Our network supports better integration and clinical coordination, the importance of improving measurable health care outcomes and the adoption of evidence-based best practices and cutting-edge technology that can reduce variability in the care we deliver. Our network believes that by working together, we can provide the right care, at the right place, at the right time; together, we make health care better.
The Cone Health PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency program has been designed to foster the development of a clinician in the ambulatory care environment. This will be achieved through interdisciplinary and independent learning opportunities in a variety of diverse clinical areas through multiple opportunities including direct patient care in pharmacist-run clinics such as family medicine, cardiology, infectious diseases, and other specialty clinics. Population Health and quality metric management opportunities will occur throughout the year. There is also opportunities for clinic development and ambulatory pharmacy expansion projects.
PROGRAM GOALS: Practice Excellence •Develop a mastery knowledge base in Ambulatory Care Pharmacotherapy •Achieve excellence in core Ambulatory Care disease states, such as DM, HTN, anticoagulation, HLD, and COPD. •Develop patient care skills in the Ambulatory Chronic Care setting •Develop effective patient care skills and manage patients of differing cultures and beliefs with empathy. •Demonstrate effective patient / provider communication. •Develop a collaborative primary care practice and become an integral member of the medical team.
Scholastic Excellence •Demonstrate proficiency in teaching in both didactic and small group learning environments •Develop effective precepting skills •Generate new knowledge in Ambulatory Care Pharmacotherapy •Interpret and disseminate knowledge in Ambulatory Care Pharmacotherapy
Individual Excellence •Develop and improve upon a system of self-assessment skills •Demonstrate exemplary verbal and written communication skills •Utilize a system for balancing multiple work-related and personal responsibilities •Learn and demonstrate the importance of professionalism through participation in pharmacy
Application Deadline is January 1, 2020!
Pharm.D., NC Licensure and completed PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency, 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.