PharmPAC Outreach and Recruitment Subcommittee
Purpose: Assists in the recruitment of highly qualified pharmacists and pharmacy students and to provide advice and consultation in support of the Surgeon General and the Chief Professional Officer on recruiting and matching pharmacists into the USPHS and issues related to personnel activities of CS and CC pharmacists.
Below are some highlighted recent projects:
2019 Student Awards
A total of 10 pharmacy students were selected as top award recipients of the Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Award
USPHS Pharmacy Presentation
Includes pharmacy history, Surgeon General Intiatives, What Pharmacists Do, and more!
University Point of Contact (UPOC)
USPHS pharmacist officers maintain routine contact with pharmacy schools across the Nation
Purpose: Maintain PHS jobs list serv, distribute vacancy announcements and assist applicants with locating and applying to positions.
Public Health Activities and Information
Purpose: Assist in the drafting of the annual report by assessing and prioritizing public health issues based on pharmacy impact, in alignment with OSG, HHS, and the White House.
Purpose: Maintain the UPOC Newsletter and other recruitment materials, including “Pharmacists Leading the Way” (PLW) and USPHS slideshows.
Purpose: Maintain regular communications with universities and track pharmacists’ involvement in school events. Maintain a roster of UPOCs and create standardized presentations for use by UPOCs. Encourage local public health activities between UPOCs and students.
Purpose: Recognize pharmacy students through the Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Award, PharmPAC Social Media, UPOC Newsletter, and other channels, as appropriate
Purpose: Assist Agencies with CC Pharmacists in the compilation and distribution of pharmacist vacancy lists in an effort to reduce vacancy rates.
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