Working Parties

The BPSA has the ability to create 'Working Parties' to tackle a specific task that may require wider input from our members and alumni, or may take longer than one Executive year to complete. This allows the Executive to focus on their roles and move the Association forwards while allowing more complex tasks to be completed in a timely manner.

If you require any further information on Working Parties, then please contact the Secretary General at

Constitution & Regulations Working Party

Significant changes have happened within the pharmacy profession over the past three years and it is important that the BPSA stays abreast of these changes. In order for the BPSA to become reactive to these changes a review of the constitution and regulations was ordered. The Regulations Working Party is currently working to modernise the regulations, which define what we offer our members.

The Consititution Working Party presents its work at Annual Conference along with a list of recommended changes. The membership scrutinise these recommended changes and vote through final changes to the Association’s consititution, which become active after conference.

Would you like the opportunity to help shape the UK's largest student pharmacy organisation?

This year, the Constitution and the Regulations, the two documents which structure and guide the Association, are being reviewed to ensure that the work that the Association does is appropriate and relevant to people like you. We are looking for eager students and pre-registration trainee pharmacists to take part in this review process. 

So, whether you would like to take some time to work with us to research changes, to spend time writing and editing parts of the constitution and regulations, or even just like to give us some honest feedback about the way we work, we want you to get involved.

If you would like to get involved, please email for more information.

Please note, you do not need experience, and you do not need to have been involved with the BPSA before - sometimes a fresh set of ideas is what we need!

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