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RPS Awards 2017 nominees announced

We’re pleased to announce this year’s nominees for the RPS Awards.

We’re pleased to announce this year’s nominees for the RPS Awards. A panel of judges have reviewed all of the entries received and decided upon a shortlist of the best of the best.

Achievement in Local Engagement

  • Rafia Jamil
  • Thorun Govind
  • Viral Doshi

Excellence in Education

  • Elaine Thomson and Fiona Reid
  • NICPLD (Director – Professor Colin Adair)
  • Viral Doshi

Excellence in Pharmaceutical Science

  • Andrew Lewis
  • Helen Barker
  • Paul Dalby
  • Yvonne Perrie

Innovation in Quality Improvement

  • Bernadette Brown
  • Emily Rose
  • Murtada Alsaif
  • Ruth Murdoch (on behalf of the clinical services pharmacy team)

Leadership in Pharmacy

  • Ian Bates
  • Nazia Hussain
  • Viral Doshi

Patient Champion

  • Ade Williams
  • Dave Edwards
  • Lindsay Fairbrother

Pre-registration Trainee of the Year

  • Jennifer Inch
  • Nia Higgs
  • Stephen Messham
  • Zahra Abdul-Hussain

Student of the Year

  • Bethany Jane Cameron
  • Joshua Wells
  • Siew Fern Agnes Wong
  • Vanessa May Turner

Team of the Year

  • Bedminster Pharmacy Bristol
  • CVMOT
  • Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Ealing GP Pharmacy Team
  • Save the Children (Global Pharmacy Team (GPT))

Harrison Medal

  • Dr Hannah Batchelor
  • Prof. Molly Stevens
  • Prof. Ryan Donnelly

Congratulations to all those nominated! The winners will be announced Sunday 3 September at our awards ceremony, following on from the first day of our Annual Conference in Birmingham.

Register now to join your peers in celebrating the fantastic achievements of teams and individuals across pharmacy and pharmaceutical science.

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