UKCPA Lifetime Achievement Award
The United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association is proud to invite nominations for the UKCPA Lifetime Achievement Award 2016. This prestigious award, now in its ninth year, aims to recognise outstanding contributions to clinical pharmacy practice.
The adjudication panel will be particularly keen to reward long term achievements in developing and promoting clinical pharmacy, innovation, research and development, publication and dissemination of good practice, and peer recognition.
Nominees should be proposed and seconded by members of the UKCPA.
Nominations should detail the nominee’s name and the reasons for the nomination in no more than 500 words. Nominees do not need to be members of the Association.
All nominations should be submitted to the UKCPA office for consideration by 30th September 2016.
The winner will be notified personally by the Chair of UKCPA and invited to attend the Association’s Conference in November 2016 as our guest.
It is customary that the winner makes a short acceptance speech during the presentation of the award at the conference dinner, highlighting their experiences and inspiring fellow practitioners to achieve great things in their careers.
Previous award winners
2015 (2 awards) Dr David Cousins, Head of Patient Safety, Healthcare at Home; and Laurence Goldberg, Pharmaceutical Consultant, LA Goldberg Ltd
2014 Graham Davies, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics at King’s College London and Head of Programmes for the Joint Programmes Board 2013 Professor Ian Bates, Chair of Pharmacy Education and Head of Educational Development at the UCL School of Pharmacy
2012 Dr Christine Clark, Editor, Hospital Pharmacy Europe
Last updated on: 18/11/2016
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