ADVANCE infectious diseases pharmacy through collaboration, research and education and LEAD antimicrobial stewardship to OPTIMIZE the care of patients with infections in every practice setting

Residencies

Residency training is divided into two post-graduate years. Post graduate year one (PGY1) offers generalized training with exposure to a broad range of clinical scenarios. Post-graduate year two (PGY2) emphasizes a specific area of interest and can help lead to specialization in a particular field. All residencies listed below are PGY2 and require previous completion of a PGY1 residency program.

To review the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists’ Educational Outcomes, Goals, and Objectives for Postgraduate Year Two (PGY2) Pharmacy Residencies in Infectious Diseases, click here.

Post your opportunity

To have your job, residency, or fellowship posted on our site

CONTACT

<< First  < Prev   1   2   Next >  Last >> 
  • 30 Nov 2022 9:39 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency

    Location:
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH

    Contact/RPD:
    Lynn Wardlow, PharmD, MBA, MS, BCIDP, AAHIVP, email: lynn.wardlow@osumc.edu  

    Purpose Statement: Residents completing this residency will have a well-rounded experience involving the care of medical, surgical, and immunocompromised patients. The program is designed to develop the resident’s clinical expertise in infectious diseases and provide opportunities for research, didactic teaching and layered preceptorship, and participation in a comprehensive Antimicrobial Stewardship Program. The goal of the program is to develop as an independent practitioner and to become an integral member of an infectious diseases multidisciplinary team and Antimicrobial Stewardship Program. Additionally, following completion of this program, the resident will be prepared to obtain a clinical faculty appointment at a college of pharmacy or university.

    Patient Care Experience: The twelve month PGY2 ID residency allows the resident to increase clinical knowledge and skills in infectious diseases through a variety of practice sites, including University Hospital, The Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, and the Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital. The PGY2 ID residency program offers the resident the benefit of selecting a unique combination of rotations, including any of six infectious diseases consult services. These services care for diverse patient populations including: internal medicine (medical and surgical), critical care (emergency medicine, medical, surgical, and neuro), cardiovascular, bone marrow transplant, hematology/oncology, and solid organ transplant (heart, lung, liver, kidney, and kidney-pancreas). In addition, the ID resident is an integral member of the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program consisting of ID physicians, pharmacists, microbiologists, infection preventionists, epidemiologists, nurses, veterinarians, and a data manager. The resident will participate in stewardship activities throughout the year, including on-call antimicrobial approval pager coverage, Antibiotic Subcommittee attendance, and the potential for developing ASP within the Ohio State Health Network.

    Research Experience: The resident will participate in and complete a clinical research project. The resident will work closely with clinicians who have extensive research experience. In addition, the resident will participate in a research lecture series to further develop his/her research skills. The resident’s major research project will be presented at a selected internal or external conference, will be submitted for publication, and may be submitted to a national or international infectious diseases conference. Additional opportunities exist for a microbiology project or quality improvement initiative. The resident may also attend IDWeek or the Making a Difference in Infectious Diseases (MAD-ID) meeting.

    Teaching Experience: The resident will serve as a preceptor for PharmD students and PGY1 residents through the layered learning model, assist in facilitating team based learning and presenting didactic lectures at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, provide education to other healthcare professionals, and participate in other teaching activities. The resident will have the option to participate in the teaching certificate program in collaboration with the College of Pharmacy.

    Writing Experience: With the guidance of a mentor, the resident will prepare and submit one or more manuscripts for publication. In addition, abstracts based on the resident’s research projects will be submitted for presentation at national and international meetings.

    Public Speaking Experience: The resident will present a variety of formal presentations, including regional/national conferences, case conference, and journal club to the OSUWMC Infectious Diseases Division, continuing education programs for pharmacy staff, and resident education sessions. Additionally, residents will provide didactic lectures to the College of Pharmacy and other professionals. Many other opportunities exist for presentation to both small and large interdisciplinary groups.

    Staffing Experience: The staffing responsibilities include approximately one (1) out of every 3 weekends (20 total weekends) practicing as a licensed Ohio pharmacist within OSUWMC. In addition, the resident will be expected to periodically cover for pharmacist CE presentations and meetings.

    Interview Process: Candidates will be selected for a virtual interview based on application materials and/or an initial interview. During the interview, the candidate will meet with the residency program director, preceptors, the current infectious diseases resident, infectious disease physicians, and members of the interdisciplinary Antimicrobial Stewardship Program. The candidate should be prepared to give a 20-30 minute presentation on his/her topic of choice.

    Training site: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, including the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute and the Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital in Columbus, Ohio

    Additional Program Specifics: Find further information at the OSUWMC PGY2 ID Residency Website. Please visit the main OSUWMC Residency Program Website for general information about our residency programs.


  • 16 Nov 2022 10:24 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency Program

    Location: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

    Residency Program Director Contact:
    Jeffrey Pearson, PharmD, BCIDP (jcpearson@bwh.harvard.edu)

    Description: Brigham and Women’s Hospital has an opening for an ID PGY2 in the upcoming academic year, please click the link below for more details, and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions!

