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Number of activities in the last 12 months:   13680
Number of units that added activites in the last month:   195

Five most recent activities
Coconino County Medical Reserve Corps This exercise will serve as an opportunity for MRC volunteers and personnel from agencies, departments and organizations with lead or support responsibilities for Point of Dispensing operations to assess their ability to effectively and efficiently establish, manage and demobilize a POD in response to a disease outbreak. During this exercise participants will work together as a unified team to meet the challenges associated with dispensing pharmaceuticals to county residents.
Rappahannock Medical Reserve Corps Practiced emergency drill to insure that MRC volunteers are ready to respond at a moments notice.
Coconino County Medical Reserve Corps This exercise will serve as an opportunity for MRC volunteers and personnel from agencies, departments and organizations with lead or support responsibilities for Point of Dispensing operations to assess their ability to effectively and efficiently establish, manage and demobilize a POD in response to a disease outbreak. During this exercise participants will work together as a unified team to meet the challenges associated with dispensing pharmaceuticals to county residents.
Missouri Volunteer Veterinary Corps The College of Veterinary Medicine and the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association invite members of the MO Volunteer Vet Corps and interested MVMA members to participate in a day-long training workshop about emergency pet sheltering. The goal of this training is to better prepare practicing DVMs to respond effectively at a mass care pet shelter that is set up following an emergency or a disaster.
Autauga/Prattville Medical Reserve Corps Training Opportunity for volunteers ~ Introduction to Pediatric Response, Mass Sheltering, Functional Access Needs, Pediatric Reunification Considerations...…..This training was sent out to members that would like to attend.

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