Membership & Communities

Our members are individuals working in regulatory affairs all over the world. They come from a range of healthcare sectors, including regulatory bodies, academia, regulatory affairs consultancies, the pharmaceutical, veterinary and health technology industries, clinical research organisations and many others.

Membership updates

Upcoming events, offers and information specifically for TOPRA members. (Member log-in required)

Renew your membership

The membership renewal period for 2019 has now passed. To renew your membership please contact membership@topra.org.

Why join?

There are many reasons why regulatory professionals join TOPRA. One of the most important is that it signals to colleagues and employers a strong commitment to the regulatory profession. You become part of a diverse global community of regulatory professionals with defined values and standards of good practice.

Membership categories

TOPRA has a range of membership categories design for wherever you are in your regulatory affairs career - from students to longtime experts.

Join TOPRA

Sign up today and gain the benefit of TOPRA's resources for improving your professional practice and building your career.

Employer Champions

As of 2019, companies can now offer TOPRA membership to their regulatory affairs staff company-wide. 

Rules of membership

See the criteria for joining TOPRA, the rules for use of our special member designations, and more.

Our values

Learn about the values we ask of our members.

Communities

One of the main reasons for joining TOPRA is to network with other regulatory professionals from all over the world. We provide opportunities to exchange news, views and ideas face-to-face and online, formally and informally.

My communities

A list of the Special Interest Networks and local TOPRA In groups that you’re subscribed to. (Member log-in required)

'TOPRA In' groups

TOPRA In groups support regulatory professionals living and working in a country or region, providing a forum for discussion and local networking

Special Interest Networks (SPINs)

Mutual support for regulatory professionals working in the same specialist sector within regulatory affairs

Volunteering

Volunteer with TOPRA to increase your technical knowledge, extend your network and develop new skills