Learning Experiences

Learning Experiences

Required Residency Rotations

Orientation to Mission/Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine I Pediatrics/Pediatric ICU
Emergency Medicine II Emergency Medicine IV
Emergency Medicine III Ambulatory Care/Medication Assistance Program
Trauma/Neurotrauma ICU Teaching/Precepting in Emergency Medicine
Medical-Surgical ICU  Toxicology
Elective Residency Rotations*
Ambulatory Care Specialties Trauma Care Unit
Cardiology Medication Safety
Emergency Department Pharmacy Management Metabolic Support
Drug-Use Policy Psychiatry
Infectious Disease/Antimicrobial Stewardship

*Some of the above rotations could also be considered as electives if repeated beyond required learning experiences. The customization of learning experiences to meet resident needs is facilitated when possible.

Additional Requirements
Research Project: Poster presentation at ASHP Midyear; Project presentation at regional residency conference; Publication-worthy Manuscript Year Long
Teaching Certificate Year Long (optional)
ACEP Scientific Assembly Fall (attendance can vary by year)
Clinical Staffing in Emergency Department Every 3rd weekend
ED Journal Club Once every other month
ToxTalks Toxicology Discussion Once every other month
Clinical Meeting (CE) Presentation/Pharmacy Grand Rounds 1 Presentation during the year
Lecture for Toxicology Elective 1 Presentation during the year
Toxicology Case Presentation 1 Presentation during the year
Lecture for Critical Care Elective 1 Presentation during the year
Lecture for Disaster/Emergency Preparedness Elective 1 Presentation during the year
Professional Organizational Meetings Fall
Pharmacy Committee: Code Blue Committee Year Long

Teaching Experiences and Transitioning to a Career in Clinical Pharmacy

The PGY2 residency in emergency medicine at Mission Hospitals is affiliated with the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy (UNC ESOP), which provides a number of educational opportunities throughout the year. The EM PGY2 is responsible for the preparation and delivery of 2-3 didactic lectures for pharmacy students. Residents at Mission also participate in continuing education activities available to pharmacists throughout the region. A teaching certificate and training course is offered to PGY2 EM residents with no such prior experience. Prior to the completion of the residency program, the PGY2 acts as primary preceptor during a full teaching rotation in which they also are involved in teaching-based discussions and activities. A goal of the residency program is to provide graduating residents with the skills needed to work in a clinical setting as well as become a well-rounded educator.

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