your password, please do not register again, click ‘I forgot my password’ on the login page and a new one will be sent out to you.
Please note that only 50 places are available for this Masterclass.We are launching a series of ABPI Masterclasses focusing on areas of significant strategic importance as our contribution to the education and up-skilling of pharmaceutical industry staff. An ABPI Masterclass on the detailed financial aspects of PPRS will be run in June 2011 – more details to follow.
For any further queries regarding this event please contact the Membership Engagement Account Director – 0207 747 1426.