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The ASHP-accredited Eskenazi Health PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency prepares residents to successfully manage complicated adult general medicine patients in an acute care setting. Residents will work alongside a multidisciplinary team at an academic safety-net medical center, focusing on the care of underserved patients with a variety of medical and socioeconomic backgrounds. Available teaching opportunities target medical professionals at all stages of training through in-services, precepting, didactic lectures and the teaching certificate program.

Upon successful completion of the residency program, residents will have achieved the following:

  • Serve as an authoritative resource on the optimal use of medications
  • Optimize the outcomes of internal medicine patients by providing evidence-based, patient-centered medication therapy as an integral part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Demonstrate excellence in the provision of training and educational activities for health care professionals and health care professionals in training
  • Demonstrate leadership and practice management skills
  • Contribute to the body of pharmacy knowledge in internal medicine
  • Evaluate, manage and improve the medication-use process
  • Demonstrate additional skills that contribute to practicing effectively in the health care environment
  • Salary and Benefits

    • $51,000 stipend
    • 28 days paid time off
    • Medical insurance available
    • Excellent and diverse work environment
    • Office space with individual computer
    • Lab coat provided
    Start date: July 1, 2019
  • Required Activities

    • Multiple departmental and hospital-wide meetings as assigned
    • Co-chairing pharmacy-focused hospital committee
    • Completion of the ASHP-provided list of organ systems-related topics
    • Internal medicine pharmacy research project and preparation of a manuscript suitable for publication
    • Internal Medicine Journal Club coordination and participation
    • Patient case presentations coordination and participation
    • Staffing requirements
    • Pharmacy Grand Rounds
    • Present research project at regional conference
  • Required Rotations

    • Orientation
    • Internal Medicine
      • Internal medicine
      • Internal medicine expanded services
      • Internal medicine with precepting
    • Medical ICU
    • Ambulatory Care
  • Elective Rotations

    Core Electives

    • Cardiology
    • Clinical Administration
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Geriatrics
    • Hematology/Oncology
    • Infectious Diseases (antimicrobial stewardship or rounding consult service)
    • Nephrology
    • Palliative Care
    • Psychiatry

    Additional Electives

    • Anticoagulation Clinic
    • Burn
    • Clot clinic (pharmacy managed DVT/PE clinic)
    • Gastroenterology clinic
    • HIV clinic
    • Nutrition Support
    • Pedigo clinic at Horizon House (a full-service agency that connects the homeless with integrated, comprehensive services)
    • Practice Management/Administration/Medication Safety
    • Pulmonary
    • Surgery/Anesthesia
    • Toxicology
    • Transitional Care Clinic
    • Additional months of any required rotation
  • Application Information

    Requirements for Application:

    • Letter of intent
    • Curriculum vitae
    • Three letters of recommendation
    • Official college transcripts
    • Eligible for Indiana licensure

    All applications will be submitted using the Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS).

    Applications will be reviewed and qualified applicants will be invited to participate in an on-site interview.

    Application due date: Jan. 4, 2019
  • Teaching Opportunities

    PGY2 Internal Medicine residents will participate in teaching activities within Eskenazi Health Pharmacy. The resident may also be involved with teaching activities made available through Purdue University, Butler University and IUPUI. Teaching activities may include but are not limited to:

    • Co-precepting PGY1 residents along with the assigned preceptor (PGY2 residents will not serve as primary preceptors for any rotation experience)
    • Co-precepting or precepting pharmacy students on APPE
    • Evaluating oral presentation skills
    • Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (IPTeC) Program which includes preparing and presenting didactic coursework, formal presentations, and teaching portfolio development (if a teaching certificate was not obtained during PGY1 residency)
    • Pharmacy in-services
    • Small group facilitation
    • Supervising/facilitating practical or lab courses
  • Contact Us

    Questions? Please email us at pharmacyresidency@eskenazihealth.edu.
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