Inclusion & Diversity at RPS

Our ambition for pharmacy

Inclusion and diversity in pharmacy

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society is serious about inclusion and diversity, both for our members and within our own organisation. 

We’re committed to making inclusion and diversity central to the profession, celebrating and encouraging diverse voices across pharmacy.

Central to this aim is our Inclusion and Diversity Strategy. This is a plan for, and by, pharmacy, with three priorities:

  • Create a culture of belonging
  • Champion inclusive and authentic leadership
  • Challenge barriers to inclusion & diversity.

This report is our public commitment to an ambitious inclusion and diversity programme 2020-2025, to create a workplace in which everyone can thrive and be themselves.

Claire Anderson, RPS President

We have heard what members of the profession have told us and recognise the importance of the professional leadership body taking meaningful action to improve a sense of belonging.

Claire Anderson
RPS President
Paul Bennett, RPS Chief Executive

Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems, come up with innovative solutions and create positive progress for the profession and our patients.

Paul Bennett
RPS Chief Executive

Pledge for Inclusion and Wellbeing

Sign our Pledge to demonstrate your support for a profession that's inclusive, celebrates diversity, creates a culture of belonging, and supports pharmacy teams’ health and wellbeing.

SIGN OUR PLEDGE

Already signed our pledge, but don’t know how to put it into action? We can help!

Inclusion for all

Find out more

ABCD Group

ABCD Group

Share our passion for inclusion and diversity? Join our group
Blogs

Blogs

Read our latest blog posts about Inclusion & Diversity
Pay gap information

Pay gap information

We report regularly on our gender, ethnicity and disability pay gaps at Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Working with the NHS

Working with the NHS

Our work with the NHS and APTUK on the Joint National Plan for Inclusive Pharmacy Practice.
Advocacy Asks

Advocacy Asks

Track our advocacy work on key issues to see what we're doing and what we've already done.
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Amandeep Doll is RPS Head of Professional Belonging.

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First Published: 29 September 2021
Updated: 28 January 2022