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  • 05 Nov 2021 4:13 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Johns Hopkins Home Care Group, Home Infusion

    Job Title: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Diseases/OPAT

    Location: Baltimore, MD

    Contact: Adrienne Shepardson, PharmD, Infusion Pharmacy Operations Manager -,


    Details: The Johns Hopkins Home Care Group is seeking a motivated individual to assume a clinical leadership position in infectious diseases ambulatory and home care practice. The individual will work with an interdisciplinary team to provide clinical management and oversight for outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy (OPAT) services, including supporting transitions of care services from acute care to home infusion and skilled nursing facilities under a collaborative practice drug therapy management agreement. The individual will develop and apply medication use policies, lead quality improvement initiatives for OPAT services, support the development of ambulatory antimicrobial stewardship services, and participate in research activities. The individual will work closely with physicians, nurses, and pharmacists across the continuum of care to ensure safe, timely, and effective OPAT treatment and monitoring. She/he will serve as a preceptor for student pharmacists and pharmacy residents of ASHP accredited PGY-1 and PGY-2 residency programs. Faculty appointments are available through affiliations with the University of Maryland College of Pharmacy and the University of Notre Dame of Maryland College of Pharmacy. A PharmD degree is required, PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency training (or equivalent experience) is required, and PGY2 Infectious Diseases residency training with OPAT and home infusion experience is preferred.

    Apply Here 

  • 03 Nov 2021 2:03 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Title: Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist

    Locations: OhioHealth Mansfield and Shelby Hospitals

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  • 01 Oct 2021 11:24 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Title: Clinical Pharmacist – Infectious Diseases / Internal Medicine

    Site: Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA


    Ramy Elshaboury, PharmD, BCPS-AQ ID

    Clinical Pharmacy Manager

    Medicine, Surgery & Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Services

    Director, PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency


    This joint position will support the continued advancement of the Anti-infective Stewardship Programs (ASP) at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). This ID Clinical Pharmacist will help advance the mission of the program while:

    • Serving as a liaison between the MGH Infectious Diseases and Internal/Hospital Medicine pharmacy teams
    • Providing direct patient care within the multi-disciplinary Infectious Diseases and Med-Surg inpatient teams at MGH.

    Clinical Pharmacists assume responsibility and accountability for the provision of safe, effective, and prompt medication therapy. Clinical Pharmacists proficiently provide direct patient-centered care and integrated pharmacy operational services in a decentralized practice setting with physicians, nurses, and other hospital personnel to deliver optimal medication therapy to patients with a broad range of disease states. These clinicians are aligned with target interdisciplinary programs and specialty services to deliver medication therapy management within specialty patient care services and to ensure pharmaceutical care programs are appropriately integrated throughout the institution. Pharmaceutical care services include but are not limited to assessing patient needs, incorporating age and disease specific characteristics into drug therapy and patient education, adjusting care according to patient response, and providing clinical interventions to detect, mitigate, and prevent medication adverse events. Clinical Pharmacists serve as a departmental resources and liaisons to other departments, hospital personnel, or external groups. They proficiently manage and facilitate the appropriate use of medications according to professional and regulatory standards. They also conduct clinical research and practice advancement projects as well as patient care quality and regulatory compliance initiatives designed to improve medication-use processes or pharmacy practice. Clinical Pharmacists provide medication and practice-related education/training and actively serve as preceptors for pharmacy residents and Doctor of Pharmacy students (MGH Pharmacy Residency website:

    Licenses, Certifications, and/or Registrations:   

    • Current licensure as a pharmacist in the state of Massachusetts (or eligible) required
    • Board Certification in area of expertise is required within 18 months of hire (if not already certified)


    • Completion of ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency required and PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency or Fellowship preferred
    • Clinical pharmacy experience (2-4 years) in a hospital / infectious diseases setting required
    • Exceptional aptitude or knowledge may be considered in lieu of experience. Extensive clinical experience and development may be considered in lieu of formal training.

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  • 23 Sep 2021 2:34 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Pharmacist Position

    • Location is Clement J Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI
    • The position closes on 9/30/21

    Description of job:

    The following responsibilities are divided between 2 ID pharmacists. Restructuring of responsibilities will be considered based on the candidate’s interests.

    Inpatient responsibilities include attending rounds with the consultation team, performing antimicrobial stewardship (prospective audit and feedback) and assessing restricted antimicrobial drug requests. Outpatient responsibilities include monitoring of OPAT patients, assisting ID physicians in clinic, as well as attending ID pharmacy specific clinics (in person and phone) where patients are seen for hepatitis C, latent TB, azole TDM, latent TB drug monitoring and HIV/PrEP drug monitoring.

