FIP Awards

FIP feels it is of utmost importance to support and recognise individuals who, through their vision and committment to their profession, are making outstanding contributions to the fields of pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical sciences. As such, each year FIP honours those who have demonstrated commendable work and dedication in areas which parallel the overall FIP mission of advancing pharmacy practice, science and education for the betterment of global health.

Award winners are announced and welcomed each year at the Opening Ceremony of the FIP Congress.

Background

In previous years the FIP Foundation for Education and Research recognised outstanding achievements in the fields of Pharmaceutical Practice or the Pharmaceutical Sciences by granting Awards. At the Bureau Meeting of 3 September 2004 , it was decided that as of 2005 these Foundation awards would become FIP Awards.

Types and Hierarchy of FIP Awards 

 

Honorary President

The Council, on the proposal of the Bureau, may award the title of: Honorary President to former Presidents of FIP who have given exceptional service to FIP. Honorary Presidents may attend Council Meetings, but have no voting rights.
FIP Statutes – article 8.1: Honorary Member

Current Honorary Presidents

 

Honorary Member

The Bureau may award the title of Honorary Member, to persons who have rendered significant services to FIP. The award will be made to persons who are not eligible to be individual members of FIP. The award will be reserved for exceptional persons, and it is anticipated that it will not be awarded frequently. The governing rules for granting this award are described in FIP Rules of Procedures:
FIP Rules of Procedure for Honorary Membership
Previous Honorary Membership Awardees

 

The Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP

The purpose of the award is to recognise officers of FIP and individuals who have rendered exceptional and distinguished service to FIP.The award will be made on an ad hoc basis. The governing rules for granting this award are described in FIP Rules of Procedures:
FIP Rules of Procedure for the Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP
Previous Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP Awardees

 

Distinguished Service Award

The purpose of this award is to recognise officers and employees of FIP who have rendered exceptional and distinguished service to FIP. The award will be made on an ad hoc basis. A call for nominations for this award will not be formally issued. However, the General Secretary, Sections, Special Interest Groups, Board of Pharmaceutical Practice and Board of Pharmaceutical Sciences may submit nominations to the FIP Executive Committee, that outline the contributions of the candidate to FIP. Such nominations should not normally be submitted later than 1st April of the year in which the award will be made. The governing rules for granting this award are described in FIP Rules of Procedures:
FIP Rules of Procedure for the Distinguished Service Award
Previous FIP Distinguished Service Awardees 

 

FIP Fellow (FFIP)

The purpose of the award is to recognise individual members of FIP who have exhibited strong leadership internationally, who have distinguished themselves in the pharmaceutical sciences and/or practice of pharmacy, who have contributed to the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences and/or practice or pharmacy, and who have served FIP. FIP Fellows may use the designation “FFIP.” The governing rules for granting this award are described in FIP Rules of Procedures:
FIP Rules of Procedure FIP Fellow (FFIP)
Previous FIP Fellow Awardees

 

Høst-Madsen Medal

The Høst-Madsen Medal is the highest Pharmaceutical Science award of FIP and will be awarded every two years, (in the odd years), at an annual FIP Congress. The governing rules for granting this award are described in FIP Rules of Procedures:
FIP Rules of Procedure for the Høst-Madsen Medal
Previous Host Madsen Medallists

The Høst Madsen Medal has been made possible by support of Danmarks Apotekerforening, the Association of Danish Pharmacies.

 

Distinguished Science Award

This award is made to an individual or group who has made an outstanding contribution to Pharmaceutical Sciences, and will be awarded every two years, (in the even years), at an annual FIP Congress. The governing rules for granting this award are described in FIP Rules of Procedures:
FIP Rules of Procedure for the Distinguished Science Award
Previous FIP Distinguished Science Awardees

 

André Bédat Award

The André Bédat Award is the highest Pharmaceutical Practice award of FIP and will be awarded every two years, (in the even years), at an annual FIP Congress. The governing rules for granting this award are described in FIP Rules of Procedures:
FIP Rules of Procedure for the André Bédat Award
Previous André Bédat Winners
Nomination form André Bédat Award

 

Distinguished Practice Award

This award is made to an individual or group who has made an outstanding contribution to Pharmaceutical Practice, and will be awarded every two years, (in the odd years), at an annual FIP Congress. The governing rules for granting this award are described in FIP Rules of Procedures:
FIP Rules of Procedure for the Distinguished Practice Award
Previous FIP Distinguished Practice Awardees 

 

Health Promotion Campaign Award

The purpose of this award is to recognise a health promotion campaign developed and run by a member organisation of FIP (or one of its chapters).
The award will be presented every year at the annual FIP congress.
FIP Rules of Procedure Health Promotion Campaign
Nomination form
Previous winners

 

Pharmacy Practice Improvement Programme Award

The purpose of this award is to recognise a programme developed and run by a member organisation of FIP (or one of its chapters) during the previous year aiming at improving (or expanding) pharmacy practice with some innovative vision on the pharmacist’s role.

The award will be presented every year at an annual FIP congress.
FIP Rules of Procedure for the Pharmacy Practice Improvement Programme Award
Nomination form
Previous winners 


Special Awards

FIP has the possibility to install special awards in designated pharmaceutical areas. The award recognises outstanding achievements of individuals in these designated pharmaceutical areas.