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Resident Objectives for Resident Checkout and Certificate (18.6)

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18.6

POLICY & PROCEDURE





Effective Date:
August 2012

Administrative Manual
 Nursing Manual
 Other: Pharmacy

Policy #: 18.6

Original
Revision 5/14
Page 1
of 2
Title: Resident Objectives for Resident
Checkout and Certificate


I. PURPOSE: To establish a departmental policy and procedures for end of residency
checkout.

II. POLICY: All pharmacy residents will complete all checkout requirements prior to
receiving a residency certificate and to be considered a graduate of the University of
Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics residency program.

III: PROCEDURE:
A. Residents must complete all assignments for their major residency project.
1. The resident’s final project manuscript must be received and deemed
acceptable by the resident’s project advisor and program director.
2. Copies of all documents related to the project must be provided to the
residency program director. These documents include, but are not limited
to, the following:
a. Great Lakes Pharmacy Residency Conference abstract and drafts
b. Great Lakes Pharmacy Residency Conference presentation and
evaluations and drafts
c. UHC, ASHP or APHA abstract and poster and drafts
d. Electronic copy of all references
e. IRB submission and approval letters
f. Data collection forms and spreadsheets
B. Residency Plans
1. All residents must have customized residency plan uploaded into ResiTrak
with quarterly updates as discussed with and approved by the resident’s
program advisor and director.
C. Evaluations
1. All rotation and learning experience evaluations, including supplemental
evaluations not in ResiTrak, must be completed prior to checkout and
signed off by the residency program director.
D. Residency Goals and Objectives
1. All required goals and objectives must be achieved in order to receive a
residency certificate.
a. Each program director will determine the required goals and
objectives for their program and maintain these required goals and
objectives in program-specific residency manuals.
2. If the resident has not achieved all required goals and objectives, an action
plan for completion will be developed by the resident in consultation with
their residency program advisor and director.

POLICY & PROCEDURE





Effective Date:
August 2012

Administrative Manual
 Nursing Manual
 Other: Pharmacy

Policy #: 18.6

Original
Revision 5/14
Page 2
of 2
Title: Resident Objectives for Resident
Checkout and Certificate


E. Actions
1. All residents will complete an exit interview with the residency program
director.
2. All residents must provide updated contact information to the pharmacy
department Administrative Supervisor.
3. All residents will provide their new position to the pharmacy department
Administrative Supervisor and Director of Pharmacy.

F. Presentations / Publications
1. An electronic copy of all presentations including Pharmacy Grand Rounds
must be given to the residency program director prior to checkout.
2. Master's Project, if applicable, must be completed and on file in publishable
format, and signed off by the project advisor(s) and Director of Pharmacy.

G. Office
1. All personal items must be removed from resident offices by the last day of
the residency year.
2. Return office key, pager, and ID badge to pharmacy administrative office
staff by the last day of the residency year.
3. All university and hospital fees must be paid in full prior to residency
checkout.





Approved By:_______________________________
Director of Pharmacy

Date:__________