The PGY-2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency at Temple University School of Pharmacy provides the resident with an advanced education that fosters pharmacy leadership and excellence in patient care. The residency is designed to train pharmacists to provide individualized care to adult medicine patients in the inpatient and ambulatory care settings. The rotations are designed to facilitate the development of practice management skills, optimize healthcare using evidenced-based approaches, promote advocacy and service to our patients and community, and contribute to pharmacy student education. The program has a strong transitions of care component and the resident will participate in the expansion of pharmacy services in this area. The role of the pharmacist as an educator is emphasized and the resident will have multiple teaching opportunities in large and small classroom settings in addition to experiential education precepting.
Required Learning Experiences
Inpatient Internal Medicine I – 6 weeks
Inpatient Internal Medicine II (Practice Management) – 6 weeks
Inpatient Internal Medicine III (Precepting) - 6 weeks
Internal Medicine Clinic (Ambulatory Care) – 6 week
Infectious diseases – 6 weeks
Research Project – Longitudinal 12 months
Participation on a Temple University Hospital or Temple School of Pharmacy committee
Completion or participation in a medication/drug use evaluation (MUE/DUE)
Care report or review article write up and submission
Medical mission with a faculty member and students
Required Teaching Experiences
Didactic lecture in large classroom setting
Medical resident lecture (1 per year)
Therapeutics Recitation Instructor
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited institution
Completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency or equivalent experience
Participation in ASHP/NMS Matching Program
Letter of intent
Transcript from pharmacy school
Three letters of recommendation
Deadline for application submission via PhORCAS is January 6th, 2019.
About Temple University School of Pharmacy
About Temple University School of Pharmacy (TUSP)
TUSP, one of the oldest pharmacy schools in Pennsylvania, has roots that date back to 1901. Today, TUSP has grown into a dynamic, influential name in pharmacy research and education.
In 2010, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recognized Temple as one of only 99 public and private universities to merit an RU/H classification, indicating high research activity. Our award-winning research and faculty help shape our legacy and give our students something to celebrate and aspire to.
Temple’s students, after all, are at the center of our efforts and success. Our Pharm.D., Graduate Degrees in the Pharmaceutical Sciences and QA/RA Program provide our diverse and talented student body with the opportunities they need to help them meet their various professional and educational goals.
As a school, TUSP does everything possible to contribute to the solid reputation of Temple University and promote innovation and progress in the pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice.
Every year, TUSP graduates cultivated, informed, ethical practitioners and researchers out into the world. Last year we proudly graduat...ed 98.6% of our Pharm.D. professional class, solidifying our graduation rate in the top third percentile of U.S. pharmacy schools.