We will use the postal address you have provided to contact you with information about your membership, for example, we'll send you a letter reminding you when you need to renew your membership.
We will also send Members their regular copy of the Pharmaceutical Journal through the post. Those who’ve requested it will also receive a monthly copy of the Clinical Pharmacist.
In addition, we may send mailings informing you of upcoming events or publications that might be of interest to you.
We use email to keep you updated on the latest news from the Society and to provide you with information on the services we offer, as well as to contact you with information about your membership.
E-news is the Society’s award-winning monthly newsletter, providing our members with the latest developments from the Society and all the news from the profession direct to their inbox. We also send a daily email (Mon-Fri) highlighting a brief synopsis of that days relevant health stories mentioned in the national press called Today's Headlines.
Support alerts and e-alerts (for new guidance etc.) are sent via email address, to ensure you’re kept updated about any potential issues in real-time.
If you use our Networks, you may receive notifications about new posts, and replies to existing threads.
Students will receive a digital copy of the PJ via email every week, as well as the monthly newsletter Get Involved!
Additionally, we might email you to let you know about upcoming events and publications that might be of interest to you.
Occasionally, we may telephone you to discuss support enquires or your membership application/renewal.
Managing your preferences
If you'd like to update any of your details, such as your address, phone number or email address, you can do this from My Profile.
You can manage your communication preferences online for e-News, e-Alerts, Today's Headlines, support alerts, event marketing, publishing offers, general marketing, and the PJ Community Matters supplement. To change any of these settings, simply go to Communications in the Preferences section of our Members' area. You can also edit your preferences for online groups notifications on the Networks updates page.
For any communications not in the above lists or if you are not a member, please contact our Support Team on 0845 257 2570 to change your preferences.
Since March 2013, Professional Matters no longer appears in the PJ in its traditional format, as we introduced a new weekly feature called Your RPS. Previous editions of Professional Matters will continue to be available to our members through PJ Online.
Members can also download previous editions of Pharmacy Professional, which published its final issue in January 2011.