Bethesda North Hospital PGY1 Rotation
Residents will complete eight required rotations and up to four elective rotations. Required rotations are each a month in duration. Within the guidelines of ASHP’s Accreditation Standard, an individualized development plan consistent with each residents’ areas of interest and career goals will be created.
|Required Rotations||Elective Rotations*||Longitudinal Experiences|
|Orientation||Malignant Hematology||Administration-includes development of MUE and drug monograph, committee involvement, book club participation, and other projects as assigned|
|Infectious Diseases||Clinical Informatics|
|Cardiology||Drug Policy Development||Staffing-includes pharmacokinetic medication dosing, central pharmacy processes, medication reconciliation, and pharmacy consults|
|Internal Medicine||Neonatal ICU|
|Medical/Oncology||General Cardiology||Research-includes presenting project at Midyear Clinical Meeting and Great Lakes Pharmacy Residency Conference|
|Medical/Surgical ICU||Heart Failure Clinic|
|Cardiovascular ICU||Population Health||Teaching-includes precepting IPPE/APPE pharmacy students, in-services provided to pharmacy/nursing/providers, and teaching certificate offered through the James L Winkle University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy|
|Repeat of required rotation at Advanced Level
*Elective rotations may change based on availability; new rotations may be created based on resident interest and career goals.
Residents will conduct an original research project over the calendar year with the residency program director and select preceptors. Research will be presented on the local, regional, and national levels. Preparation of a manuscript about the research suitable for publication is required for completion of the residency program.
Residents also have the option of participating in the University of Cincinnati James L.Winkle College of Pharmacy's Teaching Certificate Program. Through this program, residents are provided a broad understanding of issues in pharmacy education and opportunities to enhance their teaching skills. It has been constructed for residents to gain knowledge in educational theory, develop experience in teaching in various instructional settings, and document and reflect upon their teaching activities. Each resident completing the teaching certificate program will receive documentation certifying their achievements.