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Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy

Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) Community Pharmacy Residency

The ETSU Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program is designed to prepare community-based pharmacist practitioners as leaders and innovators through unique practice experiences, with the hope of elevating pharmacy practice and overall healthcare both in our region and nationally.  The program provides residents with opportunities for growth through experiences in patient care, project and practice management, dispensing, leadership, and education.   

About the Program

Learning Experiences

The PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency is designed to target the following core competency areas: 

  • Patient care
  • Advancing community-based practice
  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Teaching and education

Opportunities

  • Teaching and Learning Certificate program
  • Practice-based research project
  • Precepting and mentoring of pharmacy students
  • Presentation of continuing education
  • Elective rotations
  • Travel allowance for professional meetings

Current Residency Sites

Boone Drug and Healthcare

345 Deerfield Road
Boone, NC 28607
828-264-3055
Website

Preceptors: Julie Scott, PharmD, BCPS, CPP, CPNP ( - Site Coordinator; Corey Furman, PharmD (; Ashley Furman, PharmD (; Tonya Hughes, PharmD; Rebecca Weaver, PharmD

Boone Drug, Inc. consists of seventeen independent community pharmacies, including a specialty pharmacy, two long-term care pharmacy sites, and multiple collaborative practice sites in the surrounding region.  The primary practice site for the resident will be at the flagship store, Boone Drug and Healthcare at Deerfield.  Since their founding in 1919, Boone Drug has had a heart for collaborative community medical practices to serve the needs of rural communities. 

The site provides numerous clinical services and opportunities for resident engagement: 

  • Participation in North Carolina’s Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN)
  • Transitional care programs
  • Clinical medication synchronization
  • Adherence programs
  • Collaborative practice under a Clinical Pharmacist Provider (CPP) embedded in local provider offices
  • Disease management programs
  • Medication therapy management (MTM)
  • Immunizations
  • Compounding
  • Point-of-care testing and patient screening collaborations (falls risk, PHQ-9, etc.)
  • Health education, outreach, and wellness services

Downloadable Program Information:

PGY1 Community Residency with Boone Drug

 

Application Process

Applications are due by January 17, 2018.

As this is the first year for this residency program, prospective candidates are being recruited regionally and applications will be handled outside of PhORCAS and the ASHP Match process.  Applications can be submitted via this linkIt is our expectation the residency will go through ASHP accreditation review in 2018-2019.

Requirements

  • Graduate of an accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Licensed or eligibility for licensure in the state of North Carolina
  • Letter of intent
  • Curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Three (3) references (each completing a reference form through the application portal)

Contact

For more information about the community pharmacy residency program, please contact:

Dr. Katelyn Alexander, PharmD
Director, Community Pharmacy Residency Program
Faculty Page
Email: Phone: (423) 439-6427

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