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College of Pharmacy
Pharmacy Residency

Longitudinal Experiences

Academia

Through the College of Pharmacy, both the Monroe and New Orleans PGY1 Resident will be immersed in academic responsibilities. This includes the preparation and delivery of didactic lectures to Doctor of Pharmacy students in both the fall and spring semesters. In addition, the resident will learn about student assessment through the development of test questions for their assigned lectures. Other academic responsibilities include, but are not limited to, working with students through small group recitations, facilitating interprofessional education events, evaluating students completing their Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE’s), and participating in College of Pharmacy interviews for potential students.

Teaching Certificate

Over the course of the residency year residents will complete a teaching certificate. Completion of a teaching certificate will help the residents develop foundation skills for academic pharmacy. In addition to the development of a teaching portfolio, residents will learn the technical aspects of teaching and learning as well as strategies for assessment and classroom management.

Community service

A main pillar of a career in academia is service. Each resident will have unique opportunities to serve their respective area though community involvement. Through unique community service engagements our residents will help give back to our communities. This rotation will span over the residency year as opportunities arise.

Drug information

Through ULM COP’s Drug Information Center, both residents will strengthen their skills in providing pharmaceutical information to a variety of health care professionals. The resident will have access to a variety of research databases and pharmaceutical platforms to reinforce their knowledge and become proficient in the use of the various platforms available to pharmacists.

Leadership seminar

In collaboration with leaders across the University, College and Community, both residents will have the opportunity to learn from a variety of guest speakers. The leadership seminars will allow residents to not only learn management strategies but learn the innerworkings of administration.

Research project

Another main pillar of a career in academia is research. Residents will strengthen their research skills through completion of a longitudinal research project over the course of their PGY1 year. This research project will be approved by ULM’s Internal Review Board (IRB). Residents will learn each step of the research process from data collection to preparing a manuscript for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.

COP committee assignment

Both PGY1 residents will be assigned a committee through the College of Pharmacy. The following are committees the residents may be assigned to: curriculum, admissions, faculty development, interprofessional education, pharmacy practice experience, professional student affairs, and risk management/hazardous waste committee.


ULM College of Pharmacy
Bienville Building
1800 Bienville Dr
Monroe, LA 71201

Monday-Thursday
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday
7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Monroe Program Director: 
Dr. Stephen Hill, PharmD, BCPS,
318-342-1730
shill@ulm.edu

New Orleans Program Director:
Dr. Jen Hoh, PharmD., BCCCP
318-342-6604
hoh@ulm.edu

Residency Programs Coordinator:
Dr. Katie Aymond, PharmD, BCPS, BCCP
318-342-6603
aymond@ulm.edu

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