Pre-Residency Excellence Program (PREP)
Our Pre-Residency Excellence Program (PREP) was designed specifically to assist individuals entering or in a pharmacy residency program. This program will give you tips, direction, ideas, and review your skills so that you can be better prepared to jump-start your residency year. Set yourself on course to be as successful as possible.
Students and Residents
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Residency Program Directors
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Information for Students Interested in a Residency
Search for residencies and fellowship programs and learn about each program’s requirements, description, contact information, etc.
ASHP Directory - Search for Post Graduate Year 1 (PGY1), Post Graduate Year 2 (PGY2), and PGY1/PGY2 combined residency programs by program type, location, and/or institution.
ACCP Directory - Search for residencies and fellowships by specialty, location, and program type.
Residents in Pennsylvania are invited to submit their residency spotlight information for inclusion in one of the issues of the Pennsylvania Pharmacist magazine.
Click here to meet Pennsylvania's 2016-17 Residents! We’re pleased they are working to advance pharmacy practice and the profession.
PPS is a national recruitment event that connects graduating pharmacy students with employers to set up interviews at the ASHP Mid-Year meeting. Employers are given a private booth to hold interviews for available positions. Registrants for PPS have access to a live job board on www.careerpharm.com from mid-September to January.
PhORCAS is the pharmacy online residency centralized application service. This service allows for residency applicants to submit all of their applications and other required documents for multiple residency programs in one centralized location. It also provides a centralized location for references to submit of letters of recommendation. Applicants can view the status of their applications and continuously check to ensure that all the required materials for their applications have been submitted.
Be sure to ask residency programs to which you will be applying for information on their participation in PhORCAS and if supplemental information will be required for applications.
For registration and more information about PhORCAS please click here.
The Match is a process in which residency applicants and ASHP accredited residency programs create a preference list of programs and prospective residents respectively. These lists are then placed in an algorithm which aligns students and residency programs.
For more information on the match, feel free to click on the following options:
PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency Programs
www.pharmacist.com/residency - Community residency information
More information about Pennsylvania Residency Programs
University of Pittsburgh Community Pharmacy Residency Program
APhA Foundation Executive Residency