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The following responsibilities are divided between 2 Infectious Diseases (ID) pharmacists. Restructuring of responsibilities will be considered based on the candidate's interests. Inpatient responsibilities include attending rounds with the consultation team, performing antimicrobial stewardship (prospective audit and feedback) and assessing restricted antimicrobial drug requests. Outpatient responsibilities include monitoring of OPAT patients, assisting ID physicians in clinic, as well as attending ID pharmacy specific clinics (in person and phone) where patients are seen for hepatitis C, latent TB, azole TDM, latent TB drug monitoring and HIV/PrEP drug monitoring.
Administrative responsibilities include sitting on various committees (PNT, Infection control, antimicrobial subcommittee, VISN12 hepatitis task force, VISN12 stewardship task force), participating in QI/QA projects as well as maintaining and creating antimicrobial related policies. ID pharmacists precept pharmacy students and PGY1 resident projects and while on rotation. The ID pharmacy section also has a PGY2 infectious diseases pharmacy residency program with one resident.
Work Schedule: Full-time, 1st shift, Monday-Friday, working no weekends & no Federal holidays
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