Pharmacy Residency Program


Graduates of the program will develop and strengthen the following:

  • Leadership and practice management
  • Time management and project coordination
  • Evidence-based, patient-centered medication management with interdisciplinary teams
  • Provide education to healthcare professionals and the public
  • Perform pharmacy practice research
    • The resident will be involved in all stages of research. They will present their findings at ASHP’s Midyear meeting at the Eastern States Residency conference
  • Ability to precept and teach pharmacy students

To prepare pharmacist clinicians for patient care related positions as an essential member of an interdisciplinary team, or adjunct/clinical track faculty, or to pursue PGY2 training in a focused area of practice.

Core Rotations

  • Administration
  • Critical Care
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Infomatics
  • Medication Safety
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry


  • Ambulatory Care
  • Leadership/Management
  • Pharmacy Practice
  • Drug Information


  • Repeat of any CORE

Unique Opportunities

Teaching Certificate Program

  • Offered with the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy.

Graduation Requirements

  • Successful completion of all learning experiences
  • Research project in a publishable form
  • Writing projects
  • Teaching
  • Participation in Rounds
  • Attendance at conference meetings (ASHP, Eastern States and NJSHP Annual)
  • Staffing responsibilities

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