ESCP Fellowship

About ESCP Fellowship

ESCP Fellowship is awarded in recognition of continued excellence in clinical pharmacy practice and/or research. Nominees must have been a full member of ESCP for at least 5 years; must have been in practice for at least 5 years since receipt of their highest professional pharmacy degree; and must have made a substantial and sustained contribution to ESCP through activities such as presentation at conferences/symposia/meetings; service to ESCP committees, SIGs, or publications; or election as an officer.

Current General Committee (GC) members, however, are not eligible.

Fellowship nomination procedure

Fellowship candidates must be cast by two Full Members or any Fellow, GC member or any RESC chair. A nominating committee consisting of GC members will then propose eligible colleagues for decision within the GC. The selected Fellows will be awarded during ESCP's fall symposia. The nominations and outcome of the procedure are confidential, they are not open to discussion. The deadline for a nomination in any year is communicated to the members by email.

Criteria for nominations for ESCP Fellow candidates

1.         Fellowship is awarded in recognition of continued excellence in clinical pharmacy practice and/or research.

2.         Nominees must have been a full member of ESCP for at least 5 years; must have been in practice for at least 5 years since receipt of their highest professional pharmacy degree; and must have made a sustained contribution to ESCP through activities such as presentation at conferences/symposia/meetings; service to ESCP committees, SIGs, or publications; or election as an officer.

3.         Qualifying nominations for ESCP Fellow candidates must be cast by two Full Members or any Fellow, GC member or any RESC chair.

4.         The ESCP GC decides on the nomination by a majority of votes.

5.         The successful candidate(s) will be recognized during the ESCP fall conferences and announced in ESCP News.

6.         A list of fellows will be made available at the ESCP homepage.  

7.         Travel costs of the successful candidate(s) to attend the awarding ceremony shall not be reimbursed by ESCP.  

8.         The successful candidate receives a plaque and a certificate in recognition and may use the designation "FESCP".  

9.         An ESCP Fellow, who, subsequent to receiving the award, ceases to be an ESCP Individual Member, may not continue to use the designation FESCP.  

10.       Unsuccessful candidates may be re-nominated, provided all criteria are still met at the time of re-nomination.

11.       Nominations should be submitted to the ESCP International Office before the deadline communicated in the Call for nominations in the year in which the award will be presented, and should contain the following information:

a) Curriculum Vitae of the candidate (in English, not exceeding two A4/letter pages, sent by e-mail);

b) A statement of the reasons why the candidate has been nominated (in English, not exceeding two A4/letter pages, sent by e-mail), utilizing the following headings:

 I . Continued excellence in clinical pharmacy practice and/or research (including a list of - selected/most recent - peer-reviewed publications in the field of clinical pharmacy)  

II . Contribution to the advancement of Clinical Pharmacy (preferable in Europe)  

III . Services to ESCP



c) Name, address, e-mail and telephone number of the nominee.