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FIP Awards

Recognition of outstanding contributions to pharmacy

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

Our 3-year award cycle can be found here.

In 2022 the following awards will be considered:

  • André Bédat Award (senior career)
  • FIP Distinguished Pharmaceutical Science Award (mid-career)
  • FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Education Recognition Award (early career)
  • FIP Distinguished Service Award
  • Honorary Member Award
  • FIP Fellowships across practice, science and education
  • Health Promotion Campaign Award (to a FIP member organisation)
  • Pharmaceutical Science Organisational Award (to a predominantly scientific member organisation)

In 2023 the following awards will be considered:

  • FIP Exceptional Pharmaceutical Education Award (senior career)
  • FIP Olivier Bugnon Award (mid-career)
  • FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Science Recognition Award (early career)
  • Joseph Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP
  • Honorary Member
  • FIP fellowships across practice, science and education
  • Health Promotion Campaign Award (to a FIP member organisation)
  • Pharmaceutical Science Organisational Award (to a predominantly scientific member organisation)

In 2024 the following awards will be considered:

  • Høst Madsen Medal (Senior career)
  • FIP Distinguished Pharmaceutical Education Award (mid-career)
  • FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Practice Recognition Award (early career)
  • Kamal K. Midha Award for Exceptional Leadership to FIP
  • Honorary Member
  • FIP fellowships across practice, science and education
  • Health Promotion Campaign Award (to a FIP member organisation)
  • Pharmaceutical Science Organisational Award (to a predominantly scientific member organisation)

Most awardees are announced at the annual FIP World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  Awards fall into the following categories:

Service

Science

Practice

Education

Other

Organisations

Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP

Kamal K. Midha Award for Exceptional Leadership to FIP 

FIP Distinguished Service Award 

FIP Fellowship Award

FIP Presidential Citation

 

Høst Madsen Medal (senior career)

FIP Distinguished Pharmaceutical Science Award (mid-career)

FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Science Recognition Award (early career)

 

André Bédat Award (senior career)

FIP Olivier Bugnon Award (mid-career)

FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Practice Recognition  Award (early career)

FIP Exceptional Award in Pharmaceutical Education (senior career)

FIP Distinguished Pharmaceutical Education Award (mid-career)

FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Education Recognition Award (early career)

 

Honorary President

 

Honorary Member

 

Life-long Member

 

Health Promotion Campaign Award

 

Pharmaceutical Science Organisational Award

 

Pharmaceutical Education Organisational Award

 

  

Honorary President
The FIP Council, on the proposal of the FIP Bureau, may award the title of “Honorary President” to former FIP presidents who have given exceptional service (FIP Statutes, Art.8.1). The title bestows honorary lifelong membership to FIP. Honorary presidents may attend Council Meetings but have no voting rights.

Honorary Presidents
2020 Dr Carmen Peña (Spain)
2014 Prof. Kamal K. Midha (Canada)
2002 Dr Dieter Steinbach (Germany)
1994 Dr Joseph A. Oddis (USA)

 

Prof. Kamal K. Midha (left) receives the Honorary President title from Michel Buchmann
Prof. Kamal K. Midha (left) receives the Honorary President title from Michel Buchmann

     

Honorary Membership
The FIP Bureau may award the title of “Honorary Member”, to persons who have rendered significant service to FIP. The award will be reserved for exceptional persons, and it is anticipated that it will not be awarded frequently.

FIP Rules of Procedure for Honorary Membership

Honorary Members
2012 Prof. Leslie Z. Benet (USA)
2011 Prof. Tsuneji Nagai (Japan)
2010 Dr John A. Gans (USA)
2000 Mr George B. Griffenhagen (USA)
2000 Dr Jo Eirik Asvall (Norway)
1999 Dr Lars-Einar Fryklöf (Sweden)
1998 Professor Patrick F. d’Arcy (United Kingdom)
1998 Professor Jacobus Polderman (The Netherlands)
1998 Ms Agathe Wehrli (Switzerland)
1997 Mr A. Scales (Canada)
1996 Dr J. Kohlberg (Israel)
1996 Dr Kok (The Netherlands)

  Prof. Leslie Benet received FIP's Honorary Lifelong Membership in 2012
Prof. Leslie Benet received FIP's Honorary Lifelong Membership in 2012
     

Life-long membership

People who have been individual members of FIP for over 30 years are recognised with “life-long membership”.

