Pharmacy Residencies, Student Experiential Education, Internship and Technician Training
Pharmacy Residency Programs
UW Health provides an ideal learning environment for residency training through its wide variety of types of programs and high-acuity patient population. All residents serve as indispensable members of both clinical and administrative teams. Resident research is the driving force of improving and implementing practice advancement at UW Health.
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Advanced Practice Pharmacy Clerkships
In their fourth year, UW-Madison School of Pharmacy students complete acute care, ambulatory care, health-system pharmacy, community practice and more than 35 different elective rotations at UW Health. Students quickly become important members of the health care team through their participation in daily rounds, involvement in the medication reconciliation process, and through both formal and informal teaching of fellow students, residents, pharmacists and other members of the health care team.
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After completion of their second year at the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy, student pharmacist technicians often transition into a pharmacy intern role. This is initiated with the Summer Internship Program, which starts in late May and finishes in early August. During the summer, interns rotate through three different 3-week rotations as well as continue to work in their respective ambulatory or inpatient technician role. Each student will give a presentation to their peers as well as deliver a brief clinical pearl to the whole pharmacy department by the end of the summer. After the Summer Internship Program, these pharmacy interns continue to work as pharmacy interns in the evenings and on the weekends, completing medication histories throughout the hospital and assisting with discharges as needed.
Pharmacy Technician Training Program
The UW Health Pharmacy Technician Training Program has been designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to be successful in your career as a pharmacy technician. Our philosophy is to learn in a classroom environment, practice through simulated labs, and then do these things in real, patient-centered pharmacy practice environments.
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