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University of Kentucky's Roberts, Fink
Receive 2002 KPhA Awards

By Jill Holder

 

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Roberts received a 2002 KPhA Professional Promotion Award, which recognizes an individual who exhibits outstanding efforts to demonstrate the importance of pharmacy as a health care profession and promotes proper application of pharmacists' professional services.

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July 18, 2002 (Lexington, Ky.) -- University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Dean Kenneth B. Roberts, Ph.D., and Joseph Fink III, J.D., UK vice president for Corporate Relations and Economic Outreach and professor of pharmacy, received Kentucky Pharmacists Association (KPhA) awards this past weekend.

Roberts received a 2002 KPhA Professional Promotion Award, which recognizes an individual who exhibits outstanding efforts to demonstrate the importance of pharmacy as a health care profession and promotes proper application of pharmacists' professional services.

Fink, who also serves as associate vice president for research at UK and is a professor of health administration and public health, received a 2002 KPhA Distinguished Service Award. The award is presented to an active or honorary life member of the association who has made significant contributions to the association and the profession over an extended period of time.


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