Women in Pharma

Women in Pharma® (WIP) is a community that provides women in the pharmaceutical industry a forum for connecting and collaborating on technical and career advancement topics. The community’s activities, which include mentoring, making resources available across all levels, educational sessions, and social and networking opportunities, help women in the industry achieve career success and work-life balance.

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Think Tanks are meant to mobilize expertise and ideas to influence processes and procedures and help address global issues – a concept perfectly in line with the goals and mission of ISPE, the pharmaceutical industry’s largest not-for-profit association committed to connecting over 20,000 peers...
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As a part of taking care of yourself, one must risk something. For me, taking a risk can be scary. I get nervous, anxious, and, at times, begin to doubt myself. Then I remember why I’m taking a risk and what the potential rewards will be, and confidently move forward with my decision.
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The Women in Pharma Steering Committee Discuss Biases for International Women’s Day Looking back on my career, I can honestly say, with a genuine smile, that, I am completely satisfied. I want for nothing, and for that I am overwhelmingly grateful and incredibly proud.
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Oxana Pryanichnikova is the Vice-Chair of ISPE Eurasian Affiliate with intensive involvement in the foundation of local ISPE organization since 2018. She is the Chief Business and Operating Officer of DXDO with more than 20 years in Software and Hardware Sales, Track&Trace projects, Business...
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ISPE Women in Pharma® (WIP) wants to kick off the new year by focusing on your journey in taking care of your total self. Whether it is your professional or personal mission to better yourself, Women in Pharma® will provide programming and support this year. We are supporting women and men globally...
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Complimentary Learning Level: Basic Session Length: 1 hour Confidence is one of the most pressing challenges for women leaders, and yet, to succeed, confidence matters as much as competence. There is strong evidence...