Residency Program

PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency

People’s Health Clinic & Roseman University College of Pharmacy

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Fast Facts

  • 2-year part-time residency
  • Ambulatory care inter-professional setting
  • Faculty appointment and teaching certificate
  • No on-call or weekend service
  • 11 vacation days available annually
  • Greater time to develop and complete a robust research project

 

Purpose

The purpose of the residency is to build upon the doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) education and outcomes to develop community-based pharmacist practitioners with diverse patient care, leadership, and education skills who are eligible to pursue advanced training opportunities including postgraduate year two (PGY2) residencies and professional certifications.

Learning Experiences

Required

  • Family Medicine 1 & 2*
  • Pediatrics*
  • Research Project†
  • Teaching Certificate
  • Academia†
  • Clinical Practice Management
  • Medication Use Systems
    *Longitudinal rotations
    †Focused and intermittent mini-rotations

Selectives

  • Obstetrics*
  • Diabetes Intensive*
  • Community outreach and prevention*

Requirements for Completion

  • Obtaining a Utah pharmacist license no later than October 1 of the firs t year of the residency and maintaining licensure throughout the residency.
  • Demonstrating competence in 90% of the residency objectives with a rating of “achieved for residency” with no ratings of “needs improvement.”
  • Finishing all learning activities, evaluations and portfolio submissions.
  • Following all policies regarding duty hours and moonlighting.

Unique Residency Features

There is no stipend or benefits associated with the residency program. The part-time schedule is designed to allow a resident to take a part-time job during the times/days when residency activities are not occurring. Getting a part-time job is not a requirement for participation in the residency, making it an attractive option for residents with other responsibilities which put demands on their time (ex. caregiving, parenting) for those who want to complete the residency at a slower pace. Residents receive professional development funds which they may use to travel to professional meetings in the second year of the residency. The resident will have the opportunity to become acquainted with both clinical and academic settings.