Become a member

We have a wealth of knowledge and experience at the Society.

Full membership of the Society also gives you the annual Regional Symposia registration at a nominal price (see further information below), newsletters, email alerts and members' website containing important pharmacy announcements and our advocacy on your behalf that brings new opportunities, new services and government support.

Enjoy the day to day benefits of membership by registering using the login button above or download an application form.

New Members

Please use the following forms.

New member application form 2017

Trainee Technician Application Form

Renewing members

Your renewal invoice has already been raised and is available on your personal dashboard. You are not required to fill in an application form.

For instructions on how to access your renewal invoice and payment options please click here.

Types of Membership



Type of membership Benefits of Membership

Full membership

full participation in the ENHANCE re-certification programme

membership of your local branch

access to College courses at discounted rates

practice advice and support on all aspects of pharmacy

subscription to the Society's newsletters and email alerts

access to members' content on the website and the Pharmacy Practice e-Handbook

representation and advocacy work with government, DHBs and health sector organisations

online access to a suite of prestigious international journals and Pharmaceutical Press publications

discounted price for the Society's regional symposia

Intern membership

receive the same benefits as full members together with access to the EVOLVE Intern training Programme.

Limited membership

of the Society is available to pharmacists who are retired, overseas or non-practising. Limited members receive the same benefits as full members without the ENHANCE programme.

Technician membership

receive the same benefits as full members, without the ENHANCE programme.

Complimentary membership

of the Society is available for School of Pharmacy students and trainee technicians for the duration of their study programmes.



Pharmacist members are entitled to use the MPS post nominal.