PGY2 Oncology Required Experiences

Required rotation experiences 

  • Inpatient Adult Hematologic Malignancies 
  • Inpatient Adult Transplant 
  • Inpatient Pediatric Hematology/Oncology/Transplant 
  • Ambulatory Medical Oncology Clinic 
  • Ambulatory Adult or Pediatric Heme/BMT Clinic 
  • Ambulatory Infusion Pharmacy  
  • Hematology Consult Service 
  • Oncology Informatics  
  • Research Pharmacy Services Inpatient
  • Adult Surgical/Medical Oncology 

Required longitudinal experiences 

  • Weekly discussion series with preceptors 
  • Weekly Oncology Fellows Lectures 
  • P &T Oncology Subcommittee CRRC (Clinical Research Review Committee) protocol review 
  • Co-Chief Resident duties 
  • Ambulatory Operations Management 
  • Project management via residency research project*
  • Medication Safety and Quality Oversight Meetings 
  • Patient safety incident (PSI) review 
  • Educational Activities 
  • Service Commitment (staffing) in both Ambulatory Infusion and Inpatient 
  • Professional Meeting Attendance 

Additional required activities 

  • Farmer's Market Booth for screening and prevention 
  • Participation in local camp for children with cancer 
  • Monograph and presentation at P&T 
  • Medication use evaluation (MUE) 
  • Process improvement project  
*Residents are required to design, conduct and evaluate a major project related to an aspect of pharmacy practice during the residency year. The resident's' major project may have a clinical, research or practice management focus. The residency preceptor team will assist the resident in choosing their project from a provided list or from a resident-generated idea list. The major project for the residency programs has oversight by the Pharmacy Research Committee, which reports to the Residency Advisory Committee. Additional experiences with the Research Pharmacy Service or with the Institutional Review Board are available to residents interested in research experience.