Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services (Internal Medicine)
Rumi McGloin, B.Sc. (Pharm), ACPR, Pharm.D.
Director, Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services
Advanced (Year) Residency Coordinator:
Michael Legal, B,Sc. (Pharm), ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP
Clinical Manager/Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Internal Medicine
The LMPS Advanced (Year 2) Pharmacy Residency Programs are advanced institutional pharmacy training programs focused on providing pharmacy clinicians experiential training in specialized clinical practice, leadership, teaching, and research.
The programs are designed to provide innovative and challenging opportunities for pharmacists to experience practice and care in a variety of settings encompassed by our large urban and rural university-affiliated health regions and partners: Vancouver Coastal Health, Providence Health Care, Fraser Health, and Provincial Health Services Authority.
Seven positions are being offered for the 2023-2024 academic year including in four unique programs: Internal Medicine, Critical Medicine, Mental Health and Substance Use and Pediatrics. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS JANUARY 30, 2023.
These programs were designed based on the Canadian Pharmacy Residency Board accreditation standards for Advanced (Year 2) Pharmacy Residencies. Each specialty undergoes accreditation separately. The Critical Care program received accreditation in 2020 and the Internal Medicine and Pediatrics programs in 2021. The Mental Health and Substance Use program will seek CPRB Accreditation in Fall 2024/Spring 2025. Program accreditation is retroactive to prior program graduates and all successful graduates may use the ACPR2 designation.
Further details about the application process and/or the programs can be found at:
Type Internal Medicine Focus Acute Care Positions Available 2 Stipend / Benefits $30,000 + benefits Vacation 10 paid days Start Date September Program Duration 52 weeks Required Rotations
Program Orientation (1 week)
4 week learning experiences:
- Advanced Internal Medicine I, II, III and IV (core rotations) - one of which is a precepting rotation
- Infectious Diseases
- Intensive Care
Select 2 (4 week learning experiences)
- Opioid Stewardship
- Addiction Medicine
- Ambulatory Nephrology
- Ambulatory Cardiology
- Emergency Medicine
- Renal transplant
- Liver Transplant
- Lung Transplant
- HIV (Ambulatory/Inpatient)
- Mental Health and Addiction
- Academic Research
- 2nd Cardiology, Intensive Care, ID/AMS at another site
*Additional electives available based on residents' interest
Longitudinal Rotations / Experiences
- Research Project
- Critical Appraisal, Research Methods & Medical Statistics
- Quality Improvement & Medication Safety
- Leadership in Professional Practice
- Formal Teaching (University) opportunities
- Professional Conference attendance
(These are rotations and activities scheduled over the course of the residency year).
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