All-Party Pharmacy Group
Formed in December 1999 to raise awareness of the profession of pharmacy, and to promote pharmacists' current and potential contribution to the health of the nation.
British National Formulary
Information on the selection and clinical use of pharmaceuticals. Includes the latest edition of the BNF.
British Pharmaceutical Students' Association
The official student organisation of the British Pharmaceutical Society; with details of membership and benefits, events, resources, and professional development opportunities.
British Pharmacological Society
A learned society concerned with research into drugs and the way they work; offers information about membership and activities, education programmes, and professional resources.
European Medicines Agency
Responsible for issuing European marketing authorisation and for controlling the safety of medicines for human and veterinary use. Headquartered in London.
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine
A professional membership organisation that aims to advance the science and practice of pharmaceutical medicine; provides a guide to their training, examinations, professional development, and membership.
General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC)
The regulator for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises in Great Britain; describes their role, with news and events, and information about registration.
Publisher of pharmaceutical and health care journals such as MedicinesComplete. Includes information about books, journals and digital products.
Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland
The regulatory and professional body for pharmacists in Northern Ireland. Provides information about registration, with guidance for professionals and for the public and patients.
Independent charity working for pharmacists and their families and pharmacy students to provide help and support in times of need.
An online information site that offers information and product news to pharmacists.
The Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA)
Administers the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry’s (ABPI) Code of Practice for the pharmaceutical industry, covering product promotion to professionals and provision of information to the public. Describes their role, with a guide to making a complaint.