The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) School of Pharmacy is seeking two qualified candidates for
1. Post-Graduate Year 1 Resident in Community-Based Pharmacy Residency with Clinical Practice Site at Good Value Pharmacy
2. Post-Graduate Year 1 Resident in Community-Based Pharmacy Residency with Clinical Practice Site at Evergreen Pharmacy
The resident will participate an intensive community-based patient care and faculty development experiences that will prepare the resident as a community-based primary care pharmacist and academic leader, to ensure access to high quality, innovative primary care services, reduce health disparities and promote community wellness.
The 1-year full-time residency beginning July 1, 2021 will prepare the candidate for a successful community-based pharmacy and academic career, emphasizing:
Clinical excellence and teamwork
Community-engagement and partnership
Educational design, teaching and evaluation
Research on primary care conditions and processes, to improve quality, access and patient-centered outcomes
By collaborating with a rich network of community partners, residents provide pharmaceutical and primary care services to patients in the community. Residents will address social and economic determinants of care, and work to optimize delivery of care to patients in the community. Our nationally recognized faculty provide educational training to complement clinical experience. Residents benefit from collaborations with other primary care physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and social scientists with expertise in population health management, patient-centered care, inter-professional teams and chronic disease self-management. Clinical and teaching experiences, research training, and mentorship are individualized to meet unique needs and interests of each resident.
Residents hold a faculty appointment at the rank of Instructor, and receive:
A competitive stipend and benefits
Support of a network of productive faculty and peers
Minimum requirements include a PharmD degree, eligibility for licensure to practice pharmacy in the state of Wisconsin, and a commitment to a career in community-based pharmacy practice. Residents must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Spanish speakers and individuals from minority groups underrepresented in academic medicine are strongly encouraged to apply.
Building: Health Science Research Center and Clinical Practice Sites
Department: MCW School of Pharmacy, Clinical Sciences Department
Reports to (Title): Sara L. Revolinski, PharmD, Residency Program Director
Direct Reports (Titles): N/A
Collaborates with (Titles): Faculty and staff at MCW, preceptors and clinicians at clinical practice sites. One PGY1 will have their clinical practice site at Good Value Pharmacy, and the other will be at Evergreen Pharmacy.
Minimum Required Education: PharmD from an accredited school of pharmacy
Minimum Required Experience: Interest in practicing in a community-based practice environment, providing direct patient care.
Grade Name NULL
Full-Time Equivalent 1.0
FLSA Status Exempt
FLSA Test Learned Professional
Workweek Full-time role with expectations for 80% coverage at the clinical practice site and 20% coverage at MCW School of Pharmacy. Flexibility required as necessary to accommodate business needs.
Job ID TBD
Job Name Community-Based PGY1 Pharmacy Resident
Position Category TBD
About MCW School of Pharmacy
Over 1,640 full-time and part-time faculty of the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) play a pivotal role in upholding the missions of MCW: education, research, patient care and community engagement. Education: MCW has over 800 students in Medical School, nearly 400 graduate students, and 160 postdoctoral fellows in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. There are more than 670 physicians in residency training and 180 physicians in fellowship training. Approximately 250 Continuing Medical Education-accredited activities are offered annually for physician and other health professionals. Research: MCW is the largest research institution in Eastern Wisconsin and received $154 million in grant awards for research, teaching, training and related purposes in FY 2013-2014 of which $138 million was for research, including funding from the National Institutes of Health and other sponsors. Patient Care: Approximately 1,510 physicians, 600 nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other health care practitioners care for more than 500,000 patients of all ages annually at Children’s hospital of Wisconsin, Froedtert Hospital, Zablocki VA Medical Center and many other hospitals and c...linics in Eastern Wisconsin. Community Engagement: More than 280 faculty engaged in more than 480 community outreach activities to advance the health of people and communities throughout metro Milwaukee and Wisconsin in 2014.The Medical College of Wisconsin offers an environment with abundant opportunities, an outstanding benefits package and competitive salary, as we understand that much of the success of MCW can be attributed to our world renowned faculty members.