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  1. Preparing for Residency Taryn Satterwhite, Pharm.D. & Maegan Patterson, Pharm.D. PGY-1 Pharmacotherapy Residents

  2. Resources • Dr. Steven Pass • Vice Chair of SOP Residency Programs • steven.pass@ttuhsc.edu • http://www.ttuhsc.edu/sop/residencies/ • Information for Students • taryn.satterwhite@ttuhsc.edu • maegan.patterson@ttuhsc.edu

  3. What is a Residency? • Postgraduate training program in an area of pharmacy practice • Apply knowledge and skills learned in pharmacy school • Exposure to different pharmacy practices • Takes place in a variety of settings

  4. Why do a Residency? • Clinical pharmacist • Academia • Experience outside of school rotations • Advantages in job market

  5. PGY-1 Residency • Post graduate year – 1 • Generalized pharmacy practice • Different areas of practice • Adult Medicine • Pediatrics • Geriatrics • Management/Administration • Ambulatory/Primary Care • Research component • Staffing component

  6. PGY-2 Residency • Post graduate year – 2 • Research component • Staffing +/- • Elective experiences based on interests • More specialized training • Pediatrics • Critical care • ID • Drug information • Community/Primary Care • Geriatrics • Family Medicine • Cardiology • Oncology

  7. Pharmacotherapy Residency • PGY 1 and 2 • Two year commitment • Second year more elective based experiences • Academic institutions • Precepting • Lectures • Research component • Staffing component

  8. Other Types of Residency Managed – Care Residency Community Residency Managing medication-use systems Delivery of patient-centered care and pharmacy operations Typically involved with drug companies or large corporations (Walgreens, CVS) Enhancing clinical services and implementing pharmacy practice programs MTM, immunizations, compounding, ambulatory clinics Rural pharmacy

  9. How to obtain a residency? • What to do NOW! • GPA • Volunteer work • Organizational involvement • Research opportunities • References by preceptors • Extra activities/anything to set you apart • Letter of intent • CV

  10. How to obtain a residency? • Clinical meeting(s) • ASHP/ACCP • Do your research! • Application requirements, deadlines, etc… • Application process (PHORCAS) • System used by all accredited programs to submit applications for residency • Upload CV, letter of intent, references, application • $75 fee, includes 4 programs; $25 fee for each additional program • Notify reference writers of all deadlines/requirements • Dr. Pass’ chart

  11. How to obtain a residency? • The Match • Register separately from PHORCAS • Starting November 2014 • Recommend before January 2015 • Ranking of programs • Recommend applying to 8-10 programs • Interview with as many as possible; keep in mind cost • Rank ONLY programs you are absolutely willing to go to • Deadline for submitting ranks • March 6, 2015 • Match results posted on March 20, 2015

  12. How to obtain a residency? • The Scramble • If not matched with any ranked programs, can elect to participate in the scramble • Programs who did not match with candidates will be listed • Candidates should contact potential programs requesting an interview • Keep in mind cost and location variability

  13. Board Certification • Specialty certifications based on scope of practice • Examples: BCPS, BCACP, CDE • Requirements • Examination process • Completion of post graduate (residency) training • Typically PGY2

  14. A Day in the Life of a Resident • Morning • Experiential site • Changes every 4-8 weeks • Afternoon • Teaching requirements • Labs • Case Studies • Lectures • Discussions/Precepting • Longitudinal experiences • Clinics one afternoon per week • Research • Extra activities • Patient education lectures • Projects • CE lectures • Depends on residency site

  15. QUESTIONS?