Core rotations include cardiology, critical care, drug information/management, infectious diseases, internal medicine, and medication safety
Four elective rotations may be selected from, but are not limited to, the following: academia, hematology/oncology, surgical intensive care, bone marrow transplant, solid organ transplant, cardiovascular intensive care unit (ICU) and off-site opportunities. 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 a monthly requirement.
- Organize the National Pharmacy Week activities for the hospital
- Participate in recruitment of next year's pharmacy practice residents
- Attend the following committee meetings: Medication Usage and Formulary Evaluation, Medication Safety Committee, and Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
- Develop or revise a policy and procedure
- Every third weekend with additional responsibilities as part of clinical specialist on-call program during the second half of the year
- One evening shift per month as a staff pharmacist
- Residents must work two holidays
- Each resident is expected to plan, design and complete a major project with the guidance of a preceptor; results are presented at Midwest Pharmacy Residents Conference.
- Each resident is required to complete one additional smaller project, which is often a Medication Use Evaluation.
- ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting
- Midwest Pharmacy Residents Conference