Saturday, September 29th, 2012 is DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Law students have the opportunity to help educate the community about proper
drug disposal in
conjunction with UMB Campus Police, the American Pharmacists
Association, Generation Rx, the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group, the
Student Section of Maryland Public Health Association,
the National Community Pharmacists Association, and Students Promoting
The Student Health Law
Organization is looking for volunteers to work the law school
information table at the UMB Police Annex, 222 North Pine Street, during
each of the following times:
Wednesday, September 26th
Saturday, September 29th
This is a great opportunity
for anyone interested in Food and Drug Law, Public Health, and Public
Interest. It will also be a good chance to work in an interdisciplinary
setting with fellow graduate students at the
Pharmacy School and get a service activity on your resume. On the days
of the event, we will be handing out information regarding health law and the legal issues surrounding drug disposal.
We are excited to have a strong turnout this year, and to a continued
partnership with the School of Pharmacy student groups. Bring your own
unused and expired medications and tell your friends to do the same!
Follow the link below and see the attached flyer
for more background on the event.
If you are interested or have any questions, please email Ian Clark, Student Engagement Chair, at email@example.com.