Graduation Requirements for PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency

  • Comply with the responsibilities outlined in the RWJUH Employee Handbook and RWJUH Pharmacy Resident Job Description.
  • Decisions for a resident not receiving a certificate are discussed and decided on by the residency advisory committee, but ultimately the final decision resides with the RPD. The RPD will be required to discuss any final decision at the following residency steering committee meeting and the department chair of pharmacy practice and administration.
  • Successfully complete orientation.
  • Obtain licensure from the New Jersey Board of Pharmacy within 60 days following the start of the residency.
  • Conduct a research project and present the results at a regional residency conference or at a predetermined state or national meeting.
  • Produce a manuscript suitable for publication.
  • Present 2 ACPE Accredited Webinar presentations for staff.
  • Prepare and submit 4 articles for the pharmacy department newsletter pharmacotherapy forum.
  • Complete quarterly progress reports.
  • Function as a member of pharmacy services while performing operational tasks as scheduled.
  • Obtain and maintain appropriate basic and advanced life support certifications (e.g. BLS, ACLS, PALS).
  • Create and/or modify an existing guideline or order set.
  • Residents will be required to complete 2 didactic lectures for the pharmacy school and coordinate the Byrne Seminar “Poisons in History: Famous and Infamous” in the spring semester.