Pharmacists completing the two-year infectious diseases pharmacy fellowship in antimicrobial stewardship will gain experience in developing research questions, designing protocols, managing and analyzing quantitative data, and publishing research findings. Further, they will learn to develop, implement, and assess multidisciplinary antimicrobial stewardship programs on a system-wide level. They will be skilled in educating other health care professionals, students, and patients, and will exemplify professionalism both in philosophy and by example. Upon completion of the program, fellows will be able to apply scientific investigation to the improvement of infectious diseases pharmacy practice. This program is offered jointly through Henry Ford Hospital Department of Pharmacy Services and Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
Over the course of the program, the fellow is responsible for developing 2 to 3 research proposals for which he or she will serve as co-primary investigator. They will maintain an active role in the antimicrobial stewardship program through longitudinal research, service and teaching. Graduate level coursework in biostatistics, epidemiology and public health Wayne State University is required, with tuition reimbursement available. Fellows have the option to complete a graduate certificate in public health.
For more information, please visit: https://www.henryford.com/hcp/med-ed/allied/pharmacy/id-fellowship
Applicants must be graduates of an ACPE-accredited College of Pharmacy, have completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency or equivalent experience, and be eligible for Michigan pharmacist licensure. Interviews are required. This is a 2-year program with one position available every two-year cycle.
A letter of intent, curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, and three letters of recommendation should be submitted by January 1st, 2023.