COVID-19 Training Evaluators


Pharmacists Needed in COVID-19 Testing

Are you a pharmacist trained to evaluate learners for nasopharyngeal testing and use of PPE? To meet our nation’s need for rapidly expanded testing for COVID-19 infection, we are working with partners on standing up large testing sites. We need qualified volunteers to conduct evaluations of learners who will be trained using brief online educational programs. If you are skilled and willing, please complete this survey at the link below. 

Please complete the survey.


Database of Qualified Volunteers

A database of qualified volunteers is available through APhA. You may request a current list of volunteers by emailing Gina Scime at Please include your name, organization, contact information, and purpose of this request. All requests will be reviewed prior to release. Please read the following information prior to making your request. 

This database is a listing of pharmacists that are self-attesting that they are skilled in COVID-19 training and/or testing evaluations. The information in the directory is self-reported. APhA does not examine, determine, warrant or endorse the information on any of the entries in the directory. This database is simply a list of pharmacists, and no recommendations, guarantees or endorsements are made by APhA regarding the quality of service you might expect from any of the pharmacists listed.

Use of this database is voluntary and will not result in any liability against APhA. In no event shall APhA be liable for damages to any user of the database for the voluntary selection of any pharmacist, for the services provided by any pharmacist listed herein, or for any other damages which may occur.

The information referenced in the database is provided "as is" with no warranties of any kind. APhA disclaims all liability of any kind arising out of the use of, or misuse of, the information contained and referenced in this database. The use of information from this database is strictly voluntary and at the user's sole risk.