USP 2020 Convention Meeting

USP's 2020 Convention will take place during a milestone year, our 200th anniversary. Join us in May 3-6, 2020 to celebrate the legacy of trust we've built together and the continued work we're doing to positively impact lives now and into the future.

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Celebrating our past. Exploring our future.
Celebrating our past. Exploring our future.

On May 3-6, more than 500 experts from across the healthcare community will come together to launch the next 200 years of USP’s work to help build trust in medicine. Convention Members like you are critical to the impact we create together. You share your organizational perspective, contribute your expertise and experiences, and bring your passion and commitment.

The USP Convention is a unique and powerful network of Member Organizations from across the healthcare continuum, uniting to advance access to quality medicines. The 2020 Meeting of the USP Convention will be a pivotal moment – where we’ll honor our past accomplishments and look to the future, challenging ourselves to do even more to protect patient safety.

In addition to helping to shape USP’s impact through governance responsibilities such as electing the new Board of Trustees and Council of Experts, adopting the Resolutions for the next five-year cycle, and amending the USP Bylaws, Convention Delegates will participate in dynamic programming throughout the event. You’ll collaborate on shared priorities, hear from visionary speakers, and help celebrate USP’s anniversary and our shared accomplishments. Watch for exciting programming announcements over the coming months.

Power in Numbers

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Experts from industry, government, non-profits and academia
 
Countries Represented
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2015 Convention Meeting Attendees
 
Days until the 2020 Convention Meeting

An opportunity to connect

Perspectives from past attendees

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Sharing Our Story at TEDMED
Sharing Our Story at TEDMED

As the Trust CoLab yields new insights about how trust in medicine and healthcare will evolve, we’ll share our findings with you and the greater TEDMED community in March 2020. Stay tuned to learn more about how you can be part of this exciting conversation.