University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy offer six acute care-based PGY2 specialty residency programs. Through each of these programs, the resident will develop skills to design and deliver direct patient care and specialized pharmacy services as part of a collaborative practice environment; develop teaching and assessment skills; and develop research skills through the design, implementation, assessment, and publication of a practice-based research project. Each respective program prepares residents to become fully integrated members of the interdisciplinary team, to make complex pharmacotherapy decisions, and to serve as a clinical content expert, educator, and researcher. The PGY2 Residency programs in these areas provide a wide variety of opportunities to practice within acute care, ambulatory care, and sub-specialty practices, including cardiovascular and critical care, infectious diseases, hematology and oncology, solid organ transplant and psychiatry*. Additional details about each program can be found at: http://www.pharmacy.pitt.edu/programs/residency/residency_index.php.
* In addition to the PGY2 programs, we are offering a PGY1/2 position for candidates interested in a PGY1 and early commitment to our psychiatric PGY2 program following the 2019-2020 residency year; however, we will not be interviewing for these positions through PPS. Please contact UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Residency Director, Tanya Fabian, PharmD, PhD, BCPP (firstname.lastname@example.org) and PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Director, Matthew Joseph, PharmD, BCPS (email@example.com) for further information.
PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant – Kristine Schonder, PharmD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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About University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)/University of Pittsburgh
The Pittsburgh campus serves as the home of both the University of Pittsburgh and its partner, UPMC. One of the leading nonprofit health systems in the United States, UPMC and its member hospitals collaborate with Pitt's schools of the health sciences to advance the quality and efficiency of transplantation, oncology, and psychiatry, among other specialties.
The University of Pittsburgh is a leader in education, clinical care, and research – ranking number four in overall NIH funding – a universally recognized benchmark of research excellence. Pitt is ranked #18 in top Public Schools according to Forbes list and is among the top universities in the world. U.S. News ranks Pitt as among one of the top best global universities and best schools for Pharmacology ranking 9th for best graduate school for pharmacy.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy is in partnership with UPMC which is a truly cohesive health delivery system, with centers of excellence in transplant, cancer, neurosurgery, psychiatry, rehab, geriatrics, and women’s health. It has top-ranked hospitals and service lines. UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside is ranked #1 in Pennsylvania and #15 in the nation, ...and is one of only nine hospitals ranked in the nation’s top 20 of America’s Best Hospitals for 10 years in a row by U.S. News & World Report. UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh is ranked in the nation’s top 10 of America’s Best Children’s Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.