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The Nontraditional Role of Pharmacists After Hurricane Katrina: Process Description and Lessons Learned

Hogue, M.D., Hogue, H.B., Lander, R.D., et al. (2009). The Nontraditional Role of Pharmacists After Hurricane Katrina: Process Description and Lessons Learned. Public Health Reports. 124(2): 217–223.

The authors of this article discuss the how Jefferson County (AL) Department of Health worked with a local school of pharmacy to develop a novel pharmacy plan to address gaps in service for evacuees after Hurricane Katrina. This plan may serve as a model for other municipalities and/or states interested in preparing a pharmacy response to future natural disasters.
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