    Administrative responsibilities include sitting on various committees (PNT, Infection control, antimicrobial subcommittee, VISN12 hepatitis task force, VISN12 stewardship task force), participating in QI/QA projects as well as maintaining and creating antimicrobial related policies. ID pharmacists precept pharmacy students and PGY1 resident projects and while on rotation. The ID pharmacy section also has a PGY2 infectious diseases pharmacy residency program with one resident.


    For more information and/or to apply, please click the link below. 


  • 20 Sep 2021 2:15 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy – Adult Infectious Diseases

    University of the Sciences

    Philadelphia, PA

    We are recruiting for an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy – Adult Infectious Diseases (non-tenure track). The practice site for the position is Cooper University Hospital, in Camden, NJ (8 miles from campus) and includes both inpatient ID consult service, as well as outpatient (e.g. HIV) clinic opportunities. This individual will be responsible for precepting pharmacy students and residents on experiential (IPPE and APPE) rotations and will have the opportunity to precept PGY2 residents as well. Additionally, the individual will assist with on-campus teaching, student mentoring, and student precepting at the Cooper Rowan Clinic (an interprofessional student managed clinic). The individual will have additional responsibilities serving on institutional committees and other working groups, as applicable.

    For more information or to apply, please click below. 


  • 15 Sep 2021 1:00 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Clinical Pharmacist Specialist-Infectious Disease, UofL Health-Jewish Hospital, Days, Full Time


    The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist provides specialized pharmaceutical services to improve drug usage and therapeutic outcomes for patients. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist actively participates in multidisciplinary patient care rounds, medication order evaluation and verification, drug distribution, technician supervision, and clinical services including medication histories, pharmacokinetic dosing, drug information requests, and patient counseling to ensure the best medication therapy outcomes. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will participate in development of new programs, services, practices, and facilitate scholarly and professional development activities in their area of expertise. Major job responsibilities include: medication order evaluation (to include but not limited to appropriateness and effectiveness) and verification, drug distribution support, technician supervision, clinical intervention, formulary management, and resource for nursing and physician medication related inquiries. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will participate in the design, implementation, and monitoring associated with the provision of safe, effective and economical pharmacotherapy for all patients. They will serve as a subject matter expert collaborating with pharmacy leadership in the development and implementation of clinical pharmacy services and ensure compliance with policies and procedures at UofL Hospital.

    For more information or to apply, click below. 

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  • 07 Sep 2021 10:43 AM | Anonymous
    • Job Location: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston, MA

      Position Summary: This pharmacist will assist the Associate Director for Antimicrobial Stewardship and the Medical Director of Antimicrobial Management with the task of improving antimicrobial utilization.  Through collaborative work efforts, the person in this position will also help to implement processes to improve the clinical and microbiological effectiveness of antimicrobials.  This will include use of computer systems including computerized provider order entry, microbiology and online medical records.   This candidate will assist in the tracking and trending of antimicrobial resistance particularly as it relates to utilization.  He/she will participate in the education of prescribers and other healthcare providers including pharmacists and nurses toward improvements in the process of maximizing antibiotic efficacy and cost- effectiveness.  They will work toward identification of adverse drug reactions and plans to avoid future events as well as improvements in patient care through potentially decreased length of stay.  They will participate in antimicrobial Formulary optimization to help realize further cost benefits and improve congruence with evidence based practice.

      Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Practices pharmacy with a focus on antimicrobial management in accordance with the laws, rules and regulation of the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy, Department of Public Health, the Food and Drug Administration, and the Drug Enforcement Administration and in accordance with established policies and procedures.  Maintains certification and credentials in accordance with the Board of Registration and submits proof to department of certification annually.
    • Assumes responsibility for daily activities of the Stewardship program including pre-prescriptive approval reviews, post prescriptive review and feedback, Vigilanz alerts relative to drug duplication, bug-drug mismatches, therapeutic drug monitoring and intravenous to oral conversions.

