PGY1 Pharmacy Residency: The PGY1 Residency program at The University of Kansas Health System provides educational and training experiences for pharmacists in the fundamentals of exemplary contemporary pharmacy practice in an integrated health care system. Through various clinical, practice management and pharmaceutical practice training segments, the residency instills a philosophy of practice that embraces the concept that pharmacists must be accountable for optimum drug therapy outcomes and act as leaders in advancing care of patients. Rotations include acute care, critical care, specialty care, quality, medication safety & drug policy, and a variety of health system electives.
PGY1/2 Health System Pharmacy Administration Residency: Please visit ASHP’s Personnel Placement Services (PPS) to meet with residency leadership and current residents regarding the residency program.
PGY1/2 Pharmacy Informatics Residency (Pre-Candidate Status): At the University of Kansas Health System, the new Pharmacy Informatics Residency program focuses on developing the skills and knowledge necessary for enhancing medication use processes across the continuum of care through use of health information technology. Experiential training opportunities in informatics fundamentals, pharmacy automation, clinical decision support, data analytics, project management, end-user trainer, and leadership and management are key components of this program. This 2-year program builds on the foundational skills learned through a PGY1 pharmacy practice residency, combining clinical skills and knowledge with effective use of health information technology to positively impact the safety, quality, and efficiency of pharmacy practices.
PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency (Candidate Status): The Post Graduate Year Two Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency at The University of Kansas Health System is designed to provide PGY1 graduates the opportunity to accelerate growth beyond generalist practice and further the development of specialized practice care areas specific to the needs of ambulatory patients. The PGY2 residency focuses on developing the knowledge, attitudes, training and skills necessary to cultivate pharmacists who are competent and compassionate practitioners who are prepared for a role as an ambulatory care pharmacist. Residents have a flexible schedule that is adjusted to align with their goals and interests and give them experiences in several ambulatory clinics ranging from primary care to specialty disease states.
PGY2 Critical Care Residency: At the University of Kansas Health System, the ASHP-accredited Critical Care PGY2 program focuses on the complex management of critically in patients in a variety of patient care areas. Experiential training opportunities in intensive care areas such as medical, surgical/trauma/burn, transplant, cardiothoracic surgery, cardiovascular, neuro/neurosurgical/ENT, infectious diseases, pediatric, and emergency medicine are offered. Additional longitudinal experiences available include health-system committee participation, didactic teaching, precepting pharmacy students, and research opportunities.
PGY2 Drug Information Residency: The PGY2 Drug Information Residency program at The University of Kansas Health System (TUKHS) is designed to equip the resident with expertise in the practices of formulary management and medication safety and the ability to assume a leadership role in these areas. The resident will play an integral role in ensuring the appropriate, safe and cost-effective use of medications for TUKHS patients through the preparation and presentation of materials to support the Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee in formulary management and medication policy considerations. In addition, the resident will receive advanced training in safe medication use practices and process improvement as a member of an interdisciplinary team focusing on patient safety within the health system. Completion of this PGY2 Drug Information Residency will facilitate the development of clinical problem solving, professional communication and project management skills.
PGY2 Oncology Residency: The Post Graduate Year Two Oncology Pharmacy Residency at The University of Kansas Health System provides residents with the skills and knowledge to become a competent hematology/oncology pharmacy practitioner. The focus of the residency program is adult oncology and hematology, with experiences in hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and ambulatory oncology practice settings. The residency is tailored to the interests and the career goals of each resident to build toward a successful career in hematology/oncology pharmacy.
The University of Kansas Health System is a world-class academic medical center and destination for complex care and diagnosis. We are driven by our commitment to service, to continuous improvement and to the highest degree of excellence. Every member of our team shares an unwavering commitment to put patients first. We offer a wide array of career opportunities, along with competitive pay and outstanding benefits. We invite you to join us as we continue to advance the power of academic medicine.
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