We need nurse practitioners or physician assistants!
We're a non-profit organization focused on making sure no one ever dies or becomes injured from a medication. Currently, we have a program that is focused on helping people gain access to life-saving pharmacogenetic testing. The goal of the program, with the support of our certified lab partners, is to help reduce adverse drug reactions, medication-related hospitalizations, and to be a "charitable catalyst" for overall safer medication outcomes, particularly for at-risk populations (i.e. people on more than 5 medications, a personal of family history of adverse drug reactions, prior history of medication-related hospitalizations, etc).
To operationally improve the program, we are looking for volunteer nurse practitioners or physician assistants to help with test ordering for participants and their healthcare providers who sign up for testing support on our website.
This is a remote volunteer position where you would work in collaboration with our volunteer Program Manager and a growing team of volunteers who are working to make this program a success.
To qualify, you must live in the U.S. and have an active license in good standing within your state of residence. It's not a time-intensive role and we anticipate this would be a 1 to 4 hours per month commitment.
Apply here on VolunteerMatch, or by filling out a brief volunteer application on our website at https://safestdrug.org/get-involved/sign-up-to-volunteer/
About SAFEST DRUG
325 Ellington Blvd. #308, Gaithersburg, MD 20878, US
Our mission is to reduce medication-related illness, disability and death in the United States with education, research and advocacy.
Founded in 2019, Safest Drug was formed to address broad systemic issues in the U.S. which place millions of consumers at risk for medication-related morbidity and mortality every day. Our work aims to broaden the understanding of what it means to be medicated in America while also saving lives and recognizing that the wide array of root causes which contribute to this public health problem. We also aim to alleviate the suffering of those who have been impacted by medication-induced poor health outcomes and disability.