Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
Company incorporated by Royal Charter
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Lambeth High Street, 1
London SE1 7JN
Ms Kimberley Shields
Ms Alina Lourie
Managing Director - Pharmaceutical Press
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society believes that pharmacists should be:
•The recognised professional member of the healthcare team responsible for choosing
•The universally accessible frontline clinical provider of all aspects of pharmaceutical care
•The healthcare professional entrusted by patients to take care of their every pharmaceutical need
•The recognised expert professional for medicines governance, information and management
•The guardian of patient safety and welfare, maximising the benefits of medicines and minimising the risks caused by adverse effects
•The leader in pharmaceutical innovation, research and developments of medicines, and of the delivery of pharmaceutical services
•The patient’s safeguard in the research, design, manufacture and supply of quality assured medicines
•The educator of all health professionals, the public and patients on the safe and effective use of medicines
•Accessible to all patients as a source of advice on health improvement and well-being
Any policy pertaining to pharmacy professional practice.
We influence at EU, UK, Scotland and Wales government.
We are also members of campaigning coalitions who influence government policy at those levels as well.
Approximately 200 people are employed by RPS who all contribute to the organisations interests and values.
1 person is employed for a maximum of 4 days a month and another is elected member for again 4 days a month to undertake activities set out in section 9.
|No accredited persons|
Same as above
RPS is a membership organisation
FIP - Federation International Pharmaceutical
PGEU - Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union
04/2013 - 04/2014
25,000 € - 49,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.
The organisation has also declared to be bound to the following other Code:
Solicitor's Code of Conduct