This PGY2 residency is designed to build on pediatric experiences gained during a PGY1 residency. The PGY2 resident will complete required rotations in pediatric medicine, PICU and NICU. The length of these rotations will be based on the resident's interests and PGY1 experience. The PGY2 resident will be able to design a program to gain focused clinical experience in clinical settings according to their interests. Previous rotations have included: cardiology, oncology, epilepsy, emergency medicine, antibiotic stewardship, ambulatory hematology and MTM clinics. The PGY2 resident will be a department educator and will provide RPh CE programs, student preceptorship, and didactic instruction to pharmacy and medical students. The PGY2 resident shall have increased responsibility with hospital committees and department leadership. The PGY2 resident will also design and lead a pharmacy leadership seminar for PGY1 residents from Children's and other Twin Cities residencies.
PGY1 residency, eligibility for MN licensure, PharmD, curriculum vitae, three reference letters, academic transcripts, US citizen or green card/F1 visa, supplemental PhORCAS application form.
About PGY2 Pediatric Specialty Children's Minnesota
The PGY1 pharmacy practice residency at Children’s Minnesota is designed to provide the resident with a wide variety of clinical and professional experiences in pediatrics. Residents will complete rotations in pediatric medicine, PICU, NICU and practice management. Residents will have approximately 4 months to complete elective learning experiences in areas of their interest.
The PGY2 pediatric specialty residency at Children's Minnesota is designed to allow the resident to focus their learning in a pediatric patient population. The PGY2 resident will have greater flexibility in choosing the number and length of their learning experiences.
Both PGY1 and PGY2 residents will complete a residency project, participate in department initiatives, hospital committees, and clinical educational programs for patients/families and hospital staff. In addition to on-site educational programs, residents also have the opportunity to teach in a pediatric coursed offered to 3rd year pharmacy students at the University of Minnesota.
Children's Minnesota consists of two campuses located in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Residents will acquire experience at each campus during the residency. ... Children’s Minnesota is a major referral site for pediatric patients in the Upper Midwest. The pharmacy department provides comprehensive clinical services to meet the needs of patients and health care professionals.
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