   
     

Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP
The purpose of the Joseph A. Oddis award is to recognise officers of FIP and individuals who have rendered exceptional and distinguished service to FIP.
Dr Joseph A. Oddis was FIP president from 1986 to 1990. He was also CEO of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists almost 40 years.

FIP Rules of Procedure for the Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP

Awardees
2019 Mr Andrew L. Gray (South Africa)
        Prof. Philip J. Schneider (USA)
2017 Prof. Henk de Jong (Netherlands)
2016 Dr Dieter Steinbach (Germany)
2015 Prof. Henri R. Manasse, Jr. (USA)
2014 Mr Colin R. Hitchings (UK)
2013 Dr Joseph A. Oddis (USA)

 

 

Dr Dieter Steinbach received the Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP
Dr Dieter Steinbach received the Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP

     

Kamal K. Midha Award for Exceptional Leadership to FIP

The purpose of the award is to recognise officers of FIP and individuals who have rendered exceptional leadership in pharmaceutical education, science and practice serving the mission of FIP. The award will be made on an ad hoc basis.

Rules of Procedure Kamal K. Midha Award for Exceptional Leadership to FIP

Awardees
2020 Prof. William N. Charman (Australia)

   
     

FIP Distinguished Service Award

This award recognises officers or employees of FIP who have rendered exceptional and distinguished service to FIP. The award is made on an ad hoc basis.

FIP Rules of Procedure for the Distinguished Service Award

Awardees
2017 Mr Howard Rice (Israel)
2014 Mr John A. Ware (Australia)
2009 Mrs Gretie Rolf von den Baumen (Netherlands)
2008 Mr Michael J.A. Rouse (USA)
2005 Mr Kal Chatto (USA) and Mr John Ferguson (UK)

  Mr John A. Ware receive the Distinguished Service Award
Mr John A. Ware receive the Distinguished Service Award 
     

FIP Presidential Citation
This award recognises an individual who has shown inspirational, intensive and outstanding dedication and contribution in leading, developing and implementing a significant activity of FIP. The citation is only presented on occasions of unusual merit.

FIP Rules of Procedure FIP Presidential Citation

Awardees

2017 Prof. Meindert Danhof (Netherlands)

 

Prof. Meindert Danhof receives the FIP Presidential Citation
Prof. Meindert Danhof receives the FIP Presidential Citation

     

FIP Fellowship Award
FIP fellowship recognises individual members of FIP who have exhibited strong leadership internationally, distinguished themselves in the pharmaceutical sciences and/or practice of pharmacy, contributed to the advancement of pharmaceutical sciences and/or practice or pharmacy, and who have served FIP. FIP Fellows may use the designation “FFIP.”

FIP Rules of Procedure FIP Fellowship Award

 

  FIP Fellows 2018


FIP Fellows 2018 

 

Awardees

2021

Prof. Patricia Acuna-Johnson (Chile)
Dr Dalia Bajis Al-Jasra (Bahrain)
Dr Mariet Eksteen (South Africa)
Dr Ian Larson (Australia)
Prof. Don Mager (USA)
Dr Jonathan Penm (Australia)
Dr Bernard Poggi (France)
Mr Olusola Solarin (Nigeria)

 

 

2020

Mr Jaime Acosta Gomez (Spain)
Dr Jill E. Martin Boone (USA)
Prof. William N. Charman (Australia)
Dr Martin Henman (Ireland)
Prof. Marilyn Morris (USA)
Dr Charlotte Rossing (Denmark)
Dr Vaiyapuri Subramaniam (USA)
Prof. Shigeo Yamamura (Japan)

2019

Dr Marwan El Akel (Lebanon)
Dr Sylvain Grenier (Canada)
Prof. Kurt Hersberger (Switzerland)
Dr Marianne Ivey (USA)
Ms Susan James (Canada)
Dr Robert Moss (Netherlands)
Dr John Pieper (USA)
Dr Lars-Ake Söderlund (Sweden)
Ms Carwen Wynne Howells (UK)

   

2018

Mr John Bell (Australia)
Prof. Tina Brock (Australia)
Mr Ulf Janzon (Sweden)
Dr Peter Kielgast (Denmark)
Mr Abdul Latif Sheikh (Pakistan)
Mr Jean Parrot (France)
Prof. Marion Schaefer (Germany)
Dr Dieter Steinbach (Germany)
Dr James Stevenson (USA)
Dr Boyan Todorov (Netherlands)
Prof. Toyin Tofade (USA)

