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Community residency programs(usn)-20101209

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  • 1. Community Pharmacy Residency Programs Brandon T. Jennings, Pharm.D. Assistant Professor of Pharmacotherapy University of Utah College of Pharmacy December 9, 2010
  • 2. What is a Community Pharmacy Residency?
    • “ Community pharmacy residencies are one year postgraduate training programs focused on advancing skills in direct patient care, patient care service development, and practice management.”
    American Pharmacists Association
  • 3. Structure
    • PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice
      • 1 month rotation blocks
      • Rotations in IM, Critical care, ambulatory care, etc., etc.
      • Providing patient care 5 days/week
      • Research project
      • Teaching opportunities (practitioners and/or students)
      • Staffing
    • PGY-1 Community Practice
      • Longitudinal experiences
      • At practice site for entire year
      • Provide patient care 2-3 days/week
      • Research Project
      • Patient-care Project
      • Teaching opportunities (practitioners and/or students)
      • Staffing
  • 4. Background
    • Originally Community Pharmacy Residency Programs (CPRP) were developed by APhA in 1986 as a way to formalize an innovative post graduate training for community practitioners
    • In 1999 a joint accreditation process was begun between APhA and ASHP
    www.pharmacist.com/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Residencies_Advanced_Training&TEMPLATE=/CM/HTMLDisplay.cfm&CONTENTID=3028
  • 5. Community Residency Programs
    • 118 available Community Residency Positions
      • 69 are accredited
      • Only 14 are located west of Mississippi River
        • 24 residency sites
      • Nearby:
        • Midwestern University
        • Oregon State University
        • University of Iowa
        • University of Minnesota
        • University of Nebraska
        • University of Southern California
        • University of Utah
        • University of Washington
  • 6. “ Typical Week”
    • Clinic – 2 to 3 days/week
    • Teaching Opportunities – 1 day/week
      • TA
      • Teaching (large group, small group, one-on-one)
    • “ Educational” Opportunities – 1 day/week
      • Journal club, topic discussions, etc.
    • Research/Patient-care Project – 1 day/week
  • 7. Graduates
    • Academia
    • Ambulatory Care
      • Primary care clinics
      • PGY-2 ambulatory care
    • Clinical Coordinator (regional or national)
    • Community Practitioner
    • Managerial Position
  • 8. Resources
    • Value of a Community Residency Program:
    • http://www.pharmacist.com/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Residencies_Advanced_Training&TEMPLATE=/CM/ContentDisplay.cfm&CONTENTID=23034
    • Community Residency Database Locator:
    • http://www.pharmacist.com/ResidencyLocator/ResidencyLocator.asp