    Reviews patient specific data and identifies opportunities for intervention such as
    • De-escalation based on microbiologic data
    • Dosing optimization based on microbiologic data/patient specific PK
    •  Medication adjustments to avoid clinically significant Interactions 
    Assists the Antimicrobial Management Directors in the preparation of monthly/quarterly summaries of interventions to include:
    • Quantification and qualification of interventions by: acceptance rate, cost avoidance, service and unit specific trends.
    Participates in the planning and implementation of clinical staff development for pharmacists toward antimicrobial management. Serves as a mentor to the pharmacy staff in terms of pharmacy practice and patient care. 
    Participates actively on the Antibiotic Subcommittee to P&T Committee through the following activities.
    •  Submits items for the monthly agenda.
    •  Assists in the preparation of anti-infective drug Formulary reviews.  This will include literature searches and retrieval for a summative and evaluative review of basic science and clinical literature.  A written summary in a format that is standardized and complete will need to be compiled. Within this summary, a recommendation for the addition or substitution of drugs on Formulary will be written a rationale according to hospital utilization and published evidence.
    • Assists in the performance of drug utilization reviews by any of the following categories: 
      • Drug based: drugs with high use, drugs associated with high costs, drugs with narrow safety margins.
      • Pathogen based: pathogens with high frequency, pathogens associated with high costs.
      • Resistance trending: identify potential relationships between utilization and local resistance.
    • Assists in Guideline development relevant to antimicrobials and/or infectious diseases through work with multidisciplinary groups to devise and implement drug specific guidelines and disease state specific guidelines, particularly around core measure initiatives.
      • This will involve literature searches and retrieval for a summative and evaluative review of basic science and clinical literature.
      • From this, a gradation of evidence based practice will be compiled
      •  A written draft will be prepared.

    Participates in Guideline Quality Assurance and dashboard metrics through identification and tracking of key core measures as well as preparation of monthly/quarterly/annual report summaries.


    Works collaboratively and systematically to review the current standard antimicrobial susceptibility reports based on site of infection and pathogen. Assists in the evaluation of the impact of panel changes on antimicrobial ordering.

    Contributes to physician education programs aimed to build awareness about institution-specific best practice relative to antimicrobial utilization.

    Works with the Associate Director to test and continually evaluate clinical decision support changes in cPOE relative to antimicrobial utilization.

    Assists the Medical and associate Director to ensure the components of Clinical Pharmacy Services relative to antimicrobials meet the requirements necessary for TJC accreditation.  

    Assists in the implementation of departmental short and long term goals, and participates in accomplishing agreed-upon goals.  Assists in the coordination, implementation, administration and quality assessment of clinical pharmacy programs.

    Qualifications/Skills & Knowledge Requirements:

    Required Qualifications:

    1.    Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy required. Doctoral degree in Pharmacy (PharmD) preferred.

    2.    License Massachusetts Pharmacist required.

    3.    1-3 years related work experience required.

    4.    1 year Pharmacy residency or 3 years of Clinical Pharmacy experience in hospital setting.

    5.    Experience with computer systems required, including web based applications and some Microsoft Office applications which may include Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Access.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    1.    Pharmacy Residency PGY2 specialty experience or equivalent experience or 5 years of clinical pharmacy experience in a hospital setting.

    2.    Board certification in Infectious Diseases.

    3.    Project management and program development experience a plus. Pharmacy residency preceptor experience preferred. Coaching and mentoring of pharmacy staff experience preferred. Demonstrates advanced pharmacy knowledge related to area of practice.

    For questions please contact Christopher McCoy, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP at

  • 27 Aug 2021 11:14 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Job title: Clinical Specialist Pharmacist – Infectious Diseases

    Location: Mayo Clinic Hospital Arizona

    Job Description:

    Provides an expert level of consultation, guidance, and direction for appropriate infectious disease affiliated medication use. In conjunction with a team of infectious disease physicians, provides complete care to the patient through inpatient patient care and rounding service as applicable, consultative services Infectious Disease (e.g. Coccidioidomycosis) clinic, and multidisciplinary patient care planning meetings. Optimizes the outcomes of patients with infectious diseases by providing evidence-based, patient centered drug therapies, and monitors for drug-related problems and medication cost containment. Supports CMS mandates related to drug interactions or complications and for systems to promote antimicrobial stewardship and surveillance. Provides pharmacokinetic consultations as required. Detects, monitors, documents, and reports adverse drug reactions and medications errors. Monitors drug therapy to evaluate appropriateness of use, dose, dosage form, regimen, route, therapeutic duplication, and drug interactions. Communicates ongoing patient information and efficacy and safety of treatment regimen(s) to all care providers. Provides in-service education to the ID team and clinic staff, performs patient and caregiver education, and counsels patients regarding medication therapy and compliance. Leads and participates in interdisciplinary hospital committees, protocol development, and education of pharmacists, nursing and physicians. Coordinates current patient issues and therapy recommendations with pharmacy staff. Supports research activities of the respective specialty team as requested. Participates actively in all respective area of specialty team meetings, which include discharge management, scientific research and educational teaching conferences. Keeps abreast of changing protocols and clinical pharmacy standards as they pertain to applicable area of specialty (infectious disease).

