Rotations and Curriculum

The PGY1 Residency is a 12-month program with an emphasis in acute care.  The pharmacy resident will complete both required and elective learning experiences.  

Learning Experiences

Orientation - required 8-week course; first quarter
Ambulatory Care 1 - required 6-week course; first or second quarter
Emergency Medicine 1 - required 6-week course; second, third or fourth quarter 
Pharmacy Staffing - required longitudinal course; all quarters
Research - required longitudinal course; first, second, third or fourth quarter 
Teaching - longitudinal elective course; first, second, third or fourth quarter 
Intensive Care - required 6-week course; first or second quarter 
Internal Medicine 1 - required 6-week course; first or second quarter
Internal Medicine 2 - required 6-week course; third or fourth quarter
Administration and Leadership - required longitudinal course; first, second, third or fourth quarter 
Psychiatry Medicine - 4-week elective course; third or fourth quarter 
Patient Safety and Quality - 4-week elective course; third or fourth quarter 
Medication Use Evaluation - required longitudinal course; first, second, third or fourth quarter 
Precepting - required longitudinal course; third or fourth quarter 
Critical Access Hospital - elective 4-week course; third or fourth quarter 
Administration and Drug Policy Management - elective 4-week course; third or fourth quarter 
Ambulatory Care 2 - elective 4-week course; third or fourth quarter 
Population Health - elective 4-week course; third or fourth quarter