Learning Experiences

PGY1 Pharmacy Ambulatory Care

Learning Experiences

Learning Experiences include: 

  • Providing care for MyHealthyLife™ and Asheville Project™ patients in the areas of diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, depression, asthma, anticoagulation therapy and/or COPD
  • Providing care in a family medicine residency clinic using the patient-centered medical home model
  • Providing care for patients in multiple Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner-managed clinics
  • Selecting anticoagulant therapy for patients who are new to treatment; providing management of patients on traditional warfarin therapy, those who need bridge assessment and management, and those who are taking direct oral anticoagulants 
  • Providing distribution and ongoing MTM services and access support for uninsured and underinsured patients in a Medication Assistance Program
  • Teaching in an American Diabetes Association-accredited diabetes education program
  • Participation in a Teaching and Learning Curriculum
  • Conducting outcomes evaluations studies for ambulatory care pharmacy programs
  • Conducting continuous quality improvement projects, such as Medication Use Evaluations
  • Precepting pharmacy students, educating family practice residents, and participating in weekly didactic sessions, seminars and journal clubs
  • Providing transitions of care support for patients being discharged from the hospital who are identified as having medication-related issues 
  • Rounding with an inpatient family practice service and facilitating continuity of care
  • Serving as the pharmacist and preceptor for pharmacy students at Asheville-Buncombe Community Christian Ministry free evening clinic
  • Participating in an international health curriculum that focuses on improving the health of the people of Honduras and includes a medical mission trip with the organization Shoulder-to-Shoulder (as travel funds allow)
  • Serving as camp counselors at a diabetes camp for children (as schedule permits)