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The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at CMC is an ASHP-accredited twelve-month postgraduate training experience designed to provide residents with the skills and knowledge required to become competent pharmacy practitioners.

Estimated start date: mid-late June

Application deadline: January 1st

Estimated stipend: $48,000

Positions available: 6

National Matching Service Program Code: 166613

     
 Required Monthly Learning Experiences    Elective Monthly Learning Experiences
  • Orientation
  • Critical Care (must select one)
  • Medical ICU
  • Trauma ICU
  • Surgical ICU
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Internal Medicine
  • Health-System Pharmacy Administration       
 
                
  • Ambulatory Care
  • Behavioral Health (Psychiatry)
  • Cardiology
  • Clinical Toxicology
  • Inpatient and Outpatient Hematology/BMT
  • Inpatient and Outpatient Solid Tumor Oncology
  • Medication Safety
  • Neonatal ICU
  • Non-Malignant Hematology
  • Pediatric CVICU
  • Pediatric Hematology/BMT
  • Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
  • Pediatric ICU
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Pharmacogenomics/Investigational Drug Services
  • Supportive Care Oncology
  • Solid Organ Transplant
  • Transitions of Care
  • Second rotation in selected area of choice 

 Required Longitudinal Learning Experiences

The following experiences are 12 months in duration and evaluated on a quarterly basis.

  • Teaching and Learning Curriculum: designed to effectively develop teaching and precepting skills most essential to clinical pharmacy practitioners and preceptors of students and residents. The program is supported locally by the CMC PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program Teaching and Learning Subcommittee and the Charlotte Area Health and Education Center. A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the program. Major requirements of this learning experience include:

Five presentations (i.e. journal club, case presentations) for pharmacy noon conference
ACPE-accredited continuing education seminar
Lecture for the Center of Advanced Practice Nursing Fellowship Program
Development of a teaching philosophy
Development of precepting skills
Development of a teaching portfolio

  • Research: must be IRB-approved with research project results presented at the REPS regional residency research conference in the spring of the residency year.  A written manuscript suitable for publication must completed and submitted by the end of the residency year. The research subcommittee provides oversight for research projects and MUEs as well as coordinates the annual Research Education Series which includes lectures on study design, biostatistics, drug information, data management with REDCap, data analysis using Excel and medical writing lectures.  The Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation provides support with study design, data management and statistics for research projects.
  • Operational Core: designed to develop skills in three core areas: operational staffing, quality improvement, and medication safety.  Operational staffing will commence every third weekend following a comprehensive training period. For the quality and medication safety components, learning will occur through a variety of methods including, but not limited to: self-study, topic discussions and lectures, workshops as available, attendance at relevant hospital or health-system based committee meetings, and practice experience integrated throughout.
  • Mentorship: We feel the mentorship and support provided to residents is a strength of our program.  In addition to the support provided by our personal and professional development subcommittee, the program director, program coordinator and preceptors.  Each resident will have a longitudinal mentor throughout the year that will attend their monthly rotation handoff meetings between incoming and outgoing preceptors.  The mentor also meets with the resident outside of the monthly meeting to provide support with professional development, career advice, time and stress management and whatever else might be needed.
  • Other: additional projects designed to develop project management skills, leadership skills and the ability to manage and improve the medication use process include completion of a medication use evaluation, a drug monograph and four written drug information responses.  The Pediatric Lecture Series provides 6 lectures on the fundamentals of pediatric pharmacotherapy.  

 


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