This residency is an ASHP-accredited program focused on developing skills necessary to practice as a specialist in psychiatry. The program allows sufficient flexibility to adapt to the individual needs of the resident, while ensuring that all ASHP standards for specialized residency training in psychiatric pharmacy are met. Upon completion of this program, the resident should possess the skills needed to excel as either a clinical specialist in Psychiatric Pharmacy or clinical faculty member and attain board certification (i.e. BCPP). The PGY2-year includes monthly inpatient psychiatry rotations and longitudinal outpatient experiences. Notable learning opportunities include a pharmacist-led injection clinic, HIV-psychiatry clinic, and seven distinct inpatient rotations encompassing adult and adolescent populations. For further information and application materials, please visit http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/pharmacy_services/residency/. Contact Clint Ross (RPD) at email@example.com or 843-792-5570.
All residents participate in the clinical on-call service (Psychiatry on call PGY-2), teaching, journal club, MUEs, projects, and operational staffing experiences. Additional optional learning experiences include a teaching certificate through the MUSC College of Pharmacy and research certificate.
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