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To be sure, the Residency Showcase provides potential residency applicants the convenience of one location in which to meet with representatives from hundreds of postgraduate year 1 (PGY1) and postgraduate year 2 (PGY2) pharmacy residency programs across the country. But the immensity of the showcas
An ASHP video describing the benefits of pharmacy residency.
Advocacy and Issues
Funding for pharmacy residency programs is in jeopardy due to the arbitrary and inconsistent application of cost-reporting requirements by the Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs) who audit pharmacy residency programs on behalf of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). ASHP r
Admission is FREE for all Midyear meeting registrants. Meet and greet with top residency programs at the most popular and highest attended pharmacy residency showcase in the world.
ASHP residency accreditation is an important driver for excellence, serving as a bridge between education and practice. ASHP is the only programmatic accreditor in the United States for pharmacy residency programs. Residency Accreditation Regulations on Accreditation of Pharmacy Residencies Accredit
General Residency Information Why Should I Do a Residency Pursuing Residency Selecting a Residency Glossary of Terms Residency FAQs PGY2 Residencies Application Process Residency Application Timeline [Please log in first to download this member-only PDF] Residenc
What Is a Pharmacy Residency? A pharmacy residency is an organized, directed, postgraduate training program in a defined area of pharmacy practice. It provides the knowledge and experience that pharmacy practitioners need to face challenges in today's complex health-care environment, while also prov
The purpose of a postgraduate year one (PGY1) pharmacy residency is to prepare pharmacists for practice. Residency training is designed to provide residents experience working with a wide range of patients. Residency training also offers other advantages: A Competitive Advantage in the Job Mark
Accreditation The first decision is whether to apply for an accredited or non-accredited residency. ASHP administers the only process that grants accreditation status to practice sites conducting pharmacy residencies. In applicable cases, the accreditation process is conducted in partnership with AM
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