Medication Systems and Operations Residency
The UW Health Department of Pharmacy is a leader within the profession of pharmacy in the areas of technology assessment, automation, information technology, regulatory compliance, and business development.
Residency Showcase: Dec. 6, 2016
Come meet us at the ASHP Midyear 2016 Residency Showcase from 8-11am. More details about the residency showcase
Our Pharmacy Medication Systems and Operations Residency offers extensive training within a progressive and cutting-edge medication management system. Operational based learning experiences span across our tertiary care academic medical center, pediatric hospital, cancer center, community hospital, and pharmacy enterprise building.
- Technology and patient safety: UW Hospitals and Clinics has implemented the use of automation, information technology, and bar code technology at every phase of the medication use process.
- Clinical and administrative responsibilities as part of the management team: The resident will be an active member of the central and decentral staffing model throughout the residency. Other responsibilities include of committee participation and membership (e.g., Drug Product Supply and Selection, Inpatient Pharmacy Operations) and involvement in technician training oversight.
- Flexibility in tailoring the program to the interests of the resident: The resident will play an integral role in developing his or her rotation schedule, and will be exposed to a variety of experiential learning opportunities offered at UW Hospitals and Clinics. Additionally, elective coursework at the School of Engineering or School of Business is optional if formal training in change or process improvement is desired.
Brad Ludwig, MS, RPh
Assistant Director of Pharmacy
UW Health Department of Pharmacy
600 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53792
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