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Requirements

To obtain a completion certificate from the PGY1 program, the following must be completed by the end of your residency year:

  1. Licensed pharmacist in the state of Ohio within the required timeframe
  2. Greater than 90% of goals and objectives achieved for residency (ACHR)
    1. No more than 5% of all objective evaluations can be needs improvement
  3. Satisfactory completion of all assigned rotations
  4. Research project completed
    1. Must be presented at  Ohio or Regional residency conference
    2. Publishable manuscript of research project completed
  5. Formulary drug monograph
  6. Formal presentations including:
    1. Pharmacy Grand Rounds
    2. Two journal clubs
    3. Two case presentations
    4. Two topic discussions
    5. Two patient reports                    
  7. Complete medication use evaluation  or improvement project

To obtain a completion certificate from the PGY2 program, the following must be completed by the end of your residency year:

  1. Greater than 90% of goals and objectives achieved for residency (ACHR)
    1. No more than 5% of all objective evaluations can be needs improvement
  2. Satisfactory completion of all assigned rotations
  3. Thesis substitute research project completed
    1. Must be presented at Ohio or Regional residency conference
  4. Publishable manuscript of research project completed
  5. Formal presentation at an appropriate conference
  6. Four formal presentations including:
    1. Pharmacy Grand Rounds
  7. Facilitate one cost savings initiative
  8. Prepare or revise at least one drug class review, monograph, or guideline
  9. Complete one process improvement project
  10. Facilitate at least one system pharmacy leadership meeting
  11. Successful completion of the Master’s degree from UNC