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APhA Awards and Honors Program

APhA Awards and Honors Program:

The APhA Awards and Honors Program is the profession’s most comprehensive recognition program. Over the years, APhA has recognized numerous individuals, organizations and schools/colleges of pharmacy for their contributions to advancing the profession of pharmacy. Through its awards program, APhA believes it can stimulate research, practice innovations, quality publications and leadership development that will improve medication use and advance patient care.

 

2018 APhA Awards and Honors Program Timeline:

June 1, 2017:  APhA nominations process opens

June 1 - September 1, 2017:  Nominations accepted via online submission. Nominations will not be accepted by any other means. 

December 2017:  Award recipients notified

March 16 - 19, 2018:  2018 APhA Award recipients recognized in Nashville, TN

Provided below is a listing of Profession-wide, Practitioner, and Scientific awards that APhA presents. Learn more about each award by visiting its webpage.


Profession-Wide, Practitioner, and Scientific Awards Offered by APhA:

Profession-Wide Awards:

Practitioner Awards:

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Scientific Awards:

Students and faculty, learn more about APhA-ASP Awards & Scholarships.

Interested in learning about the most recent recipients? Review the 2017 APhA In Recognition of Excellence Awards Booklet.

If you have any questions regarding the APhA Awards Program, you may reach the APhA Awards administration staff at awards@aphanet.org.

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