One residency position is available for the coming residency year.
Cone Health started the PGY2 infectious diseases (ID) residency in 2016 after being heavily involved in antimicrobial stewardship and ID for many years. We received ASHP accreditation in 2017. The PGY2 resident will work closely with staff from infectious diseases, microbiology, infection prevention, and pharmacy to improve antibiotic use throughout our six-hospital system. We have utilized clinical decision support software since 2009, which greatly aids in our antimicrobial stewardship efforts. Because we feel that knowledge of ambulatory infectious diseases like HIV and hepatitis C is extremely importan, the resident will be involved in a weekly half-day ambulatory care experience at the Regional Center for Infectious Disease and will work closely with our two dedicated ambulatory care ID pharmacists as well as physician and nursing staff.
Precepting experiences abound with opportunities to mentor pharmacy students and PGY1 pharmacy residents, as well as participate in classroom instruction at High Point University College of Pharmacy.
Required rotations include orientation, infectious diseases consults, antimicrobial stewardship, critical care, and ambulatory care infectious diseases. We offer electives in emergency medicine, internal medicine, specialty pharmacy, and academia at High Point University College of Pharmacy. We have collaborated with High Point University of offer a teaching certificate program to interested individuals. An individualized training plan, based on the resident’s entrance level of knowledge, skills, and interests, is developed and adjusted throughout the year.
Pharm.D., with an acceptable academic record and high degree of professional motivation. Apply using the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS). Three references should be completed with writers providing feedback in 75% of the available comment fields – a separate recommendation letter is not required. A program-specific supplemental form should be completed and uploaded to PhORCAS. Full application instructions are available at (http://www.conehealth.com/pharmacy-residency