Pharmacy Associates participate in an organized, directed training program in a defined area of Pharmacy Practice. In a practice such as a hospital or clinic, they are referred to as "residents". They may also participate in a highly individualized program geared to prepare them to become independent researchers. In this program they are referred to as "fellows".
Degree and/or credentials: Pharm. D. degree, or B.S. or M.S. in an area of pharmacy, or a professional pharmacy degree from an American Council for Pharmaceutical Education accredited college of pharmacy is required.
Experience: None is required.
Restrictions: May not be registered in a degree program.
Internal Number: 330660
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