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
  • 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.

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