PGY1/PGY2 Medication-Use Safety and Policy Pharmacy Residency
Rotations during the first year of the PGY1/PGY2 medication-use safety and policy residency follow those of the general PGY1 program, including several required rotations and 4 electives. Most rotations during the first year are 4 weeks in duration with opportunities to complete learning experiences at LDS Hospital and other Intermountain Healthcare facilities. The resident will also complete several longitudinal projects throughout the first year and staff a clinical area.
Rotations during the second year of the PGY1/PGY2 medication-use safety and policy residency are based out of the System-wide Drug Information Services Department. Rotations are typically 4 weeks (unless longitudinal or otherwise noted below). Rotation length may vary slightly based on preceptor availability, number of objectives to be addressed, resident interest, and scheduling nuances. Introductory experiences in core competency areas must be completed prior to advanced experiences; additionally, the first 2 rotations for each resident are in core competency areas as noted below.
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