RPS will share â€˜key findingsâ€™ from membership survey
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) has said it will share the “key findings” of its survey with members.
The survey, which will give pharmacists, many of whom expressed disillusionment with the RPS in a recent survey by CIG Research, the chance to have their say on the professional leadership body.
There has been uncertainty as to whether the RPS will publish the survey’s findings in full and it did not ease that concern after telling ICP it would share with its members the “key findings.”
Emails are being sent to members by the independent research agency Chrysalis Research with a link to the survey, which the RPS said would be confidential. The survey closes on July 31.
“We will be sharing key findings with our members and using the results to continue improving how we deliver our mission and vision on their behalf,” the RPS said.
To encourage members to take part, the email promises entry to a prize draw and a chance to win a £50 Amazon gift voucher.
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