Two Year Pharmacotherapy Residency
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Indiana University Health and Butler University
Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and Indiana University Health offer a two-year Pharmacotherapy Residency designed to provide a strong foundation in clinical arenas and academia. The resident will participate in medical rounds with advanced clinical training in both an inpatient and outpatient venue. Additionally, this two year experience will include a longitudinal experience in didactic and clinical teaching with students at Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
Applicants interested in completing this two-year residency should closely evaluate the Indiana University Health PGY1 requirements. The first year of this experience will mimic the PGY1 pharmacy residency offered at Indiana University Health. In addition to the requirements of the PGY1 residency set by Indiana University Health, pharmacotherapy residents are expected to participate in longitudinal experiences in leadership, ambulatory care, and academia. Additional requirements and opportunities will be tailored to meet the needs of the applicant.
The second year of this residency program will be organized to meet the goals of the resident set forth during their first year. Expectations will be expanded to provide a more in depth familiarity in leadership, academia, clinical practice, and research. It is the expectation that during this second year, the resident will serve as primary preceptor for 4th year pharmacy students on clinical rotations. Prior to the completion of the two year residency, each resident is required to submit a manuscript for publication.
Throughout this experience, residents will have the opportunity to work with clinical specialists throughout the various Indiana University Health medical facilities, including Indiana University Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children, and Methodist Hospital. This provides the resident with a variety of different practice and teaching styles in both a community and academic teaching facility.