Exposing Pharmacy Students to Public Health Concepts through Volunteering in the Medical Reserve Corps

Rondeau, H., Emerson, R., and Gadbois, N. (2022). Exposing Pharmacy Students to Public Health Concepts through Volunteering in the Medical Reserve Corps. Innovations in Pharmacy. 13(2).
Students from the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy’s regional campus participated in the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) to fulfill curricular requirements and the authors explored how MRC involvement affected educational outcomes and an understanding of the pharmacist’s role in public health. Survey findings indicated that participation improved understanding of their role in public health and the authors encourage continued and expanded student involvement with MRC.
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