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The PGY2 Infectious Diseases (ID) Pharmacy Residency at UW Medicine is a ASHP-accredited PGY2 program, which provides twelve months of training designed to develop and refine the skills necessary to make and monitor therapeutic interventions for the safe and efficacious use of drug therapy in patients with infectious diseases.
The rotations range from traditional inpatient ID consult services to outpatient hepatitis/HIV clinics and emergency medicine rotation focused on antimicrobial stewardship. The diverse patient populations at UW hospitals and multitude of seasoned clinicians sets this program apart from others. There are rotations in specialty areas such as solid organ transplant ID and oncology/bone marrow transplant ID. Experiences in pediatric infectious diseases may be available as well at nearby Seattle Children’s Hospital. To keep the resident well-rounded, they also spend time at Valley Medical Center or UWMC-NW campus to navigate the nuances and challenges that a smaller, community hospital offers.
The resident will develop a research project designed to improve pharmaceutical care services for patients with infectious diseases. The resident actively participates in teaching students, residents, and pharmacists during their residency. The resident works closely with a multidisciplinary team while on clinical rotations. The participation in the UW Center for Stewardship in Medicine program is a unique and rewarding experience. The program includes participants from the Pacific Northwest region and beyond and includes a weekly tele-stewardship session that includes relevant ID didactic lectures and discussion of cases submitted by the participants. The CSiM community includes pharmacists and infection preventionists from critical access and rural hospitals. The resident will actively participate in the UW CSiM program by providing lectures and coaching participants.
1. Complete all required learning experience during 12-month period
2. Longitudinal Experiences
a. Integrated Service (32 hours per 4-week schedule period)
b. Complete an Infectious Diseases quality improvement residency project, platform presentation at a Conference and submit a final project manuscript in publication format.
c. Prepare and present one pharmacist continuing education presentation.
d. Complete at least one drug therapy committee assignment for Pharmacy and Therapeutic committee or ID subcommittee. Assignment will include evaluation of published literature, utilization evaluation and a formulary/policy recommendation.
e. Complete 4 lectures with UWTASP
f. Complete 1 medication safety review
g. Prepare 1 guideline and 1 outcome evaluation for antimicrobial stewardship program
h. Submit a Flip project proposal for the next residency class.
3. ACHR for at least 90% of evaluated objectives in PharmAcademic
4. Completion of 100% of required specialty disease topics in Appendix
UW Medicine Department of Pharmacy Services offers several ASHP-accredited postgraduate PGY1 and PGY2 residencies. While the specific mix of offerings may vary from year to year, each residency provides twelve months of intense pharmacy practice training. Flexibility built into our programs allows each resident to tailor a program to fit their individual goals. Our goal is to help our residents develop the advanced skills and competencies needed to assume leadership roles within the profession.
UW Medicine Pharmacy Residency Programs: UWMC – Montlake/UWMC – Northwest/Harborview Medical Center/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
- PGY1 Pharmacy
- Health System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership/M.S. (PGY1/2)
- Ambulatory Care (PGY2)
- Critical Care (PGY2)
- Infectious Disease (PGY2)
- Investigational Drugs & Research (PGY2)
- Oncology (PGY2)
- Pain Management and Palliative Care (PGY2)
- Psychiatry (PGY2)