For lifetime achievement to the profession of pharmacy and to NJPhA.
This award honors President-Emeritus Rosario J. Mannino, and is given for meritorious service to the profession of pharmacy and the New Jersey Pharmacists Association.
Sponsored by past President and PAC Chairman Andrew J. Preston, this award is presented to an NJPhA member exhibiting outstanding effort in the political arena to benefit the profession and our patients.
Presented to an academician who has performed outstanding service for our profession and NJPhA.
Presented to a consultant pharmacist who has shown meritorious service and dedication to the practice of pharmacy.
Authorized by the Board of Trustees, the Mortar and Pestle Award is given to an individual who is not a pharmacist, but who by virtue of his or her activity, has contributed to the profession of pharmacy and the public-at-large.
This award recognizes outstanding community service work by an NJPhA member in the preceding year or years.
Presented to an outstanding pharmacist who has worked for the profession of pharmacy and who graduated in the past ten years. This award is presented to a pharmacist who best meets the following guidelines:
- Licensed and in good standing to practice in New Jersey
- Current membership and participation in NJPhA
- Degree in Pharmacy received within the last ten years
- Participation in national pharmacy associations, professional programs, state association activities, and/or community service
Presented to a representative of the pharmaceutical industry who has advanced the profession through educational efforts or support to the profession.
This award is presented to a practicing pharmacist who has demonstrated exemplary service to his/her patients and the community.
Presented to an NJPhA Pharmacy Technician member in recognition of Individual excellence and outstanding service to the pharmacy profession.
Valuing the leadership qualities of pharmacists in our state associations, this NCPA-sponsored award is traditionally given to incoming state association Presidents.
Sponsored by Upsher-Smith Laboratories, LLC, and administered by NASPA this award is given to a practicing NJPhA member and pharmacist within New Jersey who has demonstrated innovative pharmacy practice resulting in improved patient care.
Sponsored by National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA) to a living, NJ Association member and licensed pharmacist who has compiled an outstanding record of community service that, apart from the practice of pharmacy, reflects well on the profession. Service may include involvement in governmental activities separate from, or in addition to, his or her job. The nominee must not be a current serving officer of the association.
Dr. Kilmer, a former NJPhA president, established the concept of research at Johnson and Johnson that became a standard for much of the pharmaceutical industry. He was a prodigious writer who valued articulate writing as a means of improving the pharmacy profession and the health of our citizenry. Though Dr. Kilmer’s bequest to recognize excellence in pharmacy writing by a member was depleted many years ago, the award has been given since 1938. All members, with the exception of educators and laboratory workers, are eligible.