PittPharmacy_LaurenWoolley_0022Lauren Woolley (Class of 2017) was selected as a 2015-16 Fellow through the Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows Program. Woolley  will work with FOCUS Pittsburgh to implement medication management and education services at a free health clinic in the Hill District. She will answer questions regarding prescriptions and disease states with patients seen through the Community Trauma Outreach project.

The Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows Program of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship is an interdisciplinary fellowship program which started in the region in 1997. The Fellowship builds community capacity and trains a professional workforce that is skilled in addressing the underlying causes of health inequities, committed to improving the health outcomes of underserved communities and prepared for a life of continued service.

On the completion of their Fellowship, the Fellows will join a network of nearly 3,000 Fellows for Life – Schweitzer Fellowship alumni who are skilled in, and committed to, addressing the health needs of underserved people throughout their careers.

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