2017

Prof. Lilian Azzopardi (Malta)
Dr Betty Chaar (Australia)
Mr Walter da Silva Jorge João (Brazil)
Professor Mahama Duwiejua (Ghana)
Ms Kirstie Galbraith (Australia)
Prof. Takuya Kumamoto (Japan)
Mr Luís Miguel Lourenço (Portugal)
Dr Arijana Meštrović (Croatia)
Mr Mike Rouse (USA)
Mr Paul Sinclair (Australia)
Prof. Bob Sindelar (Canada)
 

 

2016

Dr Ralph Altiere (USA)
Dr Michael Anisfeld (USA)
Dr Parisa Aslani (Australia)
Mr Thony Björk (Sweden)
Mr Timothy Chen (Australia)
Ms Manjiree Gharat (India)
Prof. Michiho Ito (Japan)
Ms Lindsay McClure (UK) 

2015

Prof. Claire Anderson (UK)
Ms Jane Dawson (New Zealand)
Prof. Jennifer Dressman (Germany)
Dr Linda Hakes (Germany)
Mr Dominique Jordan (Switzerland)
Prof. Jennifer Marriott (Australia)
Dr Rebekah Moles (Australia)
Prof. Hiroshi Suzuki (Japan)
Ms Agathe Wehrli (Switzerland)
Prof. Albert I. Wertheimer (USA)
Mr Nobuo Yamamoto (Japan)

   

2014

Col. Zheng-yu Chen (China)
Prof. Henk de Jong (Netherlands)
Prof. Ross McKinnon (Australia)
Dr Lucinda Maine (USA)
Prof. Tsuneji Nagai (Japan)
Mrs Jacqueline Surugue (France)
Dr Frans van de Vaart (Netherlands)
Mr Lee C. Vermeulen (USA)
Mr William Zellmer (USA)

2013

Prof. Ian Bates (UK)
Mr Andrew L. Gray (South Africa)
Prof. Wayne Hindmarsh (Canada)
Dr Tatsuro Irimura (Japan)
Prof. Kamal K. Midha (Canada)
Dr Carmen Peña-Lopez (Spain)
Prof. Geoffrey T. Tucker (UK)

 

   

2012

Dr Lowell Anderson (USA)
Dr Horst-Dieter Friedel (Germany)
Ms Mei-Ling Hsiao (China Taiwan)
Mr Niels Kristensen (Denmark)
Mr Warren Meek (Canada)
Mr Avi Moshenson (Israel)
Ms Ema Paulino (Portugal)
Dr Mario L. Rocci (USA)
Dr Hitoshi Sasaki (Japan)
Dr Leopold Schmudermaier (Austria)
Ms Eeva Teräsalmi (Finland)
Dr Régis Vaillancourt (Canada)
Mr Heinz-Günter Wolf (Germany)

2011

Dr Max Brentano-Motta (Switzerland)
Mr Mehmet Serif Boyaci (Turkey)
Mr Azubike Okwor (Nigeria)
Prof. Adel Sakr (Egypt)
Dr Eduardo Savio (Uruguay)

   

2010

 Prof. Daan J.A. Crommelin (Netherlands)
 Dr James T. Doluisio (USA)
 Prof. Mitsuru Hashida (Japan)
 Prof. Bert Leufkens (Netherlands)
 Prof. Philip J. Schneider (USA)
 Mrs Linda J. Stone (UK)
 Mr Thomas Thielke (USA)

2009

Dr Michel Buchmann (Switzerland)
Prof. Martin Schulz (Germany)
Prof. Stanley Shaw (USA)
 

 

 

   

2008

Ms Bente Frøkjær (Denmark) 
Dr Sabine Kopp (Switzerland) 
Prof. Henri R. Manasse, Jr. (USA) 
Prof. Peter Noyce (UK) 
Mr Prafull D. Sheth (India) 
Prof. Yuichi Sugiyama (Japan)

2007

Prof. S.I. (Charlie) Benrimoj (Australia)
Mrs Cynthia K. Brown (USA)
Dr John A. Gans (USA)
Dr Ross W Holland (Australia)
Mr Howard Rice (Israel)

   

2006

Dr Ryoji Konishi (Japan)
Prof. Tony C. Moffat (UK)
Dr Vinod P. Shah (USA)

 2005

Prof. Dominique Duchêne (France)
Prof. Hans Junginger (Germany)
Mrs Jane Nicholson (UK)
Prof. Hiroshi Terada (Japan)

   
     

Høst-Madsen Medal

The Høst-Madsen Medal is conferred in honour of Dr Erik Høst-Madsen, an eminent past-President of FIP. The purpose of the award is to recognise an exceptional research-active scientist who has made significant and outstanding contributions to the diverse field of pharmaceutical sciences, and contributions which have had impact on policy and practice. The award will be granted every three years at an annual FIP congress.

