***Note: This picture was photographed September 2019, prior to COVID pandemic***
The PGY2 residencies and fellowships are designed to develop and refine clinical, research, and administrative skills within the area of the specialty. Activities of each training program differ, but include clinical rotations, seminar presentations, preceptorship of Pharm.D. students, and completion of drug utilization evaluations and research projects.
A competitive stipend is provided. Each resident receives 10 vacation days, health insurance and other University amenities. Business days are allotted for attending the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, the Great Lakes Residency Conference and other professional meetings. Partial funding for attending these meetings may be available through the Department of Pharmacy Services.
Available PGY2 residencies are listed below. All are ASHP accredited, with the Emergency Medicine, Palliative and Pain Management, and Investigational Drug and Research Pharmacy residency being in candidate accreditation status due to it being our newest PGY2 program additions. Accreditation survey was completed on August 27th, 2020. Brief program descriptions can be found by clicking on the links below, and for more detailed descriptions of the individual programs, feel free to contact the particular program director(s) or anyone from our Residency Advisory Committee.
Post Graduate Year Two Residencies are available in the following categories:
Ambulatory Care Residency
Critical Care Pharmacy
Emergency Medicine Pharmacy
Infectious Diseases Pharmacy
Pain Management and Palliative Care Pharmacy
Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy