Residency program director
Elizabeth K. Morrow, PharmD, BCACP
Clinical Pharmacist, Ambulatory Care Clinics
Director, PGY-1 Residency Program
Residency program manager and coordinator
Gabrielle N. Plaia, PharmD, AAHIVP
Specialty Pharmacist Supervisor
PGY-1 Residency Program Manager and Coordinator
Thank you for your interest and consideration of our PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program.
ASHP PGY-1 purpose statement
PGY-1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY-2) pharmacy residency training.
PGY-1 residency mission
To provide experiences to develop pharmacy practitioners who will possess the knowledge of the systematic processes associated with medication acquisition, appropriateness, and accreditation standards as well as clinical knowledge to provide high-quality patient care to advance pharmacy practice.
Available learning experiences
- Administration (Specialty or Ambulatory Care)
- Cardiology clinic
- Dermatology clinic
- Gastroenterology clinic
- Geriatric emergency department
- Geriatrics service
- HCV/HIV service
- Hematology/oncology clinic
- Acute Care (internal medicine or cardiology)
- Investigational drug services
- Multiple sclerosis/neurology clinic
- Medical infusion service
- Pharmacy Informatics
- Primary care clinic
- Rheumatology clinic
- Specialty pediatric/adult cystic fibrosis, pulmonary, & allergy clinic
Additional opportunities may be available upon request
Longitudinal learning experiences
- Longitudinal research project
- Medication safety & quality
- Medication use evaluation
- Outpatient pharmacy practice
- Specialty pharmacy/on-call
- Teaching certificate program
Medication use evaluation
The resident will complete one medication usage evaluation during the first half of the residency year, and present the completed MUE results at ASHP Midyear/Vizient meeting via a poster presentation.
Longitudinal research project
The resident will complete one longitudinal research project throughout the residency year. This project may be original research or a development/enhancement of pharmacy services. Completed results will be presented as a poster presentation at the Eastern States Residency Conference in May. In addition, you will complete a manuscript suitable for publication.
ACPE continuing education presentation
The resident will present two ACPE-accredited presentations during the residency year. The topic should surround a controversial clinical topic, new medication, or guideline update.
- Two ACPE continuing education presentations for pharmacists
The resident will staff in both the outpatient and specialty pharmacy service line. They will alternate carrying the specialty pharmacy services on-call pager.
The resident will participate in a teaching certificate program during the PGY-1 year. We determine the provider of the teaching certificate program on a yearly basis
APPE pharmacy student precepting
The resident will have the opportunity to co-precept APPE pharmacy student activities throughout the year.
Total Earned time (10 days):
- 3 holidays
- 10 earned time days (excluding holidays)
The resident is required to staff one major and one minor holiday during the residency year.
- ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Vizient Consortium Pharmacy Network Meeting
- Eastern States Regional Residency Program
How to apply
Please submit all application materials via PhORCAS.
Application deadline: January 2nd.
Must have a valid pharmacy license to practice in the state of New Hampshire within 90 days of the start date.
- Letter of intent
- Curriculum vitae
- College transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation
- PhORCAS Residency Program application
- ASHP Residency Matching Program registration