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Melissa Murer Corrigan Receives Prestigious NOCA Leadership Award
Date:11/25/2008

The Pharmacy Technician Certification Board's (PTCB) Executive Director and CEO, Melissa Murer Corrigan, RPh, has received the 2008 Certification Industry Leadership Award, the highest annual honor given by the National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA). The award recognizes Ms. Murer Corrigan's innovative leadership in developing, implementing, and researching programs or practices for the field of certification and licensure.

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) November 25, 2008 -- The Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) is pleased to announce that PTCB Executive Director and CEO, Melissa Murer Corrigan, RPh, has received the 2008 Certification Industry Leadership Award, the highest annual honor given by the National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA). The award, presented at the NOCA Annual Educational Conference, recognizes Ms. Murer Corrigan's innovative leadership in developing, implementing, and researching programs or practices for the field of certification and licensure. Ms. Murer Corrigan has certified more than 320,000 pharmacy technicians as the founding executive of PTCB.

"This award is a tribute to the hard work and dedication of all my colleagues and partners involved in making PTCB a success since our founding in 1995," said Ms. Murer Corrigan. "The certification of pharmacy technicians in the U.S. has advanced the patient safety of millions of Americans and I am so proud of the PTCB team and all of our certified technicians."

PTCB is the largest NCCA accredited national certification program for pharmacy technicians in the country. Major pharmacy chains such as Walgreens, CVS, and Target partner with PTCB as well as major health-systems, the military, and pharmacy tec
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