Pharmacy PGY1 Curriculum

Graduates of this PGY1 Program will develop the following:

  • Leadership and practice management
  • Time management and project coordination
  • Prospective evidence based patient centered medication management with interdisciplinary team
  • Provide education to healthcare professionals and the public
  • Perform pharmacy practice research that will be presented as ASHP’s Midyear Clinical Meeting and the Eastern States Residency Conference

Learning Experiences

Core: Administration, Critical Care, Decentralized Practice, Drug Information, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Transitions of Care

Longitudinal: Project Management, Pharmacy Practice, Medication Safety

Elective: Medical Writing, Billing/Purchasing, Oncology, Psychiatry, Infectious Disease, Pediatrics

Other Opportunities

Teaching Certificate Program

How to Apply

The applicant must submit the following materials through PHORCAS:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Personal Statement
  • Copy of Academic Transcripts
  • Three Letters of Recommendation

Other Requirements Include

  • On-site Interview
  • Must have a valid New Jersey Pharmacy License by September 15th