Confronting inequities: A scoping review of the literature on pharmacist practice and health-related disparitiesConfronting inequities: A scoping review of the literature on pharmacist practice and health-related disparities” was recognized by Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy as the 2016 Best Paper.

Authored by Lisa Wenger, Meagen Rosenthal, Jane Pearson Sharpe and Nancy Waite, the paper was selected for this honour by Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy because of its methodological rigour, comprehensiveness and salience of subject matter.

The paper and its authors have been recognized on Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy‘s Facebook page, and will be recognized again in volume 13, issue 2 of the journal due out in March 2017 as well as at the journal’s editorial advisory board meeting.

Congratulations, Lisa, Meagan, Jane and Nancy!

Jane Pearson Sharpe Lisa Wenger Nancy Waite at table

From L to R: Jane Pearson Sharpe, Lisa Wenger, Nancy Waite. Absent: Meagen Rosenthal