Psychiatric Pharmacy Residency
The University of Kansas Health System provides residents with the skills and knowledge to become a competent psychiatric pharmacy practitioner. This postgraduate year 2 (PGY2) residency program is designed to transition postgraduate year 1 (PGY1) residency graduates from generalist practice to specialized practice focused on the mental healthcare of patients in numerous settings. These include inpatient adult psychiatry, inpatient child and adolescent psychiatry, outpatient psychiatry, consult liaison psychiatry and neurology.
Residency program purpose statement
The psychiatric pharmacy residency aims to provide educational and training experiences for pharmacists in the fundamentals of exemplary contemporary psychiatric pharmacy practice in an integrated healthcare system.
- Length of program: 12 months (approximately July-June)
- Number of positions: 1
- Annual salary: $48,000
- Benefits include PTO, paid holidays, health/dental/life/liability insurance
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4000 Cambridge St., Mailstop 4040
Kansas City, KS 66160
Meet our resident
Danielle Dauchot, PGY2: Psychiatry
Hometown: Nashville, Tennessee
Pharmacy school: Belmont University College of Pharmacy
PGY1: Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital in San Antonio, Texas
Clinical interests: Acute psychiatry – schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder
Hobbies: Travel. I love to visit new places and try new things. Next stops – Belgium and France!
Research project: Augmentation with Antipsychotics in Child and Adolescent Patients with Major Depressive Disorder: A Retrospective Analysis of Prescribing Patterns
Why I chose The University of Kansas Health System: The preceptors at The University of Kansas Health System are a close group that truly want the best for their patients and will teach you through their experience. The wide variety of experiences offered to the resident is like no other program. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
The psychiatric pharmacy residency learning experience
The PGY2 psychiatric pharmacy residency at The University of Kansas Health System is tailored to the interests and the career goals of each resident. The residency year is organized into rotational and longitudinal experiences as described below.
Required rotational experiences
- Adult inpatient psychiatry (12 weeks total, divided in 2 rotations)
- Child and adolescent inpatient psychiatry (7 weeks)
- Consult liaison psychiatry (5 weeks)
- Inpatient neurology (4 weeks)
- Outpatient psychiatry clinic (longitudinal)
- Quality and administration (4 weeks)
Elective rotational experiences
These may be worked into the resident's schedule based on their interests at the discretion of the residency director.
- Poison control/toxicology (4 weeks)
- Outpatient movement disorders clinic (4 weeks)
- Advanced outpatient psychiatry clinic (4 weeks)
Other potential rotation opportunities
- Geriatric psychiatry
- Emergency psychiatry
- Substance use disorder
- Clinical research
- Complete a research project aimed at enhancing the personal and professional growth of the resident while benefiting the pharmacy through evaluation of pharmacy practice
- Findings will be presented within the health system and at regional and national meetings
- Teaching and precepting
- Precept PharmD students and residents
- Present lecture(s) for KUMC psychiatry residents and fellows and at the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy
- Dates TBD
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- Application deadline: January 2, 2023
- Must have a valid pharmacy license in the state of Kansas within 60 days of the start of the residency program
Checklist for application
- Letter of intent
- Topics to consider: Why you want to pursue this particular residency, why you have chosen our program, and personal goals the program would help you accomplish
- Curriculum vitae
- College transcripts
- 3 letters of recommendation
- PhORCAS residency program application
- ASHP resident matching program registration
National matching services (NMS) code: 620566
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