Membership

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Please join AIHP now by clicking the button above or by completing an AIHP Membership Application [pdf] to share in the exploration and preservation of pharmacy’s heritage. All our programs are funded entirely by the contributions of past and present members.

  • Special Offer for New Individual Members in the United States:
    Join and get three free books (Complete and return this .pdf form).

Benefits

In return for your membership support you will receive: 

  • Pharmacy in History, the Institute’s quarterly journal
  • A historical pharmacy calendar
  • A 40% discount on all of our publications: Textbooks, bibliographies, slide talks, & other materials
  • A.I.H.P. Notes with news for and by members

Your membership also supports AIHP’s vital programs and services:

  • Historical information service
  • Photographic/illustration service
  • Grant programs for graduate students, instructors, and researchers
  • Awards recognizing research and accomplishments in the field

Dues (Tax deductible):

AIHP CONTRIBUTION LEVELS

BEGINNING 1 DECEMBER 2016

Individual
Regular $65*
Contributor $130*
Patron $450
Sponsor $1,000
Life Member $5,500
Retired $50*
Student $30*

* outside of the US, add $10

Corporate
Regular $130* (Library/Museum/ Pharmacy/Non-profit)
Contributor $275*
Patron $550
Sponsor $1,000

* outside of the US, add $10

JStor Access

All past issues of Pharmacy in History have been digitized and are text-searchable at JSTOR. Many libraries provide access to JSTOR; or readers can purchase individual articles from JSTOR.

AIHP Individual members who join at the Contributor level or above receive complimentary access to the Pharmacy in History JSTOR archive. Individual members joining at the Regular level can purchase access to the Pharmacy in History JSTOR archive for an additional $10 per year.

For Libraries, Museums, and Institutional subscribers the historical archive of Pharmacy in History (with a three-year embargo) is available through JSTOR’s Arts and Sciences X Collection. Recent issues of Pharmacy in History (within the last three years) are available through JSTOR’s current scholarship program. Institutional subscribers must contact AIHP directly to arrange for access to recent issues of Pharmacy in History at JSTOR.

The AIHP is a non-profit charitable organization. Membership dues are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Individual regular membership dues are $65 ($75 if you live outside the United States). Payment can be made by check or money order in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank. The AIHP also accepts payment via Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express.

Become a member by mailing your payment and the completed Membership Application to:

AIHP
UW School of Pharmacy
777 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI  53705-2222

You may also email you completed Membership Application to:

membership@aihp.org

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For $65/year ($75/foreign)

Institutional/Corporate subscription
For $130/year ($140/foreign)

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For $275/year

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