Our Duquesne Student Pharmacists have been playing a critical role in state-wide vaccination efforts!
Dr. Tiffany Hatcher, Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, has been coordinating student vaccination efforts and emphasizes the importance of preceptors and students in responding to the pandemic.
"Duquesne University students have a heart and passion to serve," she says. "The School of Pharmacy is excited to have created mechanisms to allow our students to support community pharmacies and health systems with vaccination efforts. As preceptors, we encourage you to discuss the impact of the pandemic on pharmacy services, and understand how students may be able to assist in COVID19 vaccination response efforts within your organization. Thank you for continuing to provide these unique experiences for our students."
Read more about the impact of our student pharmacists at http://duq.edu/readytovaccinate
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