• Complete nine (9) core rotations and four (4) to six (6) weeks of elective rotations.
  • Complete and present a major residency project at a regional residency conference (currently Western States Conference for Residents, Fellows, and Preceptors ).
  • Complete a manuscript of the major residency research project in publication format.
  • Complete two (2) Medication Use Evaluations (MUEs) and/or Drug Use Reviews (DURs).
  • Complete one (1) regional Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T) Committee project, and one (1) local P&T (or equivalent) Committee project.
  • Complete at least two (2) clinical or administrative projects.
  • Perform Service Commitment as defined by the Department of Pharmacy.
  • Provide instruction at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy Laboratory or Seattle University Nurse Practitioner Program for one (1) quarter.
  • Develop, conduct and complete several clinical practice management projects.
  • Obtain a State of Washington pharmacist license by September 30th.
  • Score 70% “ACHR” and 30% “SP” on required Competency Areas, Goals, and Objectives (CAGO) for postgraduate year one (PGY-1) pharmacy residencies with no “NI” grades after remediation. “ACHR” is required for all “R1” (Patient Care) CAGOs.
  • Obtain ACLS and PALS certification.

Additional Expectations:

  • Provide educational programs to patients, medical residents, nurses, pharmacists and other health-care providers.
  • Participate in Resident meetings.
  • Precept Pharm.D. students and/or pharmacy interns.
  • Develop and implement department goals and objectives to improve pharmaceutical services and standards of patient care.
  • Recruit at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting (ASHP-MYCM), CSHP Seminar, and University Career Fairs.
  • Complete monthly activity reports.