Postgraduate Year-Two Residency Position

Our Pharmacy Residency Program offers one postgraduate year-two pharmacy residency position. We have designed our program for second-year residency applicants with a primary interest in transplantation. Participants gain valuable experience at Egleston hospital and Emory Healthcare.

Children's ranks among the top pediatric transplant centers in the U.S. Our nationally recognized programs include: pediatric liver, heart, and kidney transplant.

Special Requirements for Acceptance

Pharm. D. or equivalent experience
Eligibility for Georgia licensure
Completed PGY-1 residency

Code: 34021
­NMS Code: 695476
­Program: Postgraduate year two pharmacy

 

­Accreditation status: Accredited
­Duration: 12 months
­Type: Residency
­Number of positions: One
­Application deadline: January 3, 2014
­Starting date: July 7, 2014
­Interview required: Yes
­Estimated stipend: $45,250

Required and Elective Resident Rotations

Residents spend time at Egleston during clinical rotations. Based on a participant’s specific goals, the residency is tailored to provide staffing coverage at the rotation site. Required rotations may change from year to year, depending on our needs.

  • Required Rotations

      Orientation
      Allows residents to train as licensed pharmacists, learning basic pharmacy operations and how to process medication orders.

      Liver Transplant
      Resident will care for pediatric liver transplant patients from referral to transplantation by participating in daily rounds and outpatient clinics.

      Heart Transplant
      Resident will care for pediatric heart transplant patients from referral to transplantation by participating in daily rounds and outpatient clinics.

      Kidney Transplant
      Resident will care for pediatric kidney transplant patients from referral to transplantation by participating in daily rounds and outpatient clinics.

      Pediatric Critical Care
      Resident will rotate through both the cardiac intensive care unit (CICU) and pediatric intensive care unit (PICU).

      ID Transplant
      Resident will develop a knowledge base of specific infectious disease concerns encountered in the transplant population.

      Transplant Quality
      Resident will learn and participate in organizational development and monitoring of requirements for both UNOS and CMS.

      Adult Transplant
      Resident will participate in adult transplantation rotations in partnership with Emory Healthcare.

      Longitudinal Transplant Clinic
      This is a weekly clinic for the length of the residency year. 

  • Elective Rotations

      BMT
      This rotation is  focused on describing pathophysiology of disorders and managing complications associated with pharmaceutical care plans for BMT patients.

      IDS /Research Rotation
      Resident will learn how to manage the pharmaceutical requirements of a clinical research trial, new drug development process and regulations governing IDS.

      Medication Safety/Quality
      This is an advanced pharmacy practice experience to educate the resident about the role of the pharmacist in ensuring medication safety

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Interested?

Apply now. The deadline is January 3, 2014.