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Pharmacy Resident Activities

Customized to your interests, with a variety of learning experiences

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The Bryan Pharmacy Residency Program provides extensive training in a challenging, collaborative environment focused on you.

Application deadline:
January 2, 2019

Apply via the PhORCAS system

You will be involved in a variety of required and elective learning opportunities, so that your program is personalized to your interests. The Bryan Pharmacy Residency Program also includes additional professional collaboration and learning opportunities for you.

Required Learning Experiences
(four weeks)

  • Integrated Care I - Internal Medicine and General Surgery East Campus 
  • Integrated Care I - Internal Medicine and General Surgery West Campus
  • Integrated Care II - Cardiology
  • Medical Intensive Care plus your choice of either: Neuro/Trauma Intensive Care or Cardiac Intensive Care

Research Project based on your clinical interests and a topic that is relevant to Bryan Medical Center. A preceptor will be assigned for project guidance. Project includes a formal proposal and written manuscript to be presented at the Midwest Pharmacy Residency Conference.

Elective Learning Experiences (select four)

  • Mental Health
  • Trauma Elective
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship
  • Long-term Acute Care/Critical Illness Recovery Hospital
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
  • Pulmonary Rounding Service
  • Repeat any other learning experience

Longitudinal Learning Experiences

  • Rapid Response Team/Adult/Pediatric Code Response
  • Code Trauma Response
  • Committee Involvement – tailored to interests of the resident
  • Teaching Certificate Program and student precepting
  • Medication Safety
  • Service
  • Research Project

Bryan pharmacy practice residents benefit from the collaborative partnerships fostered to provide additional professional growth opportunities, including:

  • Building preceptor and teaching skills in the Teaching Certificate program offered through Creighton University, which also promotes networking with other area residents
  • Ongoing professional growth opportunities through education and lecture programs at Bryan Medical Center and Union College Allied Health Programs
  • Serving as a preceptor for pharmacy students as part of monthly rotations

Pharmacy Resident Staffing Experience

You will work about 32 hours a month. This includes a combination of day, weekend and evening hours. The exact schedule will be worked out between the residency program director and the resident to meet this staffing needs and resident activities.

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