Core monthly rotations*
- Home Infusion
- Inflammatory (Resident will choose either Dermatology, Gastroenterology, or Rheumatology)
- Inpatient Family Medicine/Internal Medicine
- Intro to Pharmacy Practice (Orientation) - 2 months (July and August)
- Primary Care
- Research (December)
Elective monthly rotations* (Residents will choose 3)
- Hepatitis C
- Outpatient Infusion
- Residents may repeat any core rotation
*All rotations are subject to preceptor availability
Required longitudinal rotations
- Drug Information
- Long-term Clinical Follow-up
- BCBS Managed Care
- Outpatient Pharmacy Practice (Staffing Coverage)
- Residents will provide staffing coverage in our Medications to Bedside and Specialty Pharmacy Programs every third weekend, including the Friday prior to the weekend worked.
- Residents will be on-call for our Specialty Pharmacy the week leading up to and including the weekend they are providing Staffing Coverage.
- Research Project
- The resident will work with the residency program research coordinator and other members of the pharmacy department and hospital as required and learn the fundamentals of research design and methodology.
- The resident is expected to present the project at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Eastern States Residency Conference.
- Medication utilization evaluation (MUE)
- SpRX Quality and Administration
- Pharmacy Grand Rounds or other CE presentation
Other Required Projects/Experiences
- Residents will also complete the following projects or experiences throughout the residency year:
- Medication monograph review for the Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee
- Article for P&T newsletter or other identified newsletter outlet
Teaching and Learning Program
Pharmacy Residents will be provided with an elective opportunity to participate in the UConn Teaching and Learning certificate Program.