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Clin Pharm Resident Job


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HR Use Only: Clin Pharm Resident
Hospital: Cleveland Clinic Main Campus & Family Health Centers
Department: Inpatient Pharmacy
Job Code: T17001
Pay Grade: 09
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Day/Evening Rotation
Hours: 8am-11pm
Job Details: Summary: The Pharmacy Resident is a clinical pharmacist trainee participating in education and service in general clinical pharmacy or in a specialty area (Pharmacy Research Fellows who are 100% dedicated to Outcomes Research and Pharmacoeconomics also may be included). Routinely interacts with physicians and nurses to make recommendations regarding drug therapy of patients under the tutelage of a clinical pharmacy preceptor. Receives education and training in various areas of clinical pharmacy and will also serve to educate staff pharmacists, supportive personnel, and pharmacy students, as well as other allied health professionals, nurses, and physicians in pharmacotherapy. Resident will also be educated in providing drug information and pharmacy and therapeutics activities, as well as participating in supporting clinical research. Job Responsibilities: Performs pharmacotherapeutic monitoring and provision of pharmaceutical care of patients in the area of service responsibility in a routine continuous manner taking into account the age and clinical condition of each patient. Provides and documents pharmacotherapeutic recommendations that positively affect patient outcome and documents all activities through departmental reports and quality assurance mechanisms. The Pharmacy Research Fellow would have no direct patient care activities or pharmacist responsibilities unless appropriately licensed. Learns how to demonstrate a service orientation toward patients, staff, and visitors. Conveys a positive, professional image at all times. Provides general and patient specific drug information to patients, physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals. Interacts routinely with physicians and nurses to provide optimal pharmaceutical care to patients. Participates in and supports Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee activities, such as drug use evaluation, adverse drug reaction monitoring, formulary review, and maintenance and assistance in monograph preparation for drug addition to the formulary. May serve as an experiential rotation preceptor for pharmacy students and staff pharmacists. Performs other duties as assigned. Education: Candidates must be completing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Pharmacy Research Fellows must be completing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, Master of Science degree or PhD. Experience: No specific experience required Licensure/Certification/Registration: Candidates must have or be eligible for licensure in the current state; Pharmacy Research Fellows may be exempt from licensure requirements Physical Requirements: Requires full range of motion, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time. Requires corrected hearing and vision to normal range.

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