Under the general leadership of the Network Clinical Pharmacy Manager, a PGY-1 Pharmacy Extern/Resident completes advanced post-graduate training in focused clinical and dispensing assignments to further develop clinical pharmacy skills, drug information knowledge and clinical research skills. Extern/Resident is assigned multiple pharmacy-focused projects and drug information queries throughout the residency year.
Responsible for completing and presenting a clinical pharmacy research project by the end of the residency year.
Responsible for the preparation and dispensing of pharmaceuticals in a safe and effective manner pursuant to medication orders issued by licensed prescribers; performs pharmacy clinical functions; provides education about drug therapy and pharmacy services for hospital staff, physicians, patients and student; monitors drug therapy and utilization; and maintains a pharmacy drug information service for patients, staff, and physicians. Makes decisions about a patient's drug therapy based on information provided by the physician, nurse and other care givers and based on other information available from numerous sources pertinent to the decision making process.
Graduate of an accredited college of Pharmacy with a B.S. or PharmD. Degree or anticipated graduation from an accredited college of pharmacy prior to the extern/residency year.
Licensed to practice Pharmacy in the State of Indiana. Candidates eligible for licensure to practice Pharmacy in the State of Indiana will be considered. Licensure in Indiana must be obtained within 90 days from the date of hire. Duties will be restricted until licensed and a licensed Pharmacist must oversee the Pharmacist eligible for licensure.
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