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    Contact with any questions:

    Matthew Wanek, PharmD
    Assistant Director of Pharmacy

    Lynn Chan, PharmD, BCIDP

    Clinical Specialist Pharmacist – Infectious Diseases

  • 19 Aug 2021 9:42 AM | Anonymous

    Location:  St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital (Trinity Health System) in Pontiac, MI

    Job Description:

    ·       Serves as the primary Pharmacy Department liaison for issues related to Infectious Diseases including committee involvement; collaborates with other Pharmacy Department staff on these issues when necessary.

    ·       Partners with the Chair(s) of the Antimicrobial Stewardship program to develop annual priorities and metrics with accountability to those metrics shared by the dyad.

    ·       Coordinates the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP).

    ·       Collaborates regularly with Antimicrobial Stewardship Program leads for other Trinity Health sites within the region, state, and system"

    ·       Provides pharmaceutical care to patients with Infectious Diseases and in other assigned areas; assumes responsibility for facilitating the entire medication use process (prescribing, dispensing, administering, and monitoring) for patients with Infectious Diseases; participates in multidisciplinary rounds.

    ·       Provides mentorship to other pharmacists in the areas of Clinical Pharmacy and Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Monitors anti-infective use in target patient populations.

    ·       Prepares and presents formulary reviews for anti-infective agents.

    ·       Identifies, implements, and monitors quality and financial indicators in the management of Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Maintains files of contemporary literature on medication use related to Infectious Diseases and serves as a clinical resource to the pharmacy professional staff.

    ·       Serves as clinical pharmacy liaison with Infectious Diseases physicians; periodically provides clinical pharmacy support on Infectious Diseases rounds.

    ·       Collaborates with the medical and nursing staffs to identify patients who require intensive pharmacy intervention (e.g., medication histories, drug therapy recommendations, patient education); facilitates the communication of pharmaceutical care plans to other pharmacists.

    ·       Collaborates in the development, implementation, and ongoing assessment of treatment guidelines related to the management of Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Develops and implements medication use evaluation programs for anti-infective agents; presents results and recommendations to appropriate committees.

    ·       Participates in scholarly and professional activities related to areas of Infectious Diseases, including involvement in local, state, and national pharmacy associations or committees; participates in related clinical and pharmacoeconomic research projects; presents at local, state, and national meetings; authors articles in appropriate journals.

    ·       Maintains faculty appointment with colleges of pharmacy having teaching affiliations with the SJMO Department of Pharmacy; participates as a clerkship preceptor of pharmacy students from those academic programs and of SJMO pharmacy residents.

    ·       Participates in the identification, development and implementation of continuous quality improvement programs related to Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Collaborates with those involved in investigational drugs/research protocols related to anti-infectives.

    ·       Participates in the coordination and development of research programs, especially those related to Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Serves as the primary drug information resource for Infectious Diseases questions and areas of practice.

    ·       Investigates adverse drug events/medication incidents reported in areas of practice and provides follow-up.

    ·       Publishes guidelines and maintains references on the Antimicrobial Stewardship Intranet site.

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be a complete list of all duties performed.


    Education:Requires Clinical Doctorate degree in Pharmacy (i.e., Pharm.D)

    Experience: Minimum of two years related experience.  Clinically oriented hospital pharmacy residency preferred.

    Licensure: Current State of Michigan Pharmacist license or eligibility for licensure.

    Certification: Board certification in Infectious Diseases Pharmacy required within 12 months of position acceptance.

    Contact with any questions:

    Tana Hannawa, PharmD

    Manager, Clinical Pharmacy

    Apply Here

  • 19 Aug 2021 9:33 AM | Anonymous


    This job will expand our already existing team. With the addition of a second pharmacist to the team, dedicated time will be split between Clinical ID and Antimicrobial Stewardship. Clinical ID time will be spent supporting and rounding with Infectious Diseases consult team(s). UAMS has 3 ID consult teams: general consults, transplant ID, and orthopedic infectious diseases. Additionally, there is an Internal medicine/ID lead team that is attended by ID. While providing ID support, there will be experiential teaching opportunities with the UAMS College of Pharmacy and precepting for the UAMS PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency. There will also be dedicated time with the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP). The UAMS ASP has been in place for 10 years, and utilizes different strategies and tools to optimize antimicrobial use.

    UAMS is a 500 bed academic medical center/level 1 trauma center located in Little Rock, AR and is the only academic medical center in the state of Arkansas. UAMS has a bone marrow transplant program and solid organ transplant program, providing a diverse patient population. There are 4 PGY-1 pharmacy residents, and a critical care PGY-2 pharmacy resident, with a hope to start a PGY-2 Infectious Diseases pharmacy residency.

    Contact information:

    Please feel free to reach out to Katie Lusardi ( with any questions!

    Hiring manager: Sherry Myatt (

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