2018 Winner - Terry Hennache, France
2016 Winner – Rok Barle, Slovenia
"At first I didn't know if my research was appropriate for a competition such as EAHP-EPSA Student Science Award and whether I should apply or not but after some consultation with my supervisor I decided to take the challenge.
I am grateful for the opportunity to participate in such an event, because despite the time and hard work I had to put in the abstract and article, it was a very pleasant experience from which I have learned a lot.
If you like the field of Hospital Pharmacy and are working on something that you are proud of, I encourage you to take part in the competition and do not hesitate. After all, it's not about winning or losing - it's the participation that counts."
2015 Winner – Claudine Aziz, Ireland
Read more about Claudine's experience in the EPSA Newsletter on page 24.
"I would urge everyone to take this initiative. Research is hard work but it is rewarding and I would urge anyone who has undertaken any research or project that they are proud of to go for it, and to enter competitions like EAHP-EPSA Student Science Award. Believe in the unbelievable, which is what this experience has been like for me."
2014 Winner – Danika Agius Decelis, Malta
Read more about Danika's experience here and in the EPSA Newsletter on page 13:
"The EAHP-EPSA Science Award not only gives justice to the hard work I did, the months I spent going back and forth to the hospital to interview patients and the stressful days spent evaluating results, but it also rewards the great team of experts I had to guide me, without whom the research would not have been successful.
I encourage all students to do their best and submit their work for evaluation. It is a great privilege to be of help to fellow human beings and winning an award such as this crowns one's achievement. The joy, honour and pride one feels when his or her work is appreciated are beyond words."
You can also check out the video about the Award featuring 2014 winner as well.
2011 Winner - Mariana Fróis, Portugal
"Being proactive is a way of living that can only bring you positive outcomes. Those of you, who have gathered data or done research during your studies in a field that relates to hospital pharmacy, but haven't had the opportunity to write a scientific article, contact your professor or reach out to a researcher and ask for some help on it. Ask for their guidance and keep your motivation up. Journal of Hospital Pharmacy (EJHP) staff will provide you with the valuable reviews and layout editing prior to the publication of the article as well.
The writing of the article was challenging, but once completed it gave me a great sense of satisfaction!"