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P2 & P3 Prize Winners for 2015.

Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Integrated Pharmacy Programme (IPP) facilitator, Ginny Brailsford confesses “I’m a learn-aholic” at New Zealand’s National School of Pharmacy 2nd and 3rd year prize giving (Friday 26th February) at the Colquhoun Lecture Theatre, Dunedin Hospital.

Ginny tells the students “it’s ok to fail. It’s ok to make mistakes” encouraging students to grab opportunities with both hands and to “Accept all offers”.

Ginny is based in Christchurch working as a consultant and educator, and doing locum work and projects. She is the pharmacist on the multidisciplinary Primary Care Liaison Team, working at the interface between community and hospital.

Professor Stephen Duffull welcomed the students back and congratulated them on their achievements in the past year. Professor Duffull presented the awards to students, reminding them that “improving your own ability is the prize”.

Ginny Brailsford speaking to students
Guest speaker, Ginny Brailsford addressing the students at Prize Giving.

Speical Ward Winners for 2015

 

Student

Special Award

Criteria

Natalie FlemingNew Zealand Hospital Pharmacists' Association Syd Little Memorial PrizeHighest standard of achievement in Drug Delivery Systems and Drug Disposition and Pharmacokinetics
Helen LeeOtago Pharmacological Association PrizeBest Performance in Pharmacology
Abbey EvisonPharmacy Prize in Pharmacy Practice 3rd year (Douglas)Third year student with best achievement in the third year Professional Pharmacy Practice papers determined by results from the examination and course.
Abbey EvisonKen Campbell Memorial Prize in Pharmacy PracticeHighest standard of attainment in third year
Helen LeePharmaceutical Society of New Zealand PrizeHighest standard of performance in the pharmaceutical chemistry papers of Pharmacy programme
Ramon WongUniversity Book Shop Prize in Pharmaceutical ChemistryBest Performance in the pharmaceutics components of second year
Priyanki GandhiPharmacy Guild of New Zealand (Inc) Prize in Pharmacy Practice 2nd yearHighest standard of attainment in the Pharmacy Practice components of the second year of the BPharm programme
Paula SuttonToniq Prize for the Top Student in the Second Year of the BPharm Programme.

 Undergraduate Year 2 - Top Certificate Awards 2015

StudentPaper
Paula SuttonPHCY 219
Connor ColumbusPHCY 231
Paula SuttonPHCY 251
Ramon WongPHCY 254
Ramon WongPHCY 255
Hamish ThengPHCY 256
Brenna DownesPHCY 258
Brenna DownesPHCY 259
Priyanki GandhiPHCY 263

 Undergraduate Year 3 - Top Certificate Awards 2015

StudentPaper
Natalie FlemingPHCY 315
Helen LeePHCY 340
Eunice TanPHCY 342
Abbey EvisonPHCY 343
Hannah ArnoldPHCY 344
Olivia CoePHCY 345
Olivia CoePHCY 346


Congratulations to all School of Pharmacy students.

p2 and p3 2015 prize winners stand with certificate
P2 & P3 Prize Winners for 2015. From left: Priyanki Gandhi, Paula Sutton,Ramon Wong, Connor Columbus, Abby Evison, Natalie Fleming, Hannah Arnold and Helen Lee.