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PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program

The PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Cooley Dickinson Hospital (CDH) is dedicated to training pharmacists in becoming well rounded pharmacy practitioners in a collaborative environment. Residents are exposed to several acute care experiences such as critical care, internal medicine, and emergency medicine, as well as outpatient experiences such as oncology and medication therapy management at outpatient clinics. Teaching and precepting opportunities are also available.

Pharmacy Student Teaching opportunities
Many pharmacy student teaching opportunities are available through our affiliation with a number of local colleges of pharmacy, including precepting opportunities for APPE students. Classroom teaching opportunities are also available.

Interdisciplinary Education
Interdepartmental and interdisciplinary education opportunities are available to residents, including Simulation training, In-services, formal “Grand Rounds” and journal clubs.

 


Residency Information

Duration/Type:  12 mo. residency

Number of Positions: 2

Application Deadline: January 20, 2021

Starting Date: July 5, 2021

Estimated Stipend: $50,000

Interview Required: Yes


Rotations

Required (8 months)

  • Orientation (1 month)
  • Internal Medicine (2 months)
  • Critical Care (2 months)
  • Administration (1 month)
  • Hematology / oncology (2 months)
  • Research (longitudinal)
  • Medication Safety (longitudinal)
  • Pharmacy and Therapeutics (longitudinal)

Elective (4 months)

Repeat any of the above required month-long rotations, or select from below:

  • MGB Center for Drug Policy
  • Behavioral Health
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship
  • Academia

 


For more information, contact:
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Marla O’Shea-Bulman, Pharm.D., BCPS
Office: 413-582-2769
Fax: 413-582-2870

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Current PGY1 Resident Biographies

  • Phuong Duong, PharmD

    Education:MCPHS University--Boston
    Hometown: Vietnam
    Practice Interests: Infectious diseases, oncology, and emergency medicine
    Research Projects: Anticoagulation continuous process improvement project (CPIP) and “Assessing pharmacist competency and comfort after pharmacy-specific high fidelity advanced cardiac life support training.”
    Professional Development: New England Postgraduate Pharmacy Teaching and Learning Seminar and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification
    Future Career Plans: Pursue clinical pharmacist role with responsibilities in academia settings

  • Allie Jones, PharmD

    Education: Butler University in Indianapolis, IN
    Hometown: Bloomington, IN
    Practice Interests: Emergency medicine and critical care
    Research Projects: Inpatient glycemic management continuous process improvement project (CPIP) and “Assessing pharmacist competency and comfort after pharmacy-specific high fidelity advanced cardiac life support training.”
    Professional Development: New England Postgraduate Pharmacy Teaching and Learning Seminar, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification, Lambda Kappa Sigma Professional Pharmacy Fraternity Alumni, and American Society of Health-System’s Pharmacist’s Emergency Medicine Certification
    Future Career Plans: Obtain a PGY2 focused on emergency medicine or critical care with plans to become a board-certified clinical pharmacy specialist with precepting and pharmacy service development responsibilities

  • ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting

    Come visit us at our booth at ASHP’s Midyear Clinical Meeting!

    Date: Tuesday, December 10, 2019
    Time: 1 to 4 pm
    Booth Number: 6366

    Visit our ASHP Residency Listing