Craig Ennett Award

On December 5, 2010, pharmacy lost a great supporter and a great friend – Craig Ennett. Throughout his career and even when his cancer kept him from the profession he loved, Craig remained interested and as involved as much as he could. During his pharmacy career, Craig was very involved in the work of the Immigrant Settlement & Integration Services (ISIS) where he helped open doors for International Pharmacy Graduates (IPGs) who had chosen to make Nova Scotia their home. He knew that living and working in a multicultural society required being open-minded and welcoming to IPGs so international and Canadian pharmacists could share experiences and learn from each other to better serve patients.

In recognition of Craig’s exceptional contributions to pharmacy (particularity his outstanding work welcoming IPGs to the pharmacy profession in Nova Scotia, this Award was awarded by PANS and ISANS each year to a pharmacist who exemplifies Craig`s efforts on behalf of IPGs in Nova Scotia.

This award has been retired.


Past Winners

2011 Tena Taylor

2012 Susan Wedlake

2013 John Burgess

2014 Reham Eldadah

2015 Katherine Walsh

2016 Sue Sampson