The resident will complete one month of MCC pharmacy orientation, seven months of required clinical rotations, and three months of elective rotations.
- Required rotations include:
b) Internal Medicine
c) Infectious Disease
d) Inpatient Elective ( Malignant Hematology or Medical Oncology)
e) Critical Care Medicine
f) Administration and Pharmacy Informatics
g) Ambulatory Care (Longitudinal)
h) Drug Information (Longitudinal)
i) Patient Care Services / Staffing (Longitudinal)
- Elective clinical rotations include but are not limited to:
a) Academics (through University of South Florida)
b) Ambulatory Care (1 month blocks)
c) Bone Marrow Transplant
d) Malignant Hematology
e) Medical Oncology
f) Nutritional Support
g) Pain and Palliative Care
Presentations and Publications
The resident will have many opportunities to present during the year. Presentation opportunities include Internal Medicine Forum, Journal Club, Case Presentations, and two formal presentations on a topic of the resident’s choice, including the residency project. Opportunities to publish include the MCC journal, Cancer Control, as well as other newsletters and national journals.
The residency project has been incorporated into the requirements of the residency with the intent of providing the resident with the opportunity of developing research and writing skills. The residency project may vary depending upon the interest of the individual resident. Opportunities at MCC exist that allow the resident to gain experience in clinical research, basic science research, or a pharmacy administration project.