During the hospital component of the residency experience, the resident will complete rotations with the DUH Medication Safety Team and Investigational Drug Service. Depending on the residents learning goals, other rotations may be considered.
During the rotation experiences, the resident will have the opportunity to collaborate on medication safety projects, adverse drug event analysis and investigational protocol review.
During the course of the residency year, the resident will work toward advancing evidence-based literature evaluation skills, written and oral communication with healthcare professionals, database management, review of promotional materials, formulary management, provision of medical expertise and support, and development and presentation of a residency project. The resident will have the opportunity to teach various allied health professionals including medical, nursing, and physical therapy students. The resident will also have the opportunity to precept pharmacy students on their drug information rotation from both Campbell and The University of North Carolina Schools of Pharmacy.