APhA-APPM William H. Briner Distinguished Achievement Award in Nuclear Pharmacy Practice
This award, named in memory of Captain William H. Briner, a pioneer in the development of the nuclear pharmacy practice specialty, recognizes the achievements of an individual who has made a significant contribution or sustained contributions to the provision of pharmaceutical care within nuclear pharmacy practice. Premier support for this award is provided by the National Association of Nuclear Pharmacies.
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The nominee for the APhA-APPM William H. Briner Distinguished Achievement Award in Nuclear Pharmacy Practice must be a pharmacist who is a member of APhA and an APhA-APPM Member who has made significant or sustained contributions to the practice area(s) represented by the section. In 2000, this award was renamed in memory of Captain William H. Briner, a pioneer in the development of the nuclear pharmacy practice. Preference will be given to section members. Self-nominations are allowed for this award. Remington Medalists are not eligible for the award.
The nominator is responsible for submitting a complete award nomination. The deadline for nomination materials is September 10 annually.Self-nominations are allowed for these awards.
The nomination is to include the following items:
A letter of nomination describing the most important achievements of the nominee and explaining why the nominee meets the criteria for the award
One letter of recommendation from someone other than the nominator is required, up to two letters are accepted
A current curriculum vitae or detailed resume
The selection is made by the APhA-APPM Nuclear Pharmacy SIG based upon careful review of the complete nominations and criteria as listed above. Particular attention will be given to the individual’s impact on the profession.
Nature of award
The award is presented at the APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition and consists of a crystal recognition piece. The recipient will also receive a complimentary APhA Annual Meeting registration and reimbursement for meeting-related travel expenses, according to current travel policies and up to the maximum amount budgeted by APhA.
2018 Duann V. Thistlethwaite
2014 Jeffrey P. Norenberg
2011 Kristina M. Wittstrom
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