pharmacists can volunteer in a medical emergency or disaster

Recent hurricanes are bringing up the question about how pharmacists can volunteer in a medical emergency or disaster.

Pharmacists find exciting and rewarding opportunities in the Medical Reserve Corps and other agencies. Pharmacist-volunteers provide triage, vaccinations, medication prep, translation, etc.

In nonemergency times, you get training...and become part of a unit. You might work on other projects such as underserved health care, vaccinations, screenings, etc.

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