среда, 8 марта 2017 г.

AJHP’s March 15 Theme Issue Focuses on Pharmacy Residency Training

AJHP’s March 15 Theme Issue Focuses on Pharmacy Residency Training


The March 15, 2017, Pharmacy Residency Training theme issue of AJHP (American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy) addresses challenges faced by pharmacy residency programs across the United States. This special issue of ASHP’s peer-reviewed, scholarly publication highlights novel efforts to improve residency training and pharmacy practice. The Pharmacy Residency Training theme issue of AJHP features several examples of cutting-edge approaches to aspects of pharmacist training, including the expansion of residency programs, efforts to continuously improve the quality of residency programs, specialized residency training experiences, and interprofessional learning. “Postgraduate residency training provides pharmacists with enhanced skills and abilities to help them advance their roles as direct patient care providers and improve medication therapy outcomes,” said AJHP Editor in Chief Daniel J. Cobaugh, Pharm.D., DABAT, FAACT. “This theme issue on residency innovations and residency education is critically important. With an overarching theme of innovation, the special issue provides examples of residency programs that reach far beyond the scope of traditional pharmacy education.”AJHP’s issue on residency training, which is now available to view online ahead of print, covers a variety of topics, including the following: Strategies to expand a PGY1 residency program across a community hospital-based health systemIncorporation of lean methodology in a residency programDevelopment of a PGY2 residency in pharmacogeneticsUse of PGY2 residents to provide weekend antimicrobial stewardship coverageEvaluation of a residency-based interprofessional faculty development fellowship

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