Core rotations include cardiology, critical care, drug information/formulary management, infectious diseases, internal medicine, medication safety, research and management, continuity of care, and community hospital clinical service.
Elective rotations may be selected from, but are not limited to, the following: bone marrow transplant, hematology/oncology, neurology, pharmacy informatics, psychiatry, and solid organ transplant. Residents may also repeat any rotations in which they have a particular interest.
Formal case, guideline, disease state overview or journal club presentation to the clinical pharmacy staff is required on a monthly basis.
- Develop or revise a policy and procedure
- Participate in recruitment of next year's PGY-1 International Graduates residents
- Attend the following committee meetings: Medication Usage and Formulary Evaluation, Medication Outcomes Management, and Pharmacy and Therapeutics
- Every third weekend in both operational pharmacy and clinical pharmacists' roles and one evening shift every two weeks averaged over a four week period
- Residents will work one major and one minor holiday
- Each resident is expected to plan, design and complete a major project with the guidance of a preceptor; results are presented at the Midwest Pharmacy Residents Conference.
- Each resident is required to complete one additional smaller project, which is often a Medication Use Evaluation.
Midwest Pharmacy Residents Conference and ASHP Annual Summer Meeting
For Additional Information
Michael G. Liebl, PharmD, BCPS
Director of System Clinical Pharmacy Services
Residency Program Director