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Residency Advisory Committee (18.4)

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18.4

POLICY & PROCEDURE





Effective Date:
June 2013

Administrative Manual
 Nursing Manual
 Other: Pharmacy

Policy #: 18.4

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Title: Residency Advisory Committee



I. PURPOSE: This policy outlines the structure, expectations, and operations of the
Residency Advisory Committee to ensure appropriate oversight and stewardship
of pharmacy residency training programs.

II. POLICY: The residency programs at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and
Clinics will be coordinated according to standard practices that will ensure high
quality and consistent residency training.

III. PROCEDURE:
A. Residency Advisory Committee (RAC)
1. Membership
a. All program directors, chairs and co-chairs of each sub-RAC
committee, resident advisors from current and prior year of each
program, and residents
b. Ad hoc members include members of the Drug Policy Program and
Meds Management
2. Chair(s)
a. Director of Pharmacy and PGY1 Pharmacy Program Director
3. Meetings
a. July, September, November, January, and April
i. These meetings will be 90 minutes in duration and cover
charges 4(a) through 4(e)
b. May, June, and August (2)
i. These meetings will be 120 minutes in duration and cover
charges 4(f) and 4(g)
4. Charge
a. Discuss and decide on policy additions, changes, and revisions that
cross multiple programs (e.g. duty hours, discipline, etc.)
b. Review and discuss minutes of RAC sub-committees for
discussion of individual resident concerns and issues
c. Oversee and prioritize residency program improvement initiatives
of various programs (e.g. preceptor development, accreditation
standards compliance, residency structure, etc.)
d. Ensure consistency amongst efforts within all programs
e. Serve as the general forum for communication with all RAC sub-
committees
i. PGY1 Pharmacy Sub-Committee

POLICY & PROCEDURE





Effective Date:
June 2013

Administrative Manual
 Nursing Manual
 Other: Pharmacy

Policy #: 18.4

Original
Revision 5/14
Page 1
of 2
Title: Residency Advisory Committee


ii. PGY2 Clinical Programs Sub-Committee
 PGY2 Critical Care Residency
 PGY2 Infectious Disease Residency
 PGY2 Oncology Residency
 PGY2 Transplant Residency
 PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency
iii. PGY1 Community Pharmacy Sub-Committee
iv. Admin/MSO/Specialty Pharmacy Sub-Committee
f. Provide a forum for resident non-masters project idea
feedback/discussion and final project list approval
g. Review and approve resident major project proposals/presentations

B. RAC Sub-Committees
1. Membership
a. Residency Director(s) committee chair, lead preceptors, advisors,
and residents for individual residency programs
b. Lead preceptors indicate interest in membership to the sub-RAC
chair and are voted on every even numbered year prior to the
beginning of the residency year
c. Committee members are expected to attend 80% of meetings
2. Chair
a. Residency Program Directors
3. Meetings
a. At least quarterly for 60 minutes
4. Charge
a. Discuss needed and planned changes within the residency program
to ensure the success of residency training
b. Provide a regular forum for discussion of resident progress in all
aspects of their respective programs
c. Review and provide suggested revisions to resident customized
training plans
d. Provide forum for peer review of preceptor evaluations
e. Review and modify learning experiences


Approved By: ____________________________
Director of Pharmacy Services

Date: ________________