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    Maryland Board of Pharmacy
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    Mission Statement

    Emergency preparedness is a set of doctrines to prepare civil society to cope with natural or man-made disasters. The Maryland Board of Pharmacy’s Emergency Preparedness Task Force is in operation to prepare for those emergency situations that may possibly occur. Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician volunteers are recruited to serve during times of natural or man-made disasters.
    o   Preparing Makes Sense
    o   Preparing Makes Sense for Older Americans
    o   Preparing Your Pets for Emergencies 
    o   Preparing Makes Sense for People with Disabilities
    o   Every Business Should Have a Plan
    o   Helping Children Cope with Disaster; fact sheets




    o   A Post-Deployment Guide for Supervisors of Deployed Personnel;
    o   Developing Cultural Competence in Disaster Mental Health Programs;
    o   A Post-Deployment Guide for Emergency and Disaster Response Workers;
    o   Psychosocial Issues for Children and Adolescents in Disasters;
    o   Psychosocial Issues for Older Adults in Disasters;
    o   Tips for Emergency and Disaster Response Workers – Managing and Preventing Stress
    o  Tips for Talking to Children After a Disaster – A Guide for Parents and Teachers