House of Delegates Sessions, July 24-27, Anaheim, California

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House of Delegates Sessions, July 24-27, Anaheim, California


FIRST SESSION

Sunday, July 24, 2016

1. Speaker of the House of Delegates Evan Robinson called the House to order at 10:00 a.m.

2. Speaker Robinson introduced the head table and announced Lawrence M. Brown would serve as the 2016 Parliamentarian and that the Speaker, Parliamentarian and House Secretary Lucinda L. Maine were available for consultation on matters coming before the House throughout the meeting.

3. Credentials Committee Chair Anandi Law reported the presence of a quorum in the report of the Credentials Committee. Two hundred and thirty four (234) of the 270 authorized delegates were seated.

4. Speaker Robinson noted that sessions would be conducted according to the current House Rules of Procedure and agenda contained in the Rules with the current edition of Roberts Rules of Order. He called for a motion and a second to adopt the agenda for both sessions of the 2016 House of Delegates and the motion was adopted unanimously.

5. Karin Bolte, Health Policy Director at the National Consumers League, announced the winning schools for the 2016 Script Your Future Medication Adherence Challenge were announced as follows:

* National Award Winners to further advance community medication outreach University of Charleston School of Pharmacy University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

* Health Disparities Focused Award to further advance community medication outreach Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) College of Pharmacy

* Media/Communications Outreach Award to further advance community medication outreach University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy

* Creative Interprofessional Team Event Focused Award to further advance community medication outreach

University of Maryland School of Pharmacy

6. Speaker Robinson called upon Jason Ausili, Director, Faculty Scholars and Academic Outreach from the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation, to make announcements related to several programs of the Foundation.

7. Diana Courtney, Director Student and Professional Affairs and Committees for the National Community Pharmacists Association, announced the finalists for the NCPA Business Plan Competition. The 2016 finalists were the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy; the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy; and the University of Texas--Austin College of Pharmacy.

8. On behalf of the leaders of the Association of Faculty of Pharmacy of Canada Speaker Robinson shared a brief update on the Association as Harold Lopatka, EVP, and AFPC President Ann Thompson were traveling to the meeting. He then introduced AACP President-elect Joseph T. DiPiro to provide his address. His remarks framed the proposed 2016-19 AACP strategic plan and announced the chairs and charges for the standing and special committees that will advance AACP member priorities in the year ahead.

9. Speaker Robinson announced the passing of the following pharmacy educators and then called for a moment of silence in their memory:

*   Peter Ambrose                University of
                                 California San Francisco
*   Amy Anderson                 University of Connecticut
*   Walter D. Conway             University at Buffalo,
                                 The State University of New York
*   J. Richard Grunder           The University of Oklahoma
*   F. Gary Haberle              University of Pittsburgh
*   Patricia A. Howard           The University of Kansas
*   Robert C. Johnson            Midwestern University -Glendale
*   Doug H. Kay                  University of New England
*   Robert T. LouisFerdinand     Wayne State University
*   Parshotam L. Madan           St. John's University
*   Carl Martorana               St. John's University
*   Thomas J. Mattei             Duquesne University
*   Henry B. Pace                The University of Mississippi
*   Betty Ann Heliums Rowland    The University of Iowa
*   Howell I. … 

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