Residency Program for Pharmacists
A 56-week post-graduate training program to prepare pharmacy graduates for contemporary hospital practice. The residency program emphasizes pharmaceutical care as well as practical elements of distribution, educational, administrative, and outpatient services. The resident is taught through a combination of structured education programs and self-directed learning. Successful completion of: rotations; projects in a ready to publish format; and oral examinations, are components of the residency program. Preceptors for residents have an interest/desire to teach and have a minimum two year experience in practice (one year if a graduate of a residency program/PharmD program). The program has been in existence since 1967 and is accredited with the CHPRB.
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