FIP Rules of Procedure for the Høst-Madsen Medal

Medallists

2021 Prof. Hideyoshi Harashima (Japan)
2019 Prof. Meindert Danhof (Netherlands)
2017 Prof. Mitsuru Hashida (Japan)
2015 Prof. Hans E. Junginger (Germany)
2013 Prof. Daan J.A. Crommelin (Netherlands)
2011 Prof. Malcolm Rowland (UK)
2009 Prof. Yuichi Sugiyama (Japan)
2007 Prof. Patrick Couvreur (France)
2005 Prof. Stanley S. Davis (UK)
2003 Prof. E. Mutschler (Germany)
2001 Prof. L.Z. Benet (USA)
1999 Prof. R. Borchardt (USA)
1997 Prof. A. Florence (Great Britain)
1995 Sir D. Jack (Great Britain)
1993 Prof. Dr. D. Breimer (Netherlands)
1991 Prof. Dr. M. Gibaldi (USA)
1989 Prof. P. Speiser (Switzerland) & Prof. J. Swintoski (USA)
1986 Prof. T. Nagai (Japan)
1984 Prof. G. Schill (Sweden)
1982 Prof. A. Beckett (Great Britain)
1980 Prof. J. Polderman (Netherlands) & Prof. R. Paris (France)
1978 Prof. G. Levy (USA)
1974 Prof. M. Guillot (France)
1972 Prof. J. Wagner (USA)
1970 Prof. H. Flück (Switzerland)
1968 Prof. R. Ruyssen (Belgium)
1966 Prof. E. Bamann (Germany)
1964 Prof. M. Janot (France)
1962 Prof. K. Mothes (Germany)
1960 Prof. J. Büchi (Switzerland) & Prof. S. Schou (Denmark)
1958 Prof. R. Fabre (France)
1955 Prof. E. Høst Madsen (Denmark)

  Høst-Madsen Medal 
     

FIP Distinguished Pharmaceutical Science Award - New
The purpose of the award is to recognise an outstanding research-active scientist who has made significant contributions to the diverse field of pharmaceutical sciences. The award will be granted every three years at an annual FIP Congress.

Rules of Procedure for the FIP Distinguished Pharmaceutical Science Award

   
     

FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Science Recognition Award - NEW
The purpose of the award is to recognise an outstanding early career individual who has made important contributions to their field of pharmaceutical sciences at a national level, and who is emerging internationally. The award will be granted every three years at an annual FIP Congress.

Rules of Procedure FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Science Recognition Award

   
     
      

André Bédat Award
The purpose of the award is to recognise an exceptional pharmacist, who has made significant contributions to pharmacy at an international level and will be awarded every three years at an annual FIP Congress.

Rules of Procedure for the André Bédat Award

Nomination form André Bédat Award

Awardees

2020 Prof. Martin Schulz (Germany)
2018 Prof. Lloyd Sansom (Australia)
2016 Dr Ana Martinez (USA)
2014 Dr Thomas Lönngren (Sweden)
2012 Prof. Charles D. Hepler (USA)
2010 Prof. S.I. (Charlie) Benrimoj (Australia)
2008 Prof. Albert I. Wertheimer (USA)
2006 Mrs Gloria Niemeyer-Francke (USA)
2004 Mr John A. Bell (Australia)
2002 Dr Nils-Olof Strandqvist (Sweden)
2000 Mr Joep Winters (Netherlands)
1998 Mr D. Sharpe (United Kingdom)
1996 Mrs M. Bickle (Australia)
1994 Dr J. Oddis (USA)
1992 Mr A. Russell (Australia)
1990 Prof. E. Ogunlana (Nigeria)
1988 Mr P. Peckre (France)
1986 Mr A. Bédat (Switzerland)

  Lloyed Sansom
Dr Lloyd Sansom receives the André Bédat Award
     

FIP Olivier Bugnon Award - (New)
The purpose of this award is to recognise an outstanding pharmacist, who has made significant contributions to pharmacy within their field of practice at an international level. The award will be granted every three years at an annual FIP congress.

Rules of Procedure for the FIP Olivier Bugnon Award

   
     

FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Practice Recognition Award (New)
The purpose of the award is to recognise an outstanding early career pharmacist who has made important contributions to their field of practice at a national level, and who are emerging internationally. The award will be granted every three years at an annual FIP Congress. 

