The BPSA are pleased to launch their annual freshers survey. This year, we’re also inviting responses from students in other years of study. 

The survey has now closed.

The survey examines the aspirations and expectations of pharmacy students as they set out on their journey to become a pharmacy professional. It explores themes such as pharmacist prescribing, the provision of seven day clinical pharmacy services, and what aspects of practice students are interested in training and working in. 

The results of the survey will help to inform the writing of a discussion paper on the aspirations and expectations of pharmacy students. The BPSA Executive hope to use this as a tool to engage with senior figures in the government and profession to properly represent your views and help to drive forward changes. Your opinion will help shape the future of the pharmacy profession.


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