Clinical Pharmacy Specialist for Ambulatory Pediatric Oncology
The Johns Hopkins Children's Center is seeking a motivated individual to assume a clinical leadership position in pediatric pharmacy practice. The practice will focus on providing ambulatory care clinical services for Pediatric Oncology patients; activities include the development of oral chemotherapy monitoring services for these patients, as well designing and optimizing medication therapy regimens, performing therapeutic drug monitoring, providing patient education, and developing adherence support programs. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will provide specialized pharmaceutical care, develop and apply medication use policies and standards, precept residents and students, and participate in research activities in the area of Pediatric Oncology. They will work collaboratively with members of the health care team, including physicians, nurses, social workers, dieticians and other pharmacists in the ambulatory and acute care settings. Additionally, this role will support transitions of care for the pediatric oncology service between the acute care and ambulatory setting.
The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will serve as a preceptor for pharmacy residents of ASHP accredited PGY-1 and PGY-2 residency programs. Faculty appointments are available through affiliations with the College of Pharmacy at the University of Maryland and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Preferred qualifications for this position include the completion of the Doctor of Pharmacy degree, PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice residency and PGY-2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency, respectively. Competitive salary and benefits accompanied by support for professional development activities.
Michael Veltri, PharmD, MBA Division Director, Pediatric Pharmacy The Johns Hopkins Children's Center and the Kennedy Krieger Institute Phone: 410-955-5605 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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