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Residency Programs

The resident is expected to achieve the objectives of the Residency Program related to both administrative and professional practice skills. The resident reports to and is supervised by the rotation preceptor and the residency director.

  1. Development of personal goals for the residency following an initial evaluation of career interests, prior experience, and areas of strength and weakness.

  2. Compliance with rotation expectations:

    1. meeting with the rotation preceptor to define individual goals and objectives for the rotation.

    2. completing assignments by the end of the rotation.

    3. scheduling routine meetings with the rotation preceptor.

    4. informing the residency director of difficulties encountered in meeting goals and objectives or problems with preceptors.

    5. preparing a written evaluation of each rotation at its conclusion that includes accomplishment of objectives, experiences gained, and evaluation of the rotation site and preceptor with recommendations for improvement.

  3. Completion of regular self-evaluation reports to be reviewed by the residency director. The purpose of these reports will be to assure that the established residency goals are being achieved.

  4. Provision of pharmacy staffing coverage, (approximately 24 hours per month).

  5. Completion of a major residency project.

  6. Provision of several required presentations throughout the residency, including residency conferences, in-services to house staff physicians and nursing personnel, and pharmacy staff development conferences.

  7. Attendance at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Southeastern Residency Conference for Pharmacy Residents and Preceptors. Attendance at applicable local pharmaceutical educational programs.