Rules of Procedure for the FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Practice Recognition Award

   
     

FIP Exceptional Award in Pharmaceutical Education - (New)
The purpose of this award is to recognise an outstanding educator who has made significant and outstanding contributions to the diverse field of pharmaceutical education, and contributions which have had impacts on policy, practice and research related to education at an international level. The award will be granted every three years at an annual FIP congress.

Rules of Procedure for the FIP Exceptional Award in Pharmaceutical Education

   
     

FIP Distinguished Pharmaceutical Education Award - (New)
The purpose of this award is to recognise an outstanding mid-career educator who has made significant contributions to the field of pharmaceutical education that have also impacted the practice of pharmacy. The award will be granted every three years at an annual FIP congress.

Rules of Procedure for the FIP Distinguished Pharmaceutical Education Award

   
     

FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Education Recognition Award - (New)
The purpose of this award is to recognise an outstanding early career individual who has made important contributions to their field of pharmaceutical education at a national level, and who is emerging internationally. The award will be granted every three years at an annual FIP congress.

 

Rules of Procedure for the FIP Early Career in Pharmaceutical Education Recognition Award

   
     

Health Promotion Campaign Award
This award recognises a health promotion campaign developed and run by an FIP member organisation (or one of its chapters). The award is presented each year.

Rules of Procedure Health Promotion Campaign

Nomination form 2022

Awardees

2021

  • “Virtual carnival” of health promotion - The Pharmaceutical Society of Singapore

2020

  • Mental Awareness campaign / Pharmacy by the YPG of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria

2019

  • Pharmacists in action (Project Global well-being) by the Federal Council of Pharmacy Brazil

2018

  • My pharmacist knows me, I sign up" Chose today your family pharmacist!”, by the Association of Pharmacists Belgium (APB)


2017

  • PharmaSuisse for their campaign “No to colorectal cancer – a campaign in the Swiss pharmacies” (Switzerland)
  • Korean Pharmaceutical Association for their “Education Campaign for Appropriate Drug Use” (Republic of Korea)


2016

  • Ordem dos Farmacêuticos de Portugal for “Uso do Medicamento - Somos Todos Responsáveis” (Medicines use — We are all responsible)
  Association Pharmaceutique Belge
Frank Crasson accepts the Health Promotion Campaign Award on behalf of the Association Pharmaceutique Belge
     

Pharmaceutical Science Organisational Award - (New)
The purpose of this award is to recognise a campaign, project or programme that promotes and/or supports the role of pharmaceutical scientists and science in healthcare. The award will be presented biennially at the annual FIP congress.

Rules of Procedure for the FIP Pharmaceutical Science Organisational Award

Application Form 2022

   
     

Pharmaceutical Education Organisational Award - (New)
The purpose of the award is to recognise an educational programme or innovation that promotes excellence in learning and teaching in any discipline of pharmacy. The award will be presented biennially at the annual FIP congress.

Rules of Procedure for the FIP Pharmaceutical Education Organisational Award

   
     

Past Awards

Distinguished Science Award - (No longer given)
This award was made to an individual or group who made an outstanding contribution to pharmaceutical sciences. It was awarded every two years.

Awardees

2018 Prof. Bert Leufkens (Netherlands)
2016 Prof. Shinji Yamashita (Japan)
2010 Prof. Hideyoshi Harashima (Japan)
2008 Dr Jennifer Dressman (Germany)
2006 Dr Gordon L. Amidon (USA)
2004 Prof. Toshio Honda (Japan)
2000 Dr Aquiles Arancibia (Chile)
1999 Dr Kathleen M. Giacomini (USA)
1998 Dr Mitsuru Hashida (Japan)
1997 Prof. Meindert Danhof (Netherlands)
1996 Prof. Patrick Couvreur (France)
1995 Prof. Vincent H.L. Lee (USA)
1994 Prof. Yuichi Sugiyama (Japan)

  Prof. Shinji Yamashita receives FIP's Distinguished Science Award
Prof. Shinji Yamashita receives FIP's Distinguished Science Award
     

Lifetime Achievement in Pharmaceutical Science Award - (No longer given)
The purpose of this award was to recognise an individual who had, over many years, contributed to the development of the pharmaceutical sciences and who had been engaged with the work of FIP, with evidence of sustained and recognised contributions.

