Steven G. Avey Award Information
The Steven G. Avey Award (previously titled The Foundation Award for Achievement) was established in 2001 to recognize a healthcare professional for sustained, exemplary and distinguished service to the practice of managed care pharmacy.
Award recipients are acknowledged by their peers as visionary role models who have made significant and continuing contributions to the advancement of managed care pharmacy in clinical practice, research, education, public policy and/or administration. Individuals will have excelled in any or all of the following criteria: leadership, research, professionalism, advocacy, innovation and collaboration. Nominees are expected to demonstrate the qualities of the awards's namesake, Steven G. Avey, by exemplifying volunteerism, integrity and vision.
The candidate cannot be a current AMCP Board Director, AMCP Foundation Trustee, or employees of AMCP or AMCP Foundation. Candidates are not required to be AMCP members.
The Award may be given posthumously.
Anyone may nominate a candidate; self-nominations are also accepted. Four additional individuals must support each nomination. Nominees may also be asked for qualifying information.
Nominations will be carried over for a period of three total years (annual updates to existing nominations are permitted). Nominations on file can be put forward for future consideration beyond this three-year point window only if the entire nomination packet is re-submitted.
Nominations must be accompanied by the Steven G. Avey Award Nomination Form, the nominee's CV/resume and 500-word Nominee Background Information statement. Nominations may be submitted on at www.AMCPFoundation.org.
The final selection is made by the AMCP Past Presidents & Founders Advisory Council after initial screening and scoring conducted by the Steven G. Avey Award Committee. This Committee is appointed by the AMCP Foundation Board.
NATURE OF AWARD:
The award is presented annually during the AMCP Annual Meeting, at an event in which the Steve G. Avey Lecture is presented by the recipient. The honoree receives an engraved commemorative crystal award; his or her name is also engraved on a plaque permanently displayed at the AMCP and AMCP Foundation national headquarters. The AMCP Foundation provides the recipient reimbursement for reasonable travel expenses associated with the Annual Meeting. In lieu of travel reimbursement, the recipient may choose for the AMCP Foundation or any other non-profit organization, charity or school of pharmacy to receive the compensation.
2019 - Steven G. Avey, MS, RPh, FAMCP
2018 - Kim A. Caldwell, RPh
2017 - John P. Hopkins, RPh
2016 - Anthony P. Morreale, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, FASHP
2015 - Albert L. Carver, BS Pharmacy
2014 - Sean D. Sullivan, MS, PhD, RPh
2013 - Lowell T. Sterler, FAMCP, RPh
2012 - John Jones, FAMCP, RPh
2011 - C. Eugene Reeder, PhD
2010 - Norrie Thomas, MS, PhD, RPh
2009 - Robert Novarro, PharmD
2008 - David Eddy, MD, PhD
2007 - Darlene M. Mednick, PhD, RPh
2006 - Pete Penna, PharmD
2005 - Charles D. Pulido, RPh
2004 - John E. Ogden
2003 - Frederick Klein
2002 - Peter Solyom
2001 - Phil Nudelman