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The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program builds on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training.
Customized for each resident based on his or her goals, interests and experience, the program offers three distinct learning experiences throughout the 12-month program: core, elective and longitudinal experiences.
All residents are required to complete core experiences in ambulatory care, internal medicine, drug policy, administration and critical care. The resident will complete a month-long departmental orientation as their first rotation.
The program also offers elective rotations in a wide variety of patient populations.
Elective rotations typically are four to five weeks in length. Rotations include:
- Burn Center
- Emergency medicine
- Investigational drug service
- Medication safety
- Outpatient oncology
- Pain and palliative care
- Surgical Intensive Care Unit
- Transitions of care
- Off-site rotations at The Johns Hopkins Hospital also may be available
Longitudinal rotations are completed throughout the 12-month program. These include:
- Pharmacy practice
- Residency project
Teaching opportunities also are available. They include:
- Department inservices
- Nursing orientation
- Precepting pharmacy students
- Required inservices to medical and nursing staff
- Teaching requirements at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
Program requirements include:
- A completed MUE
- An IRB-submitted residency project
- Completed/presented CE program
- Inservices to nursing and medical staff
- Staff education
- Community service
- Participation in professional organizations
The resident must have received a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from an accredited School of Pharmacy. Residents are required to become a licensed pharmacist in the State of Maryland by August 1, as outlined in their residency agreement.
Benefits and Compensation
- Competitive salary
- Full medical, dental and vision benefits
- Competitive retirement package
- Paid time off with holidays
- Wellnet programs
- ACLS/BLS training
- Professional development
- Travel expenses for mid-year and one regional conference
- Professional memberships
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