One-to-One Support We’re your first port of call for member enquiries. We focus on supporting pharmacists in their daily practice and professional development.

Call 0845 257 25700207 572 2737 (Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm)

Email [email protected]

Meet the Support Team

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Our support team are all fully-qualified pharmacists and pharmacy advisers drawn from across the profession.

From left to right:

Sabes is a senior professional support pharmacist, who joined the RPS in 2014 with experience as a community pharmacist and a teacher-practitioner. 

Jordan joined RPS in 2018, having previously worked in community pharmacy in England and Scotland. 

Ivana joined the RPS in 2015, after completing her PhD and post-doctoral studies in pharmaceutical science.

Yogeeta joined RPS in 2015, previously working in various sectors of pharmacy, and currently works part-time as a clinical pharmacy lecturer.

Rachel has worked predominantly in community pharmacy – both multiples and independents - in Wales and England, but has also worked in a GP practice, for a trade organisation, for a private clinic and NHS111.

Regina has a background in community, GP practice as a prescriber, and has worked for organisations such as the NPA and PSNC.

Ask us about:

  • Careers - newly qualified, returning to practice or changing sectors.  
  • Clinical (in collaboration with UKMi)
  • Pharmacy practice – legislation changes, guidelines, reclassifications
  • Ethics - dilemmas, legal and professional issues
  • GPhC-related guidance 
  • Medicines optimisation and polypharmacy
  • Medicines sale, supply and storage 
  • MEP
  • Best practice and standard
  • Pre-registration and student queries
  • Prescribing
  • Prescription queries – vet, specials, CD, private, repeat, requisitions, EEA, labelling, administration
  • Revalidation
  • Sector specific – including hospital, community, industry, GP practice, urgent care, care homes
  • Travel medicines
  • And more.

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