The Physiological Society aims to represent the interests of its members and the wider scientific community to government and policymakers. It also informs its members and the public on the nature and effects of the policy environment for science. The nature of policy activity means it is an ongoing conversation and a highly collaborative environment.
The Society’s work on policy aims to identify and act upon issues that are of importance to our Members and to physiology as a discipline. We engage with a number of stakeholders, both within and outside of Government, and policymakers, to promote physiology in science and education policy.