Job Description: The PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy residency was established in 2009 and most recently re-accredited by ASHP in 2016. AHN is a health network with growing ambulatory care pharmacy services. Residents in this program are provided an environment to enhance their pharmacotherapy skills in a variety of specialized, ambulatory care patient populations. The residency program strives to build upon skills gained in PGY-1 residency and refine the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to pursue rational pharmacotherapy in a collaborative environment. Residents who are graduates of this PGY-2 ambulatory care residency would be expected to have gained the educational knowledge to pursue clinical pharmacy and/or faculty positions, as well as board certification in ambulatory care pharmacy.
Residents will participate in a number of required rotation experiences which span a variety of ambulatory care settings including internal and family medicine, cardiology, heart failure, transitions of care, and chronic disease. Elective rotations may include further experience in any of the core, required practice areas or others including transplantation, emergency medicine, and oncology. Additionally, the program can be flexible and tailored to resident goals, interests, and previous experiences. Participation in practice research, medication use-evaluations, medication safety, formulary, practice guideline development, and various teaching programs are required. Additional experiences include journal club presentations, development of continuing education activities, teaching and student mentorship, participation in multi-disciplinary committees, and inter-disciplinary education. An elective teaching certificate program is offered. Longitudinal experiences include anticoagulation, management, clinical staffing opportunities, and on-call services.
For more information, or to schedule an interview, please visit us at our PPS Booth 7584 and at the residency showcase on Tuesday 12/4/18 (8 AM –11 AM) at booth # 5466.
Applicants must have graduated from an accredited school of pharmacy and must be eligible for Pennsylvania licensure.
About Allegheny Health Network
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