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St. Luke's Hospital Pharmacy Residency Programs

PGY-2 Internal Medicine Specialty Residency

Program Goals
The purpose of this training program is to prepare role model practitioner-educators for entry into specialized clinical pharmacy positions or faculty positions.

This is accomplished by:
Program Design
One PGY-2 Internal Medicine Specialty Residency position is available. The resident will participate in seven blocks of required clinical rotations. The resident will also be expected to primary precept an APPE acute care student during one of these blocks, generally on the internal medicine-general rotation in the spring, based on rotation schedules. In addition, the resident may select up to three blocks of rotations from a broad range of available specialty experiences.

Required Rotations:
Elective Rotations:
Other: Orientation (July)

During rotations, the resident spends an appropriate amount of time under direct faculty preceptorship and the remainder of the time on his/her own service and assisting with precepting students. The rotation preceptor meets regularly with the resident to provide advice and feedback, share clinical expertise, guide student precepting activities and ensure back-up clinical coverage.

Other Activities:
The resident will enroll in a formal teaching workshop series, REA, conducted primarily during the fall semester at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, if a similar experience has not already been completed or a teaching certificate has not been achieved or obtained.

The resident will also complete a residency longitudinal research project suitable for publication along with a formal seminar presentation during the fall. Attendance at local, regional and national professional meetings is encouraged.

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