Information Sessions Available in 2022 for Utah Programs!

  • Join us at ASHP Midyear during the in-person residency showcase the morning of Tuesday, Dec 6th (Booths 5649/5653).
  • We will also be available during the virtual ASHP residency showcase on Dec 15th.
  • Additionally, you can learn about our Utah-based PGY1 residency programs by attending one of the virtual information sessions below. Click here to register.
    • Tuesday, Nov 1st at 6:00 PM MST (8 PM EST; 5 PM PST)
    • Tuesday, Nov 15th at 5:00 PM MST (7 PM EST; 4 PM PST)

Purpose

The combined PGY1/PGY2 medication-use safety and policy pharmacy residency at Intermountain Healthcare provides residents with 2 years of specialized training within a large, integrated health care delivery network. Upon completion of this program, the resident will be prepared to work as a specialist in drug information, medication policy, formulary management, or medication safety in a variety of practice settings.

 

Why should you consider pursuing a career in these practice areas?

  • Work in a unique, growing area of practice
  • Develop strong skills in leadership, communication, continuous improvement, and multidisciplinary collaboration
  • Promote a culture of safety and create high-reliability organizations in health care
  • Tackle the challenges of balancing rising drug costs with the clinical importance of optimizing patient care
  • Apply critical medication safety principles to make positive medication-use process changes
  • Drive evidence-based medicine at the level of an individual hospital or a multi-site health system
  • Work on projects that have a profound impact on patients' lives

 

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Program Overview

The PGY1/PGY2 medication-use safety and policy pharmacy residency provides learners with a unique opportunity to practice within a large, integrated health care network.

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Rotations

Rotations during the first year of the residency follow those of the PGY1 pharmacy residency program. In the second year of the program, the resident will be based out of the System-wide Drug Information Services Department.

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Residents

Meet our current PGY1/PGY2 medication-use safety and policy pharmacy residents.

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Preceptors

Preceptors within the PGY1/PGY2 medication-use safety and policy pharmacy residency are highly skilled and well regarded in their areas of expertise, bringing a broad scope of experience to the program.