    More Information 



  • 16 Nov 2022 10:21 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Milwaukee Veteran's Affairs Medical Center Post Graduate Year Two (PGY2) Infectious Diseases 

    Location: Clement J Zablocki VAMC in Milwaukee, WI

    Contact: Grace Mortrude, PharmD, BCIDP grace.mortrude@va.gov

    Details/Description: The Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center offers a one year PGY2 residency in Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Practice for pharmacists desiring advanced clinical training in infectious diseases pharmacotherapy. The program is accredited by the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (ASHP). The Milwaukee VA PGY2 ID pharmacy practice residency builds on experiences gained through a PGY1 program and is designed to offer both didactic and clinical experiences leading to the development of a practitioner with expert knowledge and skills in the area of infectious diseases pharmacotherapy.

    The goals of the PGY2 ID residency are to:

    • Develop expertise in clinical infectious diseases pharmacotherapeutics and antimicrobial stewardship
    • Optimize understanding of anti-infective pharmacology, pharmacotherapy and pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics of antimicrobials
    • Enhance teaching skills by precepting students on ID clinical rotations
    • Contribute to an interdisciplinary healthcare team
    • Contribute to a pharmacist-run antimicrobial stewardship program by offering patient specific recommendations to optimize treatment of infectious diseases
    • Strengthen communication skills by presenting formal and informal lectures and in-services as well as interacting with other healthcare providers
    • Enhance clinical research and/or quality improvement skills by completing a major project
    • Develop skills to become an independent ID clinical pharmacy specialist

    CLINICAL TRAINING

    Required Rotations:

    • Adult inpatient infectious diseases consult service (6 months)
    • Antimicrobial stewardship program (6 months)
    • Critical care (1 month)
    • Outpatient Infectious Diseases Clinics and OPAT
    • Microbiology lab (2-4 weeks)

    Elective Rotations:

    • General medicine
    • Inpatient hematology/oncology service

    Longitudinal Rotations/Activities:

    The ID resident has several longitudinal responsibilities throughout the year.

    OPAT Program:Patients discharged home on long-term home IV antibiotics are followed by the clinical ID pharmacist via the Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy (OPAT) program. Patient’s laboratory parameters and clinical progress are monitored weekly. Patients are then followed-up in the outpatient ID clinic by the ID team. The ID resident will support this program by arranging home IV antibiotics in the outpatient setting, performing and evaluating the weekly lab assessments, and provide patient follow up as needed.

    Infectious diseases/HIV clinic:The Zablocki VA Medical Center has several ID clinics in which patients with either HIV/AIDs and/or chronic infections are seen by the ID team. The ID resident will participate in these clinics by providing medication counseling, laboratory monitoring, and assisting with antimicrobial management.

    Hepatitis C clinic:The ID resident will provide direct patient care in the pharmacy-run Hepatitis C clinic throughout the year. Patient’s laboratory parameters and clinical progress are monitored throughout treatment.

    Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship In-services: The ID resident will provide in-services to providers and/or pharmacy trainees/staff throughout the year.

    ID Pharmacy administration: The ID resident will be assigned various administrative assignments throughout the year, which may include policy writing, stewardship initiatives, and clinical decisions support design.

    HOSPITAL COMMITTEE INVOLVEMENT

    The ID resident will be involved in the Pharmacy, Nutrition, and Therapeutics Council, Infection Control Council, and the Antimicrobial Subcommittee.

    TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

    The PGY2 ID resident will have extensive involvement with pharmacy students on the infectious diseases clinical clerkship rotation. Responsibilities include providing one-on-one mentoring, presenting seminars and in-services, and assisting with the evaluation process. The resident will also provide formal lectures to pharmacy students at Concordia University and/or other pharmacy schools as opportunities arise.

    More Information 


  • 16 Nov 2022 9:13 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency

    Location: Chicago, IL (Northwestern Memorial Hospital)

    Contact: Christie Bertram, PharmD, BCIDP; christie.bertram@nm.org

    Description: Northwestern Memorial Hospital, a 904-bed academic medical center in downtown Chicago, is offering a post-graduate year two (PGY2) infectious diseases (ID) residency program. The purpose of this program is to expand upon the competencies achieved in a post-graduate year one (PGY1) residency to promote the development of proficient, independent clinicians with an expertise in infectious diseases pharmacotherapy and antimicrobial stewardship. Learning experiences include ID consult services (general medicine, surgical, and immunocompromised/transplant), microbiology, antimicrobial and diagnostic stewardship, HIV, and health system stewardship administration. Additionally, the resident will have ample opportunities to develop precepting skills and the option to complete a teaching certificate. For more information, visit our website asp.nm.org.

