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Pharmacy Residencies, Training and Education

UW Health's Department of Pharmacy in Madison, Wisconsin, offers the following education and training programs:
 

Pharmacy Residency Programs

 

UW Hospital and Clinics is a world-class medical center with a pharmacy department that is nationally recognized in the areas of clinical pharmacy practice, pharmacy leadership and residency training. We offer an ideal setting for residents to develop the knowledge, skills, competence and confidence needed to assist them in reaching their career goals.

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Advanced Practice Pharmacy Clerkships

 

Fourth-year pharmacy students on rotation are vital members of the pharmacy team, directly assisting in the care we provide to patients. Our philosophy is that didactic learning needs to be built upon during experiential rotations, not necessarily re-taught using lecture. Students on rotation have access to academic medical center resources including Grand Rounds presentations, educational conferences, journal clubs, and physician resident teaching sessions.

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Pharmacy Internships

 

Third-year pharmacy students (those after successful completion of their DPH2 year) transition into direct patient care  roles, actively working as part of the interprofessional team to improve the health of the patients we serve.  Paid internships are available to previous student employees, volunteer experiences are also available for students seeking additional experience or IPPE hours.

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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.

Learn more about the UW Health Pharmacy Technician Training Program