One of the Association's primary responsibilities is to serve as an authoritative, trusted and respected source of industry information. It communicates to a diverse target audience that includes members, experts, policymakers, patients, donors, the media and the general public. A broad range of cultural and language differences make this particularly challenging. Through each of these efforts, core messages of safety and quality, the unique nature and value of plasma protein therapies and the importance of both donors and patients are continually reinforced. These efforts are executed through a suite of global print and digital and communications, branding initiatives, International Plasma Awareness week, conferences and professional outreach to the scientific, medical and policy communities.
In addition, PPTA staff publishes articles in medical and scientific journals, deliver presentations at professional conferences and symposia throughout the world. The Association also responds to requests from international print and broadcast media.
Presentations & Publications
The Source magazine, the flagship publication of the Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association (PPTA), is published quarterly and distributed globally.
PPTA Proudly Supports World Hemophilia Day 2017 +
Register now for the 2017 Plasma Protein Forum! +
The 2017 Plasma Protein Forum will be held Tuesday, June 13 - Wednesday, June 14 at the Washington Marriott Georgetown in Washington, D.C.
Registration for the Forum includes access to all general sessions, the exhibit hall and all Forum breaks (you must be registered in order to participate in any of the Forum activities).Read More
The Hilfenhaus Award conferred to Prof. Farkas at the IPPC 2017 +
The 2017 Hilfenhaus Award was bestowed to Professor Henriette Farkas, MD, Ph.D., DSc, during IPPC 2017 for her work related to treating those suffering from Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) and working to improve treatments and patients’ quality of life. She is professor of allergology and clinical immunology at the Hungarian Angioedema Center at Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary.Read More