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Required core learning experiences (4–6 weeks each)

  • Anticoagulation and Chronic Disease Management Family Medicine (Ambulatory Care)
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship
  • Critical Care
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Institutional Intravenous Hematology/Oncology
  • Orientation
  • Psychiatry

Longitudinal learning experiences (6–12 months each)

  • Ambulatory MTDM Cardiology 
  • Advancing Pharmacy Practice and Improving Patient Care
  • Inpatient Pharmacy Staffing 
  • Major Project
  • Management and Leadership
  • Self-Assessment and Professional Advancement

Elective learning experiences (customizable based on resident interest)

  • Advanced Ambulatory MTDM Cardiology
  • Advanced Anticoagulation and Chronic Disease Management Family Medicine
  • Advanced Antimicrobial Stewardship
  • Advanced Critical Care 
  • Advanced Emergency Medicine
  • Advanced Internal Medicine
  • Advanced Institutional Intravenous Hematology/Oncology 
  • Advanced Psychiatry
  • Inpatient Cardiology
  • Pain Management and Palliative Care
  • Precepting (if learner rotation schedule allows) 
  • Transitions of Care
Residency requirements
  • Adherence to the organization’s attendance standards
  • Anticoagulation certification
  • Completion of all assigned projects (MUE, drug review, class review/antimicrobial dosing guideline and management project)
  • Completion of all R1 goals with a status of Achieved for Residency by the end of the year. Completion of 100% of the remaining goals for the program with at least 75% of the objectives marked as Achieved for Residency. All objectives must have a minimum status of satisfactory progress.
  • Major research project and manuscript completion
  • Pharmacist licensure in Pennsylvania within 120 days of the program start date
  • Pharmacokinetics certification
  • Presentation of at least one major educational conference
  • Successful completion of core, longitudinal and elective learning experiences and evaluations
  • Successful completion of staffing components


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