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The purpose of this specialty residency is to prepare the resident to develop expertise in the provision of pharmaceutical care to solid organ transplant (e.g., heart, liver, lung, pancreas, kidney) recipients within inpatient and outpatient interdisciplinary care environments. Some experience with stem cell or pediatric transplant patients may be available and is site specific. The resident may be engaged in the conduct and support of clinical and outcomes-related research. Pharmacists completing this program will possess the competencies necessary to pursue transplant-focused clinical practice or academic positions.


Transplant pharmacists activities

  • Time primarily dedicated for care of transplant recipients

  • Attend daily rounds with prospective evaluation of individual pharmacotherapy

  • Coordinate development and implementation of drug therapy protocols, assists in ensuring protocol adherence and measure outcomes with these protocols. 

  • Provide medication reconciliation, medication therapy management and discharge counseling

  • Provide education and training to members of the transplant team and practitioners in training

  • Facilitate cost containment strategies and pharmacotherapy optimization to maximize patient and center specific outcomes

  • Provide pre- and post-transplant medication education

  • Lead and assist with clinical and pharmacoeconomic research

  • Provide 24/7 pharmacotherapeutic support evidenced by daily documentation of activities in the patient's medical record

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