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ACCP Report - January 2019

FCCP Nominations Due February 15

ACCP’s 2018 class of fellows was introduced during the ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy Awards and Recognition ceremony last October. New fellows pictured are (back row from left) Darrel W. Hughes, Steven P. Dunn, Bryan L. Love, John Brock Harris, Christopher R. Ensor, G. Robert DeYoung, Melissa E. Badowski, Andrew J. Crannage, Marc H. Scheetz, and David T. Bearden; (middle row from left) Steven M. Smith, Chasity M. Shelton, Stephanie D. Nichols, Jeong Mi Park, Maya Campara, Joseph M. Swanson, Scott Bolesta, Diana M. Sobieraj, Chris M. Herndon, Aaron Cook, and Lingtak-Neander Chan; (front row from left) Katy E. Trinkley, Warren Rose, Emily P. Peron, Patricia R. Wigle, Emily L. Knezevich, Jennifer E. Stark, Suzanne G. Bollmeier, Kira B. Harris, Ashley H. Meredith, Allison B. Blackmer, Molly G. Minze, Christina M. Madison, and C. Edwin Webb.

Are you planning to nominate a colleague for Fellowship in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (FCCP)? Fellowship in ACCP recognizes excellence in the practice and science of clinical pharmacy and is awarded to individuals who have made sustained contributions to the College and who have demonstrated exceptional performance in clinical pharmacy practice and/or research.

To be considered for Fellowship, candidates must be nominated by two Full Members of ACCP, one Fellow of ACCP, or a member of the Board of Regents. Separate letters of recommendation are not required or considered in the evaluation process. Nominees for FCCP must (1) be Full Members of ACCP for at least 5 years, (2) have been in practice for at least 10 years since receipt of their highest professional pharmacy degree (Pharm.D. or B.S.), and (3) have made sustained contributions to ACCP.

Once the nomination period closes, eligible nominees receive e-mail notification of their nomination and are asked to submit the necessary application materials to be considered for recognition as a Fellow. Completed applications are reviewed by the Credentials: Fellowship Committee and are subsequently submitted for approval by the ACCP Board of Regents.

Fellow candidates undergo a comprehensive evaluation of their service to the College and their practice and research accomplishments. They must have made a substantial contribution to ACCP through activities such as presentations at College-sponsored meetings; service as a reviewer for ACCP, Pharmacotherapy, or the ACCP Research Institute/ACCP Foundation; contributions to College publications; service as a committee member; or contributions as a Practice and Research Network chair, chapter officer, or elected ACCP officer or regent. Practice and research criteria evaluated by the committee include examples of patient care service or educational programs developed by the nominee; certifications or other credentials earned; drug therapy management responsibilities; educational presentations; consultantships; service to publications; original research presentations, projects, funding, and publications; and other professional activities and awards.

Newly elected Fellows are inducted during the College’s Annual Meeting Awards and Recognition Ceremony and recognized at the Annual Fellows Dinner. Fellows may be recognized by the initials “FCCP” as a part of their title as long as they are ACCP members in good standing.

Nominations for FCCP are submitted online at The deadline for submitting nominations is February 15. For more information about nominating or becoming a Fellow of ACCP, please e-mail