Projects and Activities

Projects and Activities

In addition to didactic and experiential training, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center offers limitless opportunities for projects and involvements that will enrich the residency experience.   As part of the degree requirement all residents will be required to complete a MS project over the course of the two year residency.  A drug utilization evaluation is also required during the PGY1 year.  During the PGY2 focus on administration will include budgeting, lectures, schedule development, and administrator on call.

Membership to different committees and organizations is also available for administration residents based on their particular interests.  Examples include:

At Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

  • Department of Pharmacy Leadership Committee
  • Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committeeconference room
  • Center for Antimicrobial Utilization, Stewardship and Epidemiology (CAUSE)
  • Pharmacy Decision Support Committee
  • Anticoagulation Committee

At State and National Level

  • South Eastern Residency Conference
  • North Carolina Association of Pharmacists
  • University HealthSystem Consortium
  • ASHP

 

Program Overview
Meet Our Team
Residency Goals and Competency
Rotations and Courses
Projects and Activities
Summary Benefits
Application Process

Quick Reference

MS Pharmacy Administration
Adam Orsborn, PharmD, MS

336-713-3403

aorsborn@wakehealth.edu

Nate Peaty, PharmD, MS

336-713-3113

npeaty@wakehealth.edu

Regina Schomberg, PharmD, BCPS

336-713-3421

schomberg
@wakehealth.edu

Mitchell Dorn, PharmD

336-713-5127

mdorn@wakehealth.edu

Joanna Robinson, PharmD

336-713-2045

jmrobins@wakehealth.edu

Location:
Pharmacy WFBMC
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27157
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