Please call 800-633-7377 for a personal consultation between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
You can also call the appointment center to schedule, change or cancel an appointment or ask questions.
How many residency positions will you be matching?Two
When does the residency start?July
How are residents evaluated?Residency preceptors will evaluate residents continuously throughout their learning experiences through verbal and written evaluations. Written evaluations may include summative evaluations, formative evaluations, and snapshot evaluations. At the completion of a learning experience the preceptor will evaluate the resident with a summative evaluation form specific for that learning experience. Preceptors will use the ASHP "PGY1 Required and Elective Educational Objectives Criteria for Measuring Resident Performance" as a guide to complete the summative evaluation forms.
What teaching opportunities are there for residents?Each resident will precept Wayne State IPPE students for one semester. In addition, residents will be expected to play an active role in precepting APPE who are scheduled on rotation with them. Residents also participate in the Wayne State Teaching Certificate program.
What is the staffing requirement?Residents will staff a clinical shift every other weekend.
Do residents receive vacation time?Resident will accrue CTO time throughout the year. Residents will use this time for attendance at all professional meetings. Additional 'Scheduled' CTO days may be requested on a Special Request form that is submitted to the residency program director in advance of the requested time off. Not more than 5 consecutive CTO days can be in the same rotation without prior approval. Sick days and emergency CTO days - preceptor, and program director must be notified in advance of start time.
Do the residents attend any professional meetings throughout the year?Yes. The residents are required to attend monthly local Southeastern Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacist meetings, and the Michigan Society of Health System Annual Meeting in the fall. The resident is required to attend the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in December, as well as the Great Lakes Pharmacy Residency Conference in April.
Is office space available to residents?Yes. Residents are provided with an office space with available computers.
What is the anticipated residency stipend?The anticipated stipend for PGY-1 residents is approximately $46,000 annually.
What is your licensure policy for PGY-1 residents?All pharmacy residents must be fully licensed (passing of both the NAPLEX and Michigan law exam) by their start date. In the event that the resident is not licensed on their start date a one-month grace period may be granted. Such cases will be evaluated on an individual basis by the PGY-1 Program Director, the Director of Pharmacy and other preceptors as appropriate. Failure to become licensed during this one month grace period may result in dismissal from the program.
What tips do you have for out of state candidates to ensure they are licensed in accordance with the program policy?
Start application early, look at application materials even 2-3 months before graduation so that you're ready to send them in shortly after the match results are known.
You are required to send in the controlled substance license application with associated fees in order to process your application. Failure to do so may delay licensure.
You may send in application packet materials even before your school sends your Certificate of Education into the Board.
If you don't think you'll be licensed before the start date, you must have a valid Michigan intern license, this application takes about 4-6 weeks to process.
Make yourself very familiar with the Michigan board of pharmacy website (www.michigan.gov/healthlicense). Many questions will be answered in the Licensing Information and Frequently Asked Questions sections.
Don't be afraid to call the board, at 517-335-0918, with any questions you have about how to's and what's required for the applications.
The Board will send you a customer number where you can check online for the status of your application.
Registering for Exams
Register and pay for the NAPLEX and MPJE online thru the NAPB (www.nabp.net).
As soon as you get your Authorization To Test (ATT), schedule the exams! It doesn't matter if you feel ready for them at that point, schedule it anyway. They can be changed later on, but this gives you a definite time frame to work with.
If you plan to change a set testing date, it must be done at least two days before test date by noon on that day.
Depending on when you take your exams, it will be a minimum of 7 - 10 days before your exam results will be mailed to you.
MPJE Study Guide
Per MI Board Pharmacy, this is what you need to study in terms of state law:
You can access this info on their website www.michigan.gov under Licensing Information. You can print these out or call the Board and request copies be sent to you.
Other helpful sources/sites
What housing recommendations do you have for out-of-state candidates?Beaumont is located in Troy, a great place to live, work, learn and play. Troy is a vibrant and balanced community, rich in cultural diversity, community wellness and economic vitality. Around the Troy area, the city of Birmingham is known for its upscale shopping, luxurious homes, and its downtown area. Other cities near the area include Royal Oak, Rochester Hills and Detroit.
When looking for a place to live, here are some tips to follow:
How can an out-of-state candidate find out more about the Troy and surrounding area? We recommend the following websites:
What type of benefit package is provided to residents?
Residents will have the following national holidays off: