The PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency builds upon the competencies achieved in a PGY1 residency, transitioning the resident from generalist care to providing specialized care to children. It equips the resident to participate as an integral interdisciplinary team member caring for children and to assume responsibility for optimal pharmaceutical care. The resident will function independently as a practitioner while maintaining close contact with a preceptor to help conceptualize and integrate accumulated experience and knowledge to improve medication therapy in a variety of settings. The resident will be prepared for teaching, scholarship, and practice leadership. After completion of this residency, the resident will be prepared to practice as a pharmacy specialist with skills in drug distribution and information; to serve as a clinical faculty member by precepting pharmacy students and residents; to contribute to the pharmacy literature; and to attain board certification in pediatric pharmacy. For further information and application materials, please visit https://muschealth.org/patients-visitors/about-us/residencies-and-fellowships/pharmacy. Contact Lauren Haney, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS (RPD); email@example.com.
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