600 University Avenue
Toronto, ON, M5G 1X5
Andrew Wyllie, Senior Manager, Pharmacy Quality and Academic Practice, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD
Phone: 416-586-4800, ext. 8582
Coordinator/Contact: Christinne Duclos, BScPhm, PharmD
Clinical Practice Leader and Residency Coordinator
Established in: 1980
# Positions: 2
App. deadline: October 14, 2021 - 5 p.m. EST.
Starting date: September 2022 (Not flexible)
PRAMS: Additional requirements to complete the Pharmacy Residency Application and Matching Service (PRAMS) application should be sent through PRAMS when applying to Sinai Health System program by the application deadline: A program specific cover letter (maximum 500 words)
Est. stipend: $32,000 per annum + benefits in lieu
Vacation/holiday leave: 2 weeks
Education/Conference leave: 1-2 conferences
Program highlights: General program that emphasizes the development and application of advanced practice skills in the provision of direct patient care. The resident will have the opportunity to be an active participant in many of our multidisciplinary health teams and promote the integration of evidence into the decision making process for the patients they are responsible for. Mandatory rotations include medicine, rehabilitation care (Bridgepoint campus), surgery, cardiology, infectious disease, neonatology, drug information, clinical teaching, administration and drug distribution. The last rotation of the Residency is a liaison rotation where the resident is the primary pharmacist for a service. This serves to help bridge the resident into practice.
Elective rotations include: Psychiatry, Geriatric Medicine, Critical Care, Oncology, ER, Complex Rehabilitative Care, and Family Health.
Required Rotations:Distribution: 2 weeks Administration: 1 week + Drug Information: 3-4 weeks General Medicine: 4 weeks
Minimum required credentials: BScPhm plus eligibility for licensure in Ontario.
Elective Rotations:Resident generally has a choice of 2 electives Psychiatry: 3 weeks Emergency Medicine: 3 weeks Critical Care: 3 weeks Oncology: 3 weeks Geriatric Medicine: 3 weeks Family Health Team: 3 weeks Complex Rehabilitative Care: 3 weeks
- General Surgery (IBD)/TPN: 4 weeks
- Cardiology: 3-4 weeks
- Rehabilitative Care: 2 weeks
- Infectious Disease: 3-4 weeks
- Perinatology: 4 weeks
- Clinical Teaching: 3-4 weeks
- Project: 6 weeks
- Liaison: 4 weeks
Type: Tertiary care teaching hospital
Number of beds: 354 Acute and 464 Complex Continuing Care
Sites: Mount Sinai Hospital, Bridgepoint Active Healthcare
Affiliation: University of Toronto
Xing (Linda) Liu