PGY1 Pharmacy & PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership/Masters
Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
Critical Care Pharmacy
Infectious Diseases Pharmacy
Investigational Drugs and Research
Palliative Care/Pain Management Pharmacy
University of Washington Medicine is a large health system in Seattle, which includes multiple sites for resident training: University of Washington Medical Center Montake and Northwest Campuses, Harborview Medical Center, and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. We offer postgraduate PGY1 and multiple PGY2 programs. Each residency program provides intense pharmacy practice training in a progressive, multidisciplinary and collaborative practice. In addition, residents have teaching opportunities with the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. Flexibility built into our programs allows each resident to tailor a program across the multiple sites to fit their individual goals. Our goal is to help our residents develop the advanced skills and competencies needed to assume leadership roles within the profession.
It is with great disappointment that UW Medicine will NOT be participating in the in-person Residency Showcase due to the on-going COVID 19 pandemic and safety of potential candidates, our staff and the needs of our patients.
Please join us at the ASHP Supplemental Virtual Residency Showcase and visit our website to learn more about our programs and opportunities to connect with our programs virtually.
Complete 12 months of pharmacy practice via required and elective rotations as designated by each program.
Complete a service or research project designed to improve the clinical/operational services of the department or achieve a specific research objective.
Present the results of the service or research project at the Northwest States Conference for Pharmacy Residents and Preceptors. In addition, a final project manuscript in publication format must be submitted
Prepare and present drug monographs and/or medication utilization reviews for the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and/or its sub-committees
Participation in an ambulatory longitudinal clinic throughout the residency program (PGY1).
Participate in teaching activities at the medical centers and the University of Washington School of Pharmacy, and precept pharmacy students on rotation with the resident
All residents have an integrated service commitment designed to assure that the residents can function as pharmacy generalists. To achieve this objective, residents are scheduled to work 32 hours per 4-week schedule perior in a distributive role or evening/weekend clinical shift.
Residents will participate in recruitment for the following residency class by participating in showcases and interview candidates as needed
Present a continued education seminar for pharmacists
University of Washington (UW) Medicine Department of Pharmacy Services offers several ASHP-accredited postgraduate PGY1 and PGY2 residencies. While the specific mix of offerings may vary from year to year, each residency provides intense pharmacy practice training. Flexibility built into our programs allows each resident to tailor a program to fit their individual needs. Our goal is to help our residents develop the advanced skills and competencies needed to assume leadership roles within the profession.
Advantages of a UW Medicine Residency
•Truly collaborative practice with MDs, RNs, and other healthcare providers
•Large variety and number of available rotations
•Preceptors who are committed to patient care
•Teaching opportunities with the University of Washington School of Pharmacy
•Generous stipend and benefits
•Living in the Pacific Northwest