Rotations

During the pharmacy residency year, valuable experience is gained through a variety of well-developed and fully integrated services provided by the pharmacy departments. Required rotational learning experiences include 10 core rotations:

Experience

Length

Hospital Pharmacy Orientation

3 weeks

Ambulatory Pharmacy Orientation

3 weeks

Critical Care

4 weeks

Intermediate Care/Cardiology

4 weeks

Neurology and Trauma

4 weeks

Medical/Surgical

4 weeks

Medication Therapy Management

4 weeks

Anticoagulation Clinic

4 weeks 

Oncology Clinic

4 weeks

Infusion Clinic

4 weeks

Longitudinal and Concentrated Learning Experiences
Pharmacy residents gain valuable experience in key practice areas related to clinical management of emergencies, department leadership and planning, and core pharmacy budgeting and contracting processes. In addition, pharmacy residents will spend the year developing and sharpening their clinical instruction, precepting, discussion leadership and presentations skills. Rotations may include:

Experience

Length

Teaching, Precepting and Presentations

Longitudinal

Pharmacy Staffing

Longitudinal

Pharmacy Leadership

Longitudinal

Critical Access Hospital

Concentrated

Critical Care

Concentrated

* Emergency Department

Concentrated

* Electives

Project Learning Experience
Pharmacy residents complete a year-long pharmacy practice research project and present their findings at the American Society of Health System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, the Great Lakes Pharmacy Resident Conference. Residents may also present their findings at the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin Spring Educational Conference or annual meeting.

Experience

Length

Research Project

Longitudinal

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