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TPA 2014 Award Winners

Bowl of Hygeia

May Woo

Recognizes a pharmacist who continually has demonstrated professional excellence and made significant public service contributions to their communities. Sponsored by the American Pharmacists Association Foundation, the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations and Boehringer Ingelheim.

Pharmacist of the Year

Carole Hardin-Oliver, R.Ph.

Recognizes a pharmacist who has made outstanding contributions to the Texas Pharmacy Association and its mission.

Excellence in Patient Outcomes

Michelle Beall, Pharm.D.

Recognizes an organization or company that has made outstanding contributions to advancing pharmacists' ability to improve patient outcomes. This honor recognizes exceptional achievement in public awareness, counseling and pharmacy services aimed at empowering patients to improve their health.

Excellence in Innovation

Nario Cantu, R.Ph.

Recognizes an individual who has demonstrated innovative pharmacy practice resulting in improved patient care and/or advancement of the profession of pharmacy. Sponsored by the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations and Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc.

Distinguished Young Pharmacist

Eric Ho, Pharm.D.

Recognizes a pharmacist who has graduated within the last 10 years and has demonstrated leadership excellence; made important contributions to their community and the Texas Pharmacy Association; and advanced the practice of pharmacy. Sponsored by Pharmacists Mutual.

Distinguished Student Pharmacist

Carolina Rodriguez, Pharm.D.

Recognizes a fourth-year pharmacy student who has demonstrated leadership excellence; made important contributions to their community and the Texas Pharmacy Association; and advanced the practice of pharmacy.

Distinguished Pharmacy Technician

Mary Kawar, CPhT

Recognizes a pharmacy technician who has demonstrated excellence and supported the advancement of the practice of pharmacy.

Distinguished Service Award

Paul F. Davis, R.Ph.

Recognizes an individual who has provided outstanding service to the pharmacy profession, the health care community, and the Texas Pharmacy Association.

Robert L. Hays Outstanding Consultant Pharmacist

Paul Lott, R.Ph., FASCP

Recognizes an individual who has demonstrated excellence in consultant pharmacy practice.

Student Advocacy Award

University of Houston College of Pharmacy

 

Award Criteria

To qualify, nominees for TPA awards must have made significant contributions to the profession which meet the criteria for the award and which align with the mission of the Association; be members of the Association in good standing; and be in good standing with the Texas State Board of Pharmacy.

 

Previous Winners

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