Join our Membership and Fellows committees

We’ve got opportunities for you to help guide and support us in our decision-making through our Membership committee and Panel of Fellows.

There are now vacancies in both of these committees and you’re invited to get involved!  We encourage applications from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic candidates and people of all abilities to ensure both committees are broadly representative of the profession.

You don’t need to have been qualified for a particular period to join the Membership Committee, or have a particular length of service as a Fellow to apply for the Panel. Applications received for the roles will be anonymised to help improve the impartiality of our assessment processes.

Join our Membership Committee

Members help to guide and support our membership by:

  • Reviewing non-standard membership applications and existing memberships
  • Reviewing membership applications which may constitute special circumstances
  • Participating in the disciplinary process and delivering an appeals process.

Find out more and download the application form.

Join our Panel of Fellows

Our Panel of Fellows designates Members as Fellows. We aim for inclusion of members from academia, industry, NHS/hospital, primary care and community practice from England, Scotland and Wales.

Members of the Panel of Fellows must be existing Fellows. They should also:

  • Be active in the profession
  • Have a wide knowledge of the Society and its membership
  • Be able to make an objective assessment of distinction and leadership in pharmacy and pharmaceutical care amongst candidates put forward for consideration.

Find out more and download the application form.

For applications to either of these groups, please send your completed application form along with your CV to [email protected] by 9am Friday 20 August.


Renew for 2022

Your dedication to patient care has made us proud during 2021.

That's why you can count on us to represent your interests and support your efforts every step of the way in 2022.