    More Information 


  • 06 Oct 2022 2:12 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency

    Location: Memphis, TN (St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital)

    Contact: Ted Morton Pharm.D., BCIDP (ted.morton@stjude.org)

    Overview

    St Jude Children’s Research Hospital in collaboration with Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital (LBCH) offers a new 12-month PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency with a focus on pediatrics. The St. Jude / LBCH partnership provides the resident advanced training with experienced preceptors in ID pharmacotherapy for a diverse range of pediatric patient populations including those with immunocompromise. This program will being with the 2023-2024 training year and has pre-candidate status with ASHP.

    More Information 

  • 11 May 2022 11:10 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy (PGY2)

    Location: Chicago, IL (University of Illinois Chicago, St. Anthony Hospital)

    Contact: Dr. Rodrigo Burgos via email, rburgo1@uic.edu

    Description: This is a 1-year PGY2 specialty residency in infectious diseases (ID) pharmacotherapy. At this time, the program is not ASHP accredited. The goal of the program is to provide the incoming resident with the opportunities to develop expertise in the practice of infectious diseases pharmacy as a key player in the interdisciplinary ID team. The program will focus on developing the necessary clinical, didactic and research skills needed to practice as an independent ID pharmacist. Upon completion, residents will be prepared for advanced patient care, academic/scholarly work, and other ID specialized positions, and successfully pass the BCIDP exam. Longitudinal antimicrobial stewardship activities will take place a St. Anthony Hospital, a nearby 150-bed community hospital, where the resident works closely with the ID attending physician as the antimicrobial stewardship team. For more information and rotations available, please click the button below or contact the residency director directly. 

    More Information 


  • 08 Apr 2022 11:58 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    PGY-2 Infectious Disease Pharmacy Residency

    Location: Franciscan Health Dyer; Dyer, IN
    Contact: Sergio Villicana, PharmD, BCIDP, AAHIVP
    email:sergio.villicana@franciscanalliance.org

    Description: 

    The purpose of this residency is to prepare the trainee with the necessary skills to excel as an Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacy Specialist. Throughout the year, the resident will have opportunities for exposure in a variety of practice environments, including Antimicrobial Stewardship, Infectious Diseases consult, and Hepatitis C/HIV clinic. The resident will gain experience with management for commonly encountered infectious disease states. The resident will also be actively involved with formulary management of antimicrobials in addition to implementation and assessment of antimicrobial stewardship initiatives. Furthermore, the resident will have opportunities to assist with the training and education of pharmacy students and PGY-1 Pharmacy Residents.


    More Information/Apply 

  • 22 Mar 2022 8:47 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency Program

    Location: University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) and the University of Illinois Medical Center. 

    Contact: Dr. Rodrigo Burgosrburgo1@uic.edu 

    UIC has an opening for a ID PGY2. Please click the link below for more details

    More Information 

  • 02 Dec 2021 11:25 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Introduction:

    The Philadelphia College of Pharmacy (PCP) at the University of the Sciences offers a one-year PGY2 Infectious Diseases Residency in conjunction with Cooper University Hospital. Cooper University hospital is a 635-bed, non-profit, academic medical center in Camden, NJ.

    This residency further refines skills attained during a PGY1 residency, specifically skills in (1) providing direct patient care in inpatient and outpatient settings, (2) conducting infectious diseases related research, and (3) educating Doctor of Pharmacy students. Trainees will be prepared to be infectious diseases pharmacy specialists and academicians. The resident will participate in didactic and experiential education of Doctor of Pharmacy students while completing a teaching certificate program. Certification opportunities include: Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS); Basic Life Support (BLS); BLS instructor; Pharmacist Immunizer. The resident will develop a manuscript appropriate for submission to a peer-reviewed journal.

    For more information, please click below.

    More Information 

    Interested applicants should contact the residency program director:
    Madeline King, PharmD, BCIDP
    m.king@usciences.edu 


  • 02 Dec 2021 11:06 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency Program

    Location: Prisma Health Richland - University of South Carolina

    Columbia, SC, USA

    Contact: P. Brandon Bookstaver, PharmD, FCCP, FIDSA (bookstaver@cop.sc.edu)

    Description: 

    The University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy and Prisma Health Richland (formerly Palmetto Health) in Columbia, SC offer an Infectious Diseases PGY2 residency anchored by seven ID-trained pharmacists. The primary practice site is a tertiary care, academic medical center and primary referral center for central South Carolina. The trainee will work closely with the ID medical fellowship at Prisma Health and will have learning opportunities in antimicrobial stewardship (both inpatient & outpatient), infectious diseases consults, HIV, travel medicine/global health, microbiology and more! Clinical/outcomes research will also be a focus. The resident will work closely with the College of Pharmacy as an adjunct Clinical Instructor. Graduates of the program should feel confident to work in a variety of practice areas.  

    Follow us on twitter!  @PHUofSCPharmRes

    Please visit our website to learn more about our program and do not hesitate to reach out with any questions!  

    More Information 

<< First  < Prev   1   2   Next >  Last >> 


Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists • 403 W. Saint Charles, Suite B, Lombard, IL 60148
(331) 248-7888 sidp@affinity-strategies.com
Proudly Managed by Affinity Strategies

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software