Who do we represent?
Our members represent over 90 per cent of the value of medicines sold to the NHS. We have over 150 members, who represent large, medium and small organisations, made up of innovative research-based biopharmaceutical companies, research organisations and those with an interest in the pharmaceutical industry operating in the UK.
Our expert members inform and influence our policy. Without our members we can’t play a pivotal role in ensuring that patients benefit from innovative medicines.
How we drive value for our members
Our membership is diverse, so it’s important we tailor your ABPI experience to your needs. Members can take part in the following ABPI activities and choose how best to engage:
Stay informed with industry developments through our regular industry monitoring and communications.
Join an expert network or working group focused on your interests and expertise according to their terms of reference.
Become an observer of a group to track group activities
Attend member events providing excellent opportunities for networking and sharing members’ views.
Keep up to date with topical industry issues by attending our master classes.
In the case of Full Members, join a senior level forum and share views with like-minded people.
Draw upon our expert ABPI staff to support and discuss issues of particular interest to you. Areas of expertise include: medical and innovation, manufacturing, regulatory, commercial, health technology assessment, pricing, legal, finance, media, government affairs, and communications.
Engage through exclusive access to our Extranet – the portal for regular and timely communications.
We offer three different types of membership: Full membership, Research Affiliate membership, General Affiliate membership.
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