Allied Health Careers at Lifespan

Pharmacy Resident Job

Job Number: RIH18098

Job Title: Pharmacy Resident PGY2-Oncology

Department: Pharmacy - 1013091

Facility: Rhode Island Hospital

Location: Providence, RI

•Bachelor of Science in pharmacy degree from an accredited college of pharmacy.
•Advanced study in pharmacy or health care related field, preferably a Masters or Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Completion of one year Postgraduate Pharmacy Residency Program.
•Maintains current unrestricted licensure as a licensed pharmacist in the State of Rhode Island.
•Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide care to neonate, child, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients with consideration of aging processes, human development stages and cultural patterns in each step of the care process.
EXPERIENCE:
•Knowledge of pharmacy information systems, automated dispensing technology and personal computers including word processing, database and spreadsheet design.
•Effective interpersonal and communication skills.


Reports to Residency Program Director, Pharmacy Services. Responsible to develop expertise, knowledge and skills in advanced therapeutics including but not limited to pharmacoeconomics, pharmacotherapeutics, pharmaceutical care, and drug information services. Contributes to an interdisciplinary health-care team offering patient-specific therapeutic intervention to treat, cure, rehabilitate and alleviate medical conditions and diseases including consideration of the aging processes and human developmental stages (neonate, child, adolescent, adult, geriatric). Engages in activities to enhance personal skills in conducting clinical research. Under general supervision of a Pharmacy Supervisor or Pharmacist-in-charge, is responsible for the interpretation, evaluation, preparation and dispensing of medications pursuant to a legitimate order or prescription in keeping with established policies, procedures, and standards of practice and scope of pharmacy services of the respective affiliate. Oversees and closely reviews the work of pharmacy technicians and ancillary support personnel.