Residency requirements
As a PGY-2 oncology pharmacy resident, much of your time will be devoted to comprehensive training as a member of the interdisciplinary hematology/oncology team. Direct patient care services allow you to practice providing patient-specific pharmaceutical care in a variety of settings, both acute and ambulatory. Responsibilities include development of individualized care and monitoring plans for hematology, oncology and stem cell transplant patient populations. After coaching, instructing and modeling by a preceptor, you will be constructively critiqued on how to further refine the delivery of evidence-based recommendations.

Core rotations

  • Introductory and advanced medical oncology
  • Ambulatory oncology at two clinic sites
  • Introductory and advanced hematologic malignancies/bone marrow transplant
  • Pediatric hematology/oncology
  • Supportive care (nutrition support, palliative medicine, infectious disease)

    Elective rotations

    • Critical care medicine
    • Pharmacy administration
    • Medication therapy disease management clinic, general practice
    • International medical missions
    • Oral chemotherapy medication therapy management clinic
    • APPE precepting learning experience

    Longitudinal experiences

    • Investigational drug services
    • Leadership and managed care
    • Oncology pharmacy operations
    • Staffing
    • Major project

    Program requirements

    • Poster presentation of medication use evaluation at ASHP Midyear and major research project at  HOPA Annual
    • Oncology forum lectures – one-hour monthly comprehensive presentation of oncology topics which are approved for both nursing and pharmacy continuing education
    • Active participation in heme/onc meetings, BEACON protocol review committee, cancer center committee and pharmacy departmental meetings.