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Moses Cone Memorial Hospital
Education: Eshelman School of Pharmacy; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Hometown: Elon, North Carolina
Residency Research: Implementation of a low, fixed-dose Kcentra protocol for urgent warfarin reversal
Practice Interests: Cardiovascular Critical Care, Heart Failure
Why Residency?: I chose Moses Cone for my PGY2 so that I could train alongside cardiologists who sincerely value the impact of pharmacists. The pharmacy department is highly integrated into the Heart and Vascular Center, and our cardiology pharmacists are extremely well-trained and experienced. I knew Moses Cone would challenge me to develop into a highly competent specialist in cardiovascular pharmacotherapy.
Cone Health Women's Hospital
Hometown: Lexington, North Carolina
Residency Research:Diuretics use in neonates
Practice Interests: Pediatrics, Neonatology, Emergency Medicine
Why Residency: I chose to do a second year of residency, because I wanted to focus my career on a specific patient population. Neonatology became one of my passions as this patient population has entirely different pharmacokinetics/dynamics compared to adults or even pediatric patients. Furthermore, the scant amount of primary literature in this field proves to be an interesting challenge in pharmacotherapy management as well as provides ample opportunities for research.
PGY2 Ambulatory Oncology
Cone Health Cancer Center
Education: University of Wisconsin
Hometown: Monroe, Wisconsin
Residency Research: Infusion-related reactions with antibody therapy and role of test dosing
Practice Interests: Malignant Hematology
Why Residency: I was initially drawn to Cone Health because of the wonderful people, progressive pharmacy, and emphasis on high-touch patient care, and this holds true at the Cone Health Cancer Center. For future careers, oncology/hematology pharmacy is a rapidly growing field, and Cone Health’s PGY2 offers the opportunity to be on the forefront of it. I really enjoy working with all of my preceptors, other healthcare professionals, and the patients!
PGY2 Infectious Disease
Moses Cone Memorial Hospital
Education: West Virginia University
Hometown: Fairmont, West Virigina
Residency Research: Combating the use of anti-pseudomonal antibiotics to treat cellulitis through a physician-specific feedback program
Practice Interests: HIV/Hepatitis, Academia, Antimicrobial Stewardship
Why Residency: I chose to pursue a second year of residency in Infectious Disease in order to continue to develop my knowledge-base in my areas of interest and pursue opportunities in both leadership and academia. I chose Cone because of the plethora of opportunities in both the inpatient and outpatient settings as well as the inclusive atmosphere.
PGY2 Ambulatory Care
Triad Healthcare Network
Hometown: Oriental, North Carolina
Residency Research: Quality performance and financial implications of integrating a pharmacist in a primary care clinic
Practice Interests: Diabetes, Heart Failure, Population Health, Cardiovascular Risk Reduction, Behavioral Health
Why Residency: My interests in pharmacy practice are broad but mobilizing to all of my work are genuine human connections and individualized approaches to problem solving. Through empathy and creativity, my goal is to implement optimized therapeutic plans alongside other healthcare providers to improve patient outcomes. I saw an Ambulatory Care PGY2 as a necessary, not optional, step in my career development in order to reach my central goal. As accountable care organizations take a fresh look at population health and widespread quality improvement, I saw a residency at Triad HealthCare Network (THN) partnered with Cone Health as an ideal opportunity. Accountable care organizations have finally given us financial justification to think outside the box and DO THE RIGHT THING for our patients. I could not be more proud to receive multidisciplinary training at THN and Cone Health where creativity is encouraged and all are eager to jump in to solve any problem.