Communication


As part of PQMD’s ongoing commitment to building knowledge in the field, we maintain access to a wealth of information resources related to the field of donating and delivering high quality medicines and medical products and services to assist communities suffering from the effects of disasters as well as chronic and devastating diseases.

In addition to PQMD’s Guidelines for Quality Medical Product Donations you can find articles, case studies, scholarly publications, study results, guidelines and advice from local, national, and international organizations, and much more on a variety of topics associated with the work of PQMD and its members.

The issues that can be explored using these resources range from the valuation of donated drugs and services to the delicate art of cross-sector partnerships to lessons learned in disaster response, and go well beyond.

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Steering Committee for Kitting Initiative Meets in Annapolis

Steering Committee for Kitting Initiative Meets in Annapolis The Steering Committee for PQMD’s “Spotlight on Hygiene Kits Initiative” met in Annapolis, Maryland on Friday, October 25th. During the meeting, the Steering Committee laid out an exciting project roadmap that includes reviewing current kit assembly and distribution practices.

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PQMD Hires Consultant to Work on Kitting Project

PQMD Hires Consultant to Work on Kitting Project PQMD has engaged consultant Patricia English to work on our kitting project. Patricia has years of International program experience, most recently at Texas Children’s Hospital’s Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI)’s Global Health Corps, but also brings important perspective

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Eli Lilly and Company, Fairbanks School of Public Health and Local Partners Launch Diabetes Impact Project

Eli Lilly and Company, Fairbanks School of Public Health and Local Partners Launch Diabetes Impact Project In May of 2018, Eli Lilly and Company launched their first US Global Health partnership called the Diabetes Impact Project – Indianapolis Neighborhoods (DIP-IN). Lilly provided $7 million to fund this

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