Residency Project, Conferences, and Professional Presentations
•ASHP Leader’s Conference
•ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting
•Conferences based on resident’s interest and research project
•Pharmacy Operations (outpatient and inpatient)
•Human Resource Management
•Finance and Budgeting
•Residency Program Development
•Longitudinal research or quality improvement project
•Chief Resident Duties
The purpose of this second year residency program is to prepare the resident for a career in clinical/operational supervisory roles. This program will be individually tailored based on the resident’s interest and career goals. The resident will be exposed to a variety of practice settings including executive, departmental and regional leadership.
This residency will build on ___.
Residents will build skills to promote lifelong learning and self-assessment of management and leadership.
The PGY2 Health-System Administration and Leadership residency program at VA Boston was created in 2019.
Our unique healthcare system comprising of three major campuses in the Boston area provides both a challenging and rewarding experience in administration/ leadership.
There is one position available for the PGY2 Health-System Administration and Leadership pharmacy program.
VA Boston also accepts five PGY1 residents, one PGY2 geriatrics pharmacy resident, and one PGY2 psychiatric pharmacy resident per year.
United States citizenship
PharmD degree from an ACPE- accredited college of pharmacy
Completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 pharmacy
Active pharmacist licensure in any US state
Letter of intent
Three letters of recommendation including one from the program director of applicant’s PGY-1 program
Complete official transcripts
Application submitted via PhORCAS
Approximate stipend: $48,824
Health and life insurance offered
Paid leave: 13 vacation days and 13 sick days
10 federal holidays
Free parking at all three campuses