EAPC Award Winners
The EAPC Prize is awarded by the EAPC Board of Directors to a person who is deemed to have made a contribution to the work of the EAPC over a number of years.
The EAPC Award recognises an outstanding contribution to palliative care and in particular to the European Association for Palliative Care. The decision regarding who the recipient of this prestigious award is made by the EAPC Board of Directors.
Kenya Zipporah Ali
The EAPC prize was awarded to Zippy in recognition of her contribution to global palliative care.
The decision is based on her incredible career in palliative care which spans many years and the huge contribution she has made to our speciality. In addition, the board are grateful for the support she has given, and continues to give to the EAPC.
Awarded to Carlos for his outstanding contribution to the work of the EAPC over many years including the development and ongoing work on the EAPC mapping project.
The EAPC Prize was awarded to Sheila for her tireless work on behalf of the EAPC and her outstanding contribution to palliative care over many years.
In recognition of Kathy’s contribution to the EAPC and to palliative care worldwide for many years.
Awarded for Derek’s engagement and support in the development of the EAPC and his dedication to the development and implementation of palliative care internationally.
Franco De Conno
Awarded to Franco for his engagement and support in the development of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC onlus) since its foundation in 1988.
The EAPC Award recipient in 2007 was philanthropist George Soros whose generosity through the Open Society Forum has contributed so much to palliative care.
Geoff was awarded the EAPC prize in recognition of his contribution to the development of palliative care and of the EAPC.
The first EAPC award was presented to the Floriani Foundation in recognition of their contribution to the development of Palliative Care in Europe. [Loredana and Virgilio Floriani]