Awardees

2014

Prof. William N. Charman (Australia)
Prof. Guowei Sang (China)

2012

Dr Sabine Kopp (Switzerland)
Dr Vinod P. Shah (USA) 

2010

Prof. Hans E. Junginger (Germany) 

2008 

Prof.  H.L. Bhalla (India)

2006 

Prof. Atilla A. Hincal (Turkey)

2004

Dr Stig L. Agurell (Sweden)

2002

Dr Pierre Potier (France)
Prof. Hiroshi Terada (Japan) 

2002

Dr Pierre Potier (France)
Prof. Hiroshi Terada (Japan) 

2002

Dr Pierre Potier (France)
Prof. Hiroshi Terada (Japan) 

1998 

Prof. Emeritus William C. Bowman (UK)

1997

Prof. William I. Higuchi (USA)

1996

Prof. Toshio Nambara (Japan)

1995

Prof. E. Mutschler (Germany)

1994

Prof. Gerhard Levy (USA)

 

   

Distinguished Practice Award(No longer given)
The FIP Distinguished Practice Award was made to an individual or group who had made an outstanding contribution to pharmaceutical practice.Itwas awarded every two years.

Awardees

2021 Prof. James Stevenson (USA)
2019 Prof. Olivier Bugnon (Switzerland)
2017 Ms Jane Dawson (New Zealand)
2015 Dr Régis Vaillancourt (Canada)
2013 Prof. Martin Schulz (Germany)
2011 Dr Marianne F. Ivey (USA)
2009 Mr Colin R. Hitchings (UK)
2007 Ms Jane Nicholson (UK)
2005 Mr Joao Silveira (Portugal)
2003 International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation in recognition of the NEEMA Project
1999 Pharmaciens Sans Frontières (Pharmacists without Borders)
1998 Prof. Helga Möller (Germany)
1997 Dr Charles D. Hepler (USA)
1996 The EuroPharm Forum
1995 Mr Jan Leschly (UK)
1994 Prof. Lars G. Nilsson (Sweden)

 

Distinguished Practice AwardDistinguished Practice Award

     

FIP Lifetime Achievement in the Pharmaceutical Practice Award - (No longer given)

The purpose of this award was to recognise an individual who had, over many years, contributed to the development of the practice of pharmacy and who had been engaged with the work of FIP, with evidence of sustained and recognised contributions.

Awardees

2015

Prof. David K. Raynor

2013

Dr William Zellmer (USA)

2011

Prof. Th. (Dick) F.J. Tromp (Netherlands)

2009

Dr Jaldo de Souza Santos (Brazil)

2007

Professor Dr Zoltán Vincze (Hungary)

2005

Mr Hans-Günter Friese (Germany)

2001

Mr Peter V. Rollason (Zimbabwe)
Mr Robert J. Osterhaus (USA)

1999

Mr Mathis Gundersveen (Norway)

1998

Professor Dr Ernst-Dietrich Ahlgrimm (Germany)

1997

Professor Boonardt Saisorn (Thailand)

1996

Mrs Gloria Niemeyer Francke (USA)

1995

Professor Helmuth Binder (Austria)

1994

Professor Károly Nikolics (Hungary)

   
     

Pharmacy Practice Improvement Programme Award(No longer given)

This award recognised a programme developed and run by a FIP member organisation (or one of its chapters) during the previous year, aiming to improve (or expand) pharmacy practice with some innovative vision of the pharmacist’s role. The award was presented every year.

Rules of Procedure for the Pharmacy Practice Improvement Programme Award:

Awardees

2021

  • Portuguese COVID-19 crisis management initiative - The National Association of Pharmacies (ANF), Portugal

2020

  • National quality improvement programme on compounded medicines by the Association of Pharmacists Belgium
  • (APB)Adherencia MED: adherence management service by the General Pharmaceutical Council of Spain

2019

  • Abem Programme, run by Dignitude Association from the Associação Nacional das Farmácias (ANF Portugal)
2018
  • Project IMPACT Immunizations from APhA (USA)
  • Nursing Homes Pharmaceutical Care Program from the Pharmaceutical Society of Singapore (Singapore)

2017 

  • The KNMP for their programme “The First Time” (the Netherlands)

2016

  • Pharmaceutical Society of Australia for their programme “the Health Destination Pharmacy”

 

  Gerben Klein Nulent accepts the Pharmacy Practice Improvement Programme Award
Gerben Klein Nulent accepts the Pharmacy Practice Improvement Programme Award on behalf of the Koninklijke Nederlandse Maatschappij ter bevordering der Pharmacie (KNMP)
Last update 29 July 2022

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