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Learning Experiences

Rotations including participation in patient care, attending rounds, monitoring and regulating patient drug therapy, pharmacokinetics, TPN consults and providing drug information. The resident is also involved in precepting APPE pharmacy students from local affiliated schools of pharmacy. Rotations include but are not limited to the following practice areas listed below:


  • Orientation (4 weeks)
  • Order entry (3 weeks)
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship (6 weeks)
  • Nutritional Support (6 weeks)
  • Critical Care (3 weeks)
  • Emergency Medicine (3 weeks)
  • Medicine (6 weeks)
  • Oncology (3 weeks)
  • Pediatrics/Neonatology (6 weeks)
  • Advanced Pharmacy Leadership (3 weeks)


  • Pharmacy Informatics
  • Palliative Care/Pain Management
  • Investigational Drug Services
  • Cardiology
  • Oncology


  • Pharmacy Practice Management/Drug Information
    • Medication Safety
    • P&T Committee Projects
    • Resident Project
    • Staffing

Resident Research Project: The resident is required to undertake a year-long project in addition to various short-term projects assigned throughout the year. The project will be presented as a poster at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in December and presented at the Western States conference in May.

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