2015 Election Statement: “My first term as President has been a rewarding experience. Working closely with the Board and staff of the Institute, we adopted four major goals through strategic planning, successfully advocated for retention of teaching history of pharmacy in pharmacy-education standards, pursued AIHP sponsorship by national pharmacy associations, and conceptualized a collaborative relationship with a new professorship in pharmacy history at the University of Wisconsin. I would find it a privilege to serve another term.”
2015 Election Statement: “The AIHP has long served as a vital resource supporting academic research as well as public outreach and education concerning the history of pharmacy and pharmaceuticals. I will seek to strengthen that role by encouraging efforts to bring historical perspective to bear on contemporary issues in pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences and support the continuation and expansion of AIHP’s archives and collections. My goal would be to work with fellow board members, AIHP’s staff, and core constituents to build additional support for the Institute and enhance programming that connects historians, pharmacists, and interested parties in the pharmaceutical industry.”
2015 Election Statement: I would like to see the Institute expand its mission to further encompass professional ethics, or in the words of founding Director, George Urdang, “to equip the pharmacist for citizenship in the world of . . . moral responsibility by making him familiar with the . . . humanistic ramifications of the profession.” This would allow the Institute to expand its membership to pharmacists and instructors interested in professional ethics.
2015 Election Statement:The financial foundation of the Institute must be solid and the income stream derived therefrom must be adequate and dependable if the Institute is to carry out its functions. Recent years have made both aims challenging. If re-elected I will continue to apply my interest and experience in budgeting and investing to oversee the financial resources and revenues that are needed to serve the needs of the Institute and its members.
2015 Election Statement: I am interested in a basic question: what kinds of things are considered ‘pharmaceutical,’ and how and why has that category changed over time? My vision would be to build bridges between the history of pharmacy and other fields. My current project is an attempt to do this by focusing on the contested boundary between ‘drugs’ and ‘medicines’—a pharmaceutical distinction that has reverberated broadly through society, culture, and politics in the 20th century.
2016 Election Statement: I believe my executive leadership skills combined with my personal passion for the history of medicines and pharmacopoeias will help guide AIHP in many new and exciting directions. It is our responsibility to ensure access to history through a variety of mechanisms so that future generations benefit from the knowledge, wisdom, and experiences of the past. We are at a critical juncture where AIHP must modernize its approaches to ensuring this access, and I can help make it happen.
For $65/year ($75/foreign)
For $130/year ($140/foreign)
Pharmacy Education Fund (Schools or College of Pharmacy)
AIHP is pleased to announce that Laura Phillips Sawyer, assistant Professor at Harvard Business School, has been selected to receive the 2016 Glenn Sonnedecker Prize for her article, “California Fair Trade: Antitrust and the Politics of ‘Fairness’ in U.S. Competition Policy.”Read More