PAS Award of Merit

 

The Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) Award of Merit recognizes pharmacists, individuals or organizations, who through their active participation have promoted the profession of pharmacy in Saskatchewan.

 

Eligibility

The nominee must have made a contribution to the profession of pharmacy in Saskatchewan

Any individual or organization may be nominated for the PAS Award of Merit 

The nominee does not have to be a pharmacist

 

PAS Award of Merit Recipients

  • 2017 - Amy Morris, Arlene Kuntz, 50 Years of Hospital Pharmacy Residency Training in Regina
  • 2016 - Tracy Price, Bill Semchuk, Medication Assessment Centre (Derek Jorgenson, Eric Landry)
  • 2015 - medSask (Karen Jensen), PACT (Janice Burgess)
  • 2014 - Bruce Schnell, Darcy Stann, Linda Suveges
  • 2013 - George Furneaux
  • 2012 - Loren Regier, Karen Jensen
  • 2009 - Janet Bradshaw, Julia Bareham, Nancy NcBean, Leah Butt, Jason Perepelkin 
  • 2008 - Shona Elder. Sandra Dufour, Shirley Paterson, Trent Paul

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