Purpose of Program: To develop residents to: 1) become ambulatory care providers, 2) consider faculty positions, and 3) to develop and market clinical pharmacy services.
Program Design: the residency is distributed between two longitudinal rotations at Cary HealthCare Associates (Steve Fuller, Pharm.D.) and Glenaire Retirement Community (Amber McLendon, Pharm.D.). Elective rotations are available.
Clinical sites: Steve Fuller, Pharm.D., BCACP, CPP is the primary preceptor at Cary Healthcare where the resident will see patients in the anticoagulation, diabetes, pharmacotherapy, and transitional care clinics. Amber McLendon, Pharm.D., BCPS is the primary preceptor at Glenaire retirement community and the resident will see patients during independent home visits and skilled nursing visits all located on the Glenaire campus. The resident will also help to supervise students as the pharmacy teams provide patient care in an Interprofessional manner with medical, PA, nurse practitioner, and nursing providers.
Teaching: The resident will learn how to lead large and small group teaching sessions for pharmacy students while receiving training in the Teaching New Teachers (TNT) residency certificate program through 9 face-to-face learning modules with the faculty at Campbell University. The TNT program will allow the resident to complete a teaching portfolio. The program was developed and run by Drs. Fuller, McLendon and Nye.
Practice Management: The resident will learn how to: develop and market clinical pharmacy services, establish collaborative drug therapy management protocols, and pursue credentialing and certificate opitions.
Research Project: the resident will develop, implement, and present the results of a project developed by the residency research team.
Residency Program Directors: Steve Fuller, Pharm.D. received a BS Chemistry from Wake Forest University, BS Pharmacy from VCU, Pharm.D from VCU , and residency training from VCU. He is the Vice-Chair of leadership and development for pharmacy practice and spends much of his time developing residents and faculty. Amber McLendon, Pharm.D. received a BS Chemsitry from Duke University, Pharm.D from UNC, and her residency training fro the Audie Murphy VA-University of Texas health science program. She spends much of her time developing students to become residents through the DEEM program at Campbell University College of Pharmacy.
Bachelors degree prior to pharmacy school (preferred)
Pharm. D degree from accredited school of pharmacy within the United States.
PGY1 pharmacy practice residency program (preferred)
3 letters of reference
CV and letter of intent (By January 1 2019)
Additional Salary Information: Also receives travel monies
About Campbell University College of Pharmacy
Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers multiple PGY2 programs in Internal Medicine, Ambulatory Care as well as a fellowship in Population Health Management. Campbell University is located in Buies Creek, NC, uniquely situated approximately 45 minutes south of Raleigh, NC. www.campbell.edu/cphs
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