Elias Chahine, a faculty member at the Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University, was recently named the Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists (FSHP) Forerunner.
Thomas Johns, the past president of the FHSP, gave the award to Chahine at the House of Delegates meeting in Orlando.
Chahine, an associate professor of pharmacy practice, is on the board of directors at FSHP. He is also a board liaison with the Professional Affairs Council. He previous served the FSHP as the chair of the Educational Affairs Council, president of the Palm Beach Society of Health System Pharmacists. He has also joined continuing education programs in Florida and in Puerto Rico.
Chahine received the award for his interest, dedication and enthusiasm in his field. He has given Florida significant contributions for its pharmacy industry, including professional practice, education, community service, leadership and research.
Organizations in this story
Want to get notified whenever we write about Palm Beach Atlantic University ?
Next time we write about Palm Beach Atlantic University, we'll email you a link to the story. You may edit your settings or unsubscribe at any time.Sign-up for Alerts
- 98 percent of applicants to Eastern Oregon University were admitted for fall 2017
- 84 percent of applicants to Auburn University were admitted for fall 2017
- 67 percent of applicants to Grand Canyon University were admitted for fall 2017
- 82 percent of applicants to George Fox University were admitted for fall 2017
- 89 percent of applicants to Willamette University were admitted for fall 2017
- Lane Community College enrolls 7,637 undergrads
- Chandler-Gilbert Community College enrolls 14,906 undergrads
- 7 percent of applicants to Yale University were admitted for fall 2017
- UPIKE student and alumni feature: Olivia Boyette
- MIAMI UNIVERSITY-OXFORD: Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias, Live!