Voting for the English and Scottish Pharmacy Board elections 2017 is now open. This is an opportunity for you to shape the future of your profession in your country.
For more information about the candidates, you can read their statements and watch their videos by following the links below:
You can submit questions to the candidates, and read their responses, on our dedicated National Pharmacy Board elections network. You can find out more about the candidates and read their letters to the PJ on the Pharmaceutical Journal website.
How to vote
If you are eligible to vote in the elections, you will receive an email, or postal ballot if requested, which contains instructions on voting, along with your unique voter code. Your voter code is different to your membership number.
If you opted to vote online (the default position) you should receive the email today from Royal Pharmaceutical Society ([email protected]). Please check your junk folder if it is not in your inbox.
Enter your voter number on the UK Engage website to vote in the elections.
However, if you opted to vote by post and have not received anything by 15 May, please contact the UK Engage Support Team by emailing [email protected] or by calling 0345 209 3770.
Four candidates in Wales were elected unopposed, so there is no voting taking place for the vacancies on the Welsh Pharmacy Board.
Voting closes at 5pm on 26 May, and the results will be announced on or about 31 May.