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Learning Experiences

Residents receive 3 weeks of orientation before moving on to complete assigned rotations. Residents will complete four weeks each in Practice Management, Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine II, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Pain Management, and Infectious Diseases as well as longitudinal experiences in medical emergency response, formulary management, staffing and completion of a teaching certificate. Each resident selects 4 elective rotations, 4 weeks in length. A research project is required to be completed during the program year. Residents are assigned a total of 4 weeks of project time dedicated to completing the components of assigned projects during the program and attendance to ASHP Mid-Year Meeting during the month of December.

Required Rotations:

  • Pharmacy Orientation
  • Critical Care I
  • Pain Management
  • Practice Management
  • Internal Medicine I and II
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Emergency Medicine

Elective (Choose 5):

  • Ambulatory Care
  • Critical Care II
  • Emergency Medicine II
  • Pediatrics
  • Anemia Management
  • Informatics
  • Advanced Pain and Palliative Care
  • Hospital Operations
  • Inpatient Anticoagulation

Longitudinal:

  • Formulary Management
  • Research Project
  • Staffing
  • Medical Emergency Response
  • Teaching Certificate Program

Staffing Component:

Residents will be required to complete staffing hours approximately every 3rd weekend beginning July of the program year.

Teaching Certificate Program:

Residents will have the opportunity to complete a teaching certificate online administered through American Society of Health System Pharmacists (AHSP). This program includes both online didactic video lectures and supplemental on-site discussion with current preceptors. Residents will complete a philosophy of teaching as well as participate in required teaching and preceptor experiences throughout the year to earn their teaching certificate during program year.