PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency
The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy offers three comprehensive postgraduate experiences for residency training with its PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency program in Oxford and Jackson. This program provides residents with the knowledge and skills to become successful practitioners in both the community and academic settings. Program graduates will have the clinical competence and skills necessary to manage a community pharmacy practice, counsel and evaluate patients, teach students, and provide pharmaceutical care services.
Additional opportunities for both sites include working with the Mississippi Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network, or CPESN, participating in advocacy efforts, and engaging with the local community. Residents are also an integral participant in the development of student learning and curriculum implementation at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy.
The Oxford site includes the opportunity to practice in innovative community-based practices and a private physician and wellness clinic. Based in Holly Springs, you have a unique opportunity to experience small-town pharmacy interactions while also experiencing how to impact your community and beyond at the innovative powerhouse Tyson Drug Company.
With two residents, the Jackson site includes the opportunity to practice in innovative community-based practices, specialty pharmacy, multiple clinic settings, teleinsulin services and the Jackson Free Clinic. Based on the school’s University of Mississippi Medical Center campus, residents experience the state’s only academic medical center as well as chain and independent practices in Walgreens and HealthPlus Pharmacy and Wellness.
- Independent Community Pharmacy Practice
- Community Pharmacy Practice (Jackson Only)
- Community-Based Rural Health
- Leadership and Management
- Teaching and Learning
All residents participate in a statewide Teaching and Learning Curriculum in which they are awarded a certificate upon completion of the program.
Program Goals & Outcomes
The School of Pharmacy seeks to provide residents with the knowledge and skills to become competent practitioners in both the community and academic settings. Graduates will also learn how to establish their own innovative pharmacy practice; practice in an ambulatory clinic care setting; perform as an academician and join the faculty at an accredited school of pharmacy; educate and evaluate patients and provide drug information services.
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The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program in Jackson and Oxford, Mississippi, is accredited by ASHP in partnership with APhA.