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Program Information

Thank you for your interest in Baylor All Saints Medical Center- Fort Worth Pharmacy Practice Residency.

 

The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program at Baylor All Saints Medical Center (BASMC) was established in 2003 to develop pharmacists for leading roles in acute care, pharmacy practice management and/or additional post-graduate training.

 

The program is accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). The program is based on the Residency Learning System (RLS), and residents are evaluated using the PharmAcademic system.

 

The program offers great flexibility, which allows the residency to be tailored to the specific needs of the individual resident. The program complies with the ASHP Accreditation Standards for PGY1 Pharmacy Residencies and the American Society of Health System Pharmacists (ASHP) duty-hour requirement.

 

Required Areas of Training

Rotations

(Duration of FIVE weeks each)

Longitudinal Experiences

(Experiences for the duration of residency)

Hospital Pharmacy Orientation

Drug Information

Internal Medicine

Practice Management

Critical Care

Pharmacy Practice

Nutrition

Major Project

Management Teaching certificate – provided in coordination with University of North Texas School of Pharmacy

 

Elective rotations are tailored to each individual resident’s needs and desires.

 

Elective Rotation Opportunities

(Duration of FIVE weeks each)

Neonatal Critical Care

Oncology

Cardiology

Solid Organ Transplant

Nephrology

Emergency Medicine

Infectious Disease

Ambulatory Care

Medication Safety Community Pharmacy Practice

 

A teaching certificate is offered in conjunction with the University of North Texas College of Pharmacy.

 

Some of the opportunities available to the accepted resident include:

  • Rotations through a wide variety of clinical specialties, including transplant services, nutrition, intensive care, oncology, neonatal services and cardiology
  • Opportunities to assist with the education of pharmacy students from multiple colleges of pharmacy
  • Numerous opportunities to participate in special projects, process improvement teams, and educational offerings

 

Our program is designed to give each resident an individualized experience based upon foundational learning objectives, as well as expanded involvement in those areas where special interests exist. The goal is to develop and augment personal leadership abilities, ensuring that the resident is prepared to meet the challenges of the future. We seek individuals with a positive spirit who aspire to be pharmacy practice leaders as their career path unfolds.



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