Indiana University Health and Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offer a one-year ASHP accredited PGY2 Residency in Internal Medicine. The residency is designed to provide both clinical education and advanced training in the fundamentals of Internal Medicine. The resident will gain the clinical skills and knowledge in pharmacotherapy, pharmacokinetics, and the pathophysiology of the core Internal Medicine disease states. The resident will have opportunities for both didactic and clinical teaching of Doctor of Pharmacy students from Butler University.
The purpose of this training program is to prepare role model practitioner-educators for entry into clinical pharmacy specialist or faculty positions. Throughout the course of residency training, the resident’s experiences will include, but are not limited to, the following activities:
Provision of pharmaceutical care to hospitalized patients via participation in daily inpatient rounds on the Internal Medicine service and elective rotation services.
Participation in physician, pharmacist, nursing, and patient education.
Development and completion of a clinical research project.
Co-authorship of a manuscript for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.
Provision of mentorship and service as co-preceptor to Doctor of Pharmacy students from Butler University in the setting of Internal Medicine.
Participation in classroom instruction (both didactic and case-based interactive discussion) of Doctor of Pharmacy students at Butler University.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree and PGY1 residency completion
About Indiana University Health
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