Qualifications for Admission
Pre-requisites include an advanced pharmacy degree with preference given to candidates who have completed a general residency or have comparable additional clinical experience. Residency candidates must also be eligible for licensure in Florida. Residents will be selected based upon an overall evaluation of their academic achievement, professional activities, references, on-site interview, and presentation. Residency candidates should be prepared to present a 30-40 minute presentation following suggested guidelines established for formal presentations.
1. A letter of intent must be received no later than January 31. This letter should state why you are pursuing residency training and why you wish to pursue training in pain and palliative care.
2. Three letters of recommendation.
3. Two official copies of your pharmacy education transcripts.
4. All the above elements must be received before an onsite interview is approved.
For more information, contact:
David S. Craig, PharmD, BCPS
12902 Magnolia Drive, MRC-PSY
Tampa, FL 33612