Pharmacy disaster preparedness ‘poor to moderate’

Less than 18% of registered pharmacists were found to be prepared to respond to disasters such as bioterrorism in one study, Qld researchers discovered in literature review Researchers from the School of Clinical Sciences at the Queensland University of Technology have conducted a systematic literature review to explore pharmacists’ and pharmacy students’ preparedness for disasters.

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