Grant Received: Elizabeth Bunk
Dr. Elizabeth Bunk, a clinical pharmacist with the Center for Pharmacy Care, received a $175,000 grant from the Allegheny County Health Department to develop a continuing education training platform for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians that addresses culturally sensitive care, medication for opioid use disorder and stigma surrounding opioid use disorder, overdose, disclosure, treatment, and naloxone.
Duquesne University Times
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