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Resident Rotations

Resident Rotations

To obtain competence and confidence in clinical pharmacy practice, the resident shall complete training in various areas of pharmacy practice.  The content or direction of specific training segments will be developed to meet the individual resident’s needs as determined by the resident’s initial assessment plan.  Required training segments and the length of time for each segment are as follows:
Inpatient operations: 5 - 6 weeks

Acute Care
Internal Medicine: 4 - 6 weeks
Critical Care: 4 - 6 weeks
Oncology: 4 weeks
Ambulatory Care*: 4 weeks
Geriatrics: 5 - 6 weeks
Emergency Medicine: 4 weeks

Informatics: 4 weeks

Electives: remaining weeks
Longitudinal Training Experiences
 Drug Information
 Ambulatory Care*
 Weekend/holiday coverage
 Anticoagulation Service
 Research and other projects 
*Some rotations are available as either/both longitudinal and/or consecutive 

Elective Rotation Options

Elective training segments vary year-to-year.  The length of time spent in each elective training segment shall be determined by the Residency Program Director in cooperation with the needs and wishes of the resident.
Additional practice in any required training segment
Acute care in a specialty area (e.g. Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry)
Ambulatory Care
Quality Improvement and Management
Clinical Research/Investigational Drugs
If the resident wishes to pursue practice in an area not listed above as an elective, approval by the Residency Program Director would be required and would be contingent upon preceptor availability.
Rotation Primary Preceptor
Internal Medicine Monique Bonhomme, PharmD, MS, BCPS
Critical Care Michelle McLaughlin, RPh, BCPS
Geriatrics Shahnaz Milani, PharmD, CGP
Emergency Medicine Benjamin Miles, PharmD, BCPS
Oncology and
Investigational Drugs
Vahiede Nabavian, PharmD, 
John Grouse, RPh, JD
Informatics Huy Le, PharmD
Drug Information Clinical Pharmacy Associates
Management/Administrative Jo Ann Neufer, Director of Pharmacy
Pediatrics Children's National Medical Center

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