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Department: 192001 - CVM Teaching Hospital
Location: Raleigh, NC
Essential Job Duties:
Resident will participate and lead clinical rounds in both small animal, large animal, and exotic animal clinics. The Resident will perform drug utilization review on hospital patients. Time will be spent in the clinical pharmacy or clinical pharmacology laboratory providing drug information, preparing sterile and non-sterile compounds and chemotherapeutics agents, designing implementing and monitoring clinical drug studies. The resident will spend approximately 50% of time providing clinical pharmacy services, mentoring of APPE students, and responding to drug information queries; and approximately 50% of time in other activities including clinical service rotations, research activities, and outreach to North Carolina veterinarians and regulatory agencies.
Upon successful completion of this residency the resident will be eligible for Board Certification Specialty Status in International College of Veterinary Pharmacy.
A research project is required for this residency and presenting at the House Officers seminar series as well as at the annual meeting of the Society of Veterinary Hospital Pharmacists.
Requires DVM or equivalent degree (e.g., VMD, BVSc) by a "Recognized School of Veterinary Medicine" as defined by the AVMA.
Required license or certification:
Current North Carolina Pharmacy License
Position Number: 00101847
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