The University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences regularly participates in short term (7-10 days) global health mission trips.

 

Their purpose?

 

To provide medical care in an interdisciplinary team setting in rural areas that have limited resources and fragmented healthcare.

Student Experiences in Global Health

$2,550
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Raised toward our $2,700 Goal
53 Donors
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Student Experiences in Global Health

For the past five years, our students have participated in short term global health mission trips.

Their purpose?

To provide medical care in an interdisciplinary team setting in rural areas that have limited resources and fragmented healthcare.

Our students learn how to provide culturally-competent care in a global healthcare setting, setting up “mobile” pharmacies and clinics, dispensing medications, counseling patients, and assisting providers with medication selection. These experiences not only give them hands-on training, but teach a level of compassion and patient care that cannot be learned in a classroom.

In 2019, our students will be traveling to Ghana, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Belize and Jamaica and they need your help!

Your gift will help offset travel expenses for our students and send them with enough medical supplies to treat all of those in need that they encounter.

 

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