PGY1 Community Pharmacy
CPHS is offering two community pharmacy residencies during the 2015-2016 academic year. Both of the residencies are offered in conjunction with Walgreens.
The PGY1 community pharmacy residencies at CPHS are located in community pharmacies and are dedicated to the ideal of developing advanced level pharmacists who are prepared to design, develop, implement, and manage quality community pharmaceutical care practices. The Community Pharmacy Residency Program at Campbell University was granted accreditation by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists (ASHP)/ American Pharmacists Association (APhA) in August 2001. This recognition, the first for a community residency program in North Carolina and only the eighth in the country, assures candidates and future employers that nationally mandated standards of performance and quality have been met. We are proud of this accomplishment, which reflects a commitment to provide a quality program.
Residency objectives may be tailored to match the interests, background, and skills and support the career objectives of the resident. They generally center around five areas of activity:
- Patient Care Services (40-60%)
- Drug Information (10-15%)
- Teaching and Training (15-20%)
- Practice Development and Management (10-15%)
- Community and Professional Involvement (5-10%)
The resident will spend a major portion of his/her time providing direct care and education to patients. This will be both at the pharmacy and in affiliated practice sites. The resident will also be involved with the marketing of these services. Each resident will be expected to develop and implement additional services as well as to expand existing services. Additional clinical experience may be gained through various elective rotations.
The resident will learn the fundamentals of teaching during a teaching development series. These teaching skills will be applied during the Nonprescription Therapeutics course for second-year Doctor of Pharmacy students in didactic and case discussion sessions, as well as in various Pharmaceutical Care Skills Lab sessions. The resident assists in precepting Doctor of Pharmacy fourth-year students and has opportunities for providing continuing education programs for patients and healthcare practitioners. A certificate will be awarded to residents who complete the teaching development series.
The resident will develop and complete a residency research project. The project will be presented at the Southeastern Residency Conference.
The residency provides a stipend of approximately $50,000. Additionally, the resident will be provided with health insurance, professional liability insurance, and vacation days. Professional leave is available for attending various pharmacy meetings and interviews.
816 North Main Street
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526
Preceptor: Beverly Lingerfeldt, RPh
4408 New Bern Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27610
Preceptor: David Catalano, RPh
Minimum qualifications/considerations for selection include:
- Graduation from an ACPE accredited school or college of pharmacy with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree preferred (applicants holding a BS degree in Pharmacy must have 2 or more years of community pharmacy experience)
- Licensure or eligibility for licensure in North Carolina
- Demonstrated commitment to practice innovation in the community pharmacy setting
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Membership and active involvement in local, state, and/or national professional organizations will be viewed as a positive indicator of the applicant’s commitment to the profession
- Individuals applying to this residency must participate in and adhere to the rules of the Resident Matching Program (RPM) process as set forth in the Rules for the ASHP Pharmacy Resident Matching Program. This residency site agrees that no person at this site will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any residency applicant.
- U.S. Citizenship
- Complete an application in PhORCAS by January 7, 2015.
- Submit a formal letter of intent detailing the career goals and vision and philosophy of community pharmacy practice of the candidate via PhORCAS.
- Submit a current curriculum vitae, an official University transcript, and three (3) letters of professional recommendation via PhORCAS.
- Interviews may be required at the discretion of the Selection Committee.
- We are participants in the ASHP Resident Matching Program. The recommended date by which all applicants should register for the match with the National Matching Service, Inc. is by December 31, 2014. Rank Order Lists are submitted by March 6, 2015 and Match Results are published on March 20, 2015.
To view the application process and information in PDF form, please click here.
For additional information, contact:
Valerie B. Clinard, PharmD
Director, PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
PO Box 1090
Buies Creek, NC 27506