Theravance Biopharma’s Portal for Independent Medical Education Grant Requests

Grants are intended to support education and further development of scientific and medical information to benefit healthcare professionals and their patients.

Types of Grants:

  • Independent Medical Education (IME)
    • - accredited continuing medical education (CME) or non-CME
  • Healthcare facility in house programs (e.g. Grand Rounds)
  • Third-party scientific and educational conferences
  • Professional society or organization meetings
  • Health-related fellowships, scholarships, and other trainees
  • Patient education, web-based learning or print activities
  • Research and scientific activities
  • Community health-related projects

Entities eligible to apply for Grant consideration:

  • Institutions (e.g. hospitals, academic, community health)
  • Medical/Scientific associations, societies or trade groups
  • Patient Advocacy Organizations
  • Publishers (healthcare-related)

Grant Requests are reviewed by the Theravance Biopharma Grant Committee:

  • For a Grant Request to receive consideration, completed form (online) & required documentation must be submitted through this portal
  • Requests should be submitted no less than 60 days prior to program
  • Level of funding is determined at discretion of the Grant Committee
  • Decisions will be sent via email to address on the Request Form

Currently accepting Grants in the following therapeutic area:

  • Infectious Diseases - Bacterial

Grant support is not connected in any way to favorable recommendation, use, purchase, prescribing or support of current or future Theravance Biopharma product(s) or those of Theravance Biopharma’s partners or licensees.

New Applications are Not Being Accepted at this time

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Theravance Biopharma supports independent medical education that complies with FDA Guidance for Industry on Industry-Supported Scientific and Educational Activities (Nov. 1997); the American Medical Association (AMA) "Guidelines on Gifts to Physicians" and "Ethical Opinion on Continuing Medical Education"; PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals; and all applicable standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), as well as other accrediting agencies.