Mount Auburn Hospital (MAH) was founded in 1886 as the first hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is a 213-bed regional teaching hospital affiliated with Harvard Medical School. The MAH PGY-1 Pharmacy residency is affiliated with Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) University.
MCPHS University–Boston is the second oldest pharmacy school in the United States, with a strong commitment to preparing future leaders of the profession of pharmacy.
Clinical Care, Leadership, Teaching and Research
The program includes one year of postgraduate training designed as a well-rounded hospital practice experience that will advance the residents’ knowledge and skills in the delivery of pharmacy services.
- Internal Medicine
- Ambulatory Care
- Critical Care
- Medication Safety
- Pharmacy Administration
- Pharmacy Practice - Longitudinal
- Research - Longitudinal
- Teaching - Longitudinal
- Pharmacy Informatics
- Additional rotations tailored to individual resident
MCPHS University--Teaching Certificate Program
The residents will have the opportunity to develop their communication and teaching skills by completing a teaching certificate program.
- Attending monthly seminars
- Providing didactic lectures
- Acting as a co-preceptor for Pharm D students
The residents will hold an adjunct teaching appointment in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at MCPHS University, will gain practical academic teaching experience in a variety of educational areas, and with the assistance of faculty mentors will develop a teaching portfolio.
- Annual stipend
- Medical and dental insurance
- Paid vacation and holidays
- Discounted public transportation and/or parking
- Presentation and travel reimbursement
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