Learning Experiences

Program Design

  • Core internal medicine rotations that build upon one another and focus on different practice settings such as teaching services, hospitalist services, and community hospital setting
  • Variety and flexibility for elective rotations
  • Unique longitudinal experiences in medication strategy and transitions of care

Rotations

Required Rotations

  •  5 Internal Medicine Rotations (1 month rotations)- Teaching service/co-preceptor focus (2 consecutive months)
    • Hospitalist focus
    • Community hospital focus
    • Teaching service/primary preceptor focus
  • Transitions of Care (if not previously completed as a PGY1 pharmacy resident)
  • Critical Care (if not previously completed as a PGY1 pharmacy resident)
  • 1 Medicine Subspecialty Rotation 
    • Cardiology, neurology, or nephrology

Elective Rotations

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Infectious Diseases (Antimicrobial Support Team, HIV Clinic, and/or ID consults)
  • Ambulatory Care
  • Cardiology (CVICU or Advanced Heart Failure)
  • Neurology
  • Nephrology 
  • Hematology/Oncology
  • Medical Intensive Care 
  • Psychiatry
  • Solid Organ Transplant

Longitudinal - occur within the residency year

  • Pharmacy Practice Management and Leadership
  • Population Health: Transitional Inpatient Rounds Experience (TIRE)
  • Pharmacy Practice Experience and Code Response
  • Research