unities and precepting experiences for the College of Pharmacy. The residency program graduates will be leaders in the pharmacy community and will have an active role in advancing community pharmacy practice. A graduate from this residency program would be viewed to possess equivalent experience and skills to seek a pharmacy manager position within a specialty pharmacy location or a traditional community pharmacy practice site.
-Provide personalized, comprehensive care to patients with complex conditions in areas including oncology, transplant, chronic inflammatory and neurologic conditions, HCV and HIV/AIDS
-Assist in delivery of medication education to patients
-Perform medication therapy management
-Administer immunizations and point-of-care testing
-Perform patient centered dispensing
-Participate in community service events
-Design, conduct, and present a practice based residency research project at a professional conference
-Develop skills needed in Walgreens health system pharmacy relationships and specialty pharmacy
-Educate providers and payers on community-based specialty services
-Development of collaborative programs to improve patient adherence and outcomes
-Enhance existing patient care programs and evaluate the sustainability of new patient care programs
-Complete a Teaching Certificate Program
-Serve as preceptor and instructor to pharmacy students at the site and college of pharmacy
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from a college or school of pharmacy accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
Ability to obtain pharmacist license within the state of residency within 90 days of the start of the residency program
Submission of residency application materials to Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS)
Individuals must participate in and adhere to the rules of the ASHP Resident Matching Program.
Certified Immunizer or willing to become an immunizer within 90 days of hire.