The healthcare regulatory landscape has changed dramatically in the past decade. TOPRA has adapted to the challenges of a fast-moving technological environment and members’ changing expectations.
Individuals and businesses now conduct most of their activities online. TOPRA’s comprehensive member engagement database and portal allows members to become part of an online regulatory community. This enables members to manage their membership online; interact with their colleagues in Special Interest communities; access resources, such as Regulatory Rapporteur; register on courses; and now record their continuing professional development.
As a membership organisation, TOPRA’s primary role is to support its members. It does this by investing in its support team which includes a mix of highly experienced regulatory professionals and personnel from a background in association management, who have the skills and experience to provide responsive and relevant services to members. Leading the organisation is the TOPRA Board who are regulatory professionals elected by members with support from many teams of member volunteers involved across all TOPRA activities.
Listening to members
TOPRA 2020 is a culmination of members and stakeholders’ feedback and suggestions. It sets out broad strategic and practical objectives for the next three years – a time period that will see major political, technological and economic challenges to the regulatory environment in Europe but also across the world.