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Parent Talk Live Special Edition: Safe Medication Disposal

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Tonight, we are discussing Safe Medication Disposal.Our guests are Kristi Justice, Executive Director of Kanawha Communities that Care and student pharmacist, Rebekah Dunham, Class of 2017.

As the most accessible health care professionals and medication experts, pharmacists can provide valuable education on proper medication disposal. Drug disposal programs and pharmaceutical collection events serve not only as resources to the community for safely disposing of unused or unwanted medications but also as platforms for examining the causes of medication waste. Tonight we will be discussing several solutions to the problems surrounding the disposal of unused, unwanted, or expired medications.

The University of Charleston School of Pharmacy offers its student pharmacists a technology-infused, dynamic, and rigorous curriculum that prepares graduates to practice in today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment. Our student pharmacists are trained to know about the body, medications, and what happens when medications enter a healthy body as well as a diseased body.

Forest Of The Rain Productions is an Educational Affairs Organization. Our mission is to expand the voices of the seldom heard in education, fair housing, parental/family engagement, academic research, the business of education and civic involvement.

 

 

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