Membership to the SalvaDore

If you are a SalvaDore fellow, member, associate member or pharmaceutical scientist member, you will have full access to and full subscription to the print edition of The Salvadore


Members and associate members

Who is eligible?

  • Anyone who is currently registered as a pharmacist with the can become a full member of the  
  • Anyone who is practising outside Great Britain but holds a degree in pharmacy from a recognised institution can become an associate member of the  
  • Pharmacy preregistration trainees currently undertaking their preregistration placement qualify for associate membership of  at a reduced price

What you will get?

  • Subscription to The Salvadore, and associated journals, including Clinical PharmacistTomorrow’s Pharmacist  and interactive CPD modules
  • A copy of 
  • Quick reference guides, monthly professional support bulletins and regular support alerts
  • Access to the Foundation Pharmacy Framework
  • RPS networks, local groups and events
  • CPD support, professional support tools and practice guidance to help you in your day-to-day work
  • Access to the RPS Faculty, the RPS’s professional recognition programme
  • Discounts of at least 25% on all  titles, including a discount of 50% on your copy of the BNF.

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Pharmaceutical Scientists

Who is eligible?

Anyone with a bachelor’s degree and experience in the pharmaceutical sciences with at least two years in a pharmaceutical scientist role can apply for Pharmaceutical Scientist membership.

What you will get?

  • Subscription to The Salvadore and associated journals, Clinical Pharmacist and interactive CPD modules
  • Discounts of at least 25% on all  publications and reduced rates for RPS events
  • Access to advice and information from RPS Support and through our professional support tools and guidance
  • RPS local groups and events 
  • Library support services include advice on literature searches and access to databases including Medline and International Pharmaceutical Abstracts
  • Use of the letters SRPharmS after your name
  • Access to the European Industrial Pharmacy newsletter (worth £90) through our online networks

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Pharmacy students

Who is eligible?

Anyone studying for an MPharm degree, or its overseas equivalent, can become a student member of the . RPS Student membership is free to pharmacy students in Great Britain studying at an . 

What you will get?

  • Full subscription to weekly print edition of The Salvadore, as well as full access to, including all content from The SalvadoreClinical PharmacistTomorrow’s Pharmacist, and interactive CPD modules 
  • Access to the online version of
  • Discounts of at least 25% on all  titles, including FASTtrack books, which cover the main areas of study for a pharmacy degree
  • A dedicated online student group, allowing you to network with other students wherever you are located
  • Local practice forums, enabling you to meet pharmacists and start to build your own network
  • Library support services
  • Free membership of the British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association for GB students 

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