Independent Community Pharmacist (ICP) has launched a survey to find out what community pharmacists think about the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS).

The survey will gauge attitudes towards the professional leadership body, satisfaction with its performance, if it meets the needs of individuals, if members feel they get value for money and why non-members have not joined.

Responses are invited from RPS members, non-members and past members to give them a chance to have their say on how the RPS can improve and how it can do more to help them. Pharmacists should send their request to participate in the survey to

The survey has been commissioned by CIG Research, a division of Communications International Group, the publishers of ICP.



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