RPS in Tayside

Welcome to the home of the RPS in Tayside
Hi, I'm Samantha Moodie, the RPS In Your Area coordinator for Tayside. 

Samantha Moodie, RPS Area coordinator for Tayside

What we do

We deliver practice development and hot topic events in Tayside.

We aim to support opportunities that meet the needs of all our members, from all professional backgrounds.

Working with the RPS team and local members, I:

  • Coordinate the delivery of local events
  • Develop RPS in Tayside as the focus for innovation, inter and intra-professional practice development, quality in practice and research
  • Support the development of RPS in Tayside as an opportunity for networking, mentoring and engagement in RPS professional programmes

Over the past 12 months, our events have covered topics including:

  • Diabetes
  • Revalidation
  • Antimicrobial stewardship

If you have a project or a local initiative you would like to share at an RPS event, please email us at [email protected]

Who I am

I’m Samantha and I am the RPS coordinator for Tayside. I studied at Robert Gordon University and have been working in Ninewells hospital as a rotational pharmacist since qualifying in 2017. I enjoy my current role very much, particularly when in clinical rotations. I have a passion for all things pharmacy and strive to continuously develop both personally and professionally in order to deliver the best possible patient care.

RPS has a mission to put pharmacy at the forefront of healthcare and a vision to become the world leader in safe and effective use of medicines – I am very excited to be a part of this! I have been interested in becoming part of the RPS since university; I look forward to facilitating interesting events and networking with pharmacists across various sectors in Tayside. Please feel free to get in touch with any questions or suggestions you may have.

How can I hear more from my local group?

It's easy - sign up for our events newsletter in your My RPS Communications Preferences.

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