THIS SITE

Information for

Bayliff Scholarship Campaign

We have reached our $40,000 goal! Thank you to all who contributed to the campaign.

The first Dr. Charlie Bayliff Memorial Award was presented in May 2013 to Julia Denomme. Julia a fourth year pharmacy student is involved in professional activities at the national level, has an excellent academic record, and will begin a pharmacy residency position at London Health Sciences in the fall.

David Edwards, Julia Denomme, and Dave Knoppert with award

David Edwards, Hallman Director School of Pharmacy, Julia Denomme, and Dave Knoppert, member of the fundraising team at the award reception in May.

About the Dr. Charlie Bayliff Memorial Award

Charlie Bayliff

Members of the Canadian pharmacy community suffered a significant loss in January 2010 with the passing of Charles D. Bayliff [7T2] following a lengthy battle with cancer. Charlie had a wonderful career in hospital pharmacy. This was clearly a win-win scenario for both patients and our profession. Charlie made significant contributions in patient care and derived great satisfaction from his pharmacy-based drug therapy recommendations. These impacted many colleagues in medicine, clinical pharmacology and pharmacy. To Charlie, staff members, physicians, residents, researchers, and students were all his peers. His passion for a high standard of professional practice was evident to all. Charlie’s infectious enthusiasm and ‘can-do’, ‘why not’ attitude helped create first rate care teams throughout his career.

As an enduring tribute, the profession has established a scholarship fund in Charlie’s name at the School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo. This fund will provide financial support for new graduates who have been accepted into a hospital pharmacy residency program.

Bayliff award plaque

"Charlie was an easy-going personable individual who was always ready with a joke or humorous anecdote. His dedication and commitment to pharmacy set him apart and made him an important influence on the profession in Canada"

Scott Walker, Department of Pharmacy, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre