The Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy (CUWSOP) PGY1 Program Pharmacy Residency program offers a 24-Month Practice & Academic Leadership Emphasis aimed at preparing pharmacists for generalist ambulatory practice in urban underserved areas and roles in teaching. Graduates of our program will be prepared for success in a variety of ambulatory care practice positions as well as pharmacy practice faculty positions. More information can be found at www.cuw.edu/pharmresidency
Residents spend 40-50% of the 24 months developing and implementing services at urban underserved clinical practice sites. Residents build their teaching skills at CUWSOP by participating in lectures and applied patient care skills labs, and completing a Masters in Education degree. All residents complete a research project and attend at least one national pharmacy conference during the residency year.
The resident receives health insurance, travel stipend, paid holidays and 15 vacation days/year.
Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy, eligible for WI licensure. Application materials include a cover letter, CV, School of Pharmacy Transcript, and three reference letters. A Program Specific Application is required- supplemental application at CUWSOP employment website- https://cuw.applicantpro.com/jobs/2610583.html.
About Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy
The Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy is committed to the development of pharmacists who are servant leaders, dedicated to providing value-based, patient-centered care that improves the health of our communities in rural and urban areas through excellence in teaching, research, service, and practice.
The Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy PGY1 Pharmacy Practice
Residency Program will prepare ambulatory care practitioners capable of developing, providing and
advancing ambulatory care services in any practice setting with a specific focus on urban underserved
Following program completion, graduates will be prepared for academic and ambulatory care
practitioner careers, and will demonstrate the ability to navigate teaching, practice, research and service
roles of faculty members.