Episode 42. Residency Here I Come! The Pharm So Hard Residency Panel

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Residency Panel

  • Sarah Cummings
    • PharmD: Purdue
    • PGY1: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
    • PGY2 EM 2020-21: UC Davis
  • Britany Byrkit
    • PharmD: Wingate
    • PGY1: Vidant Medical Center
    • PGY2 EM 2020-21: MUSC Health
  • Tramauni E. Brock
    • PharmD: Texas Southern University
    • PGY1: MUSC Health
    • PGY2 HSPAL: MUSC Health
  • Kailey Denny
    • PharmD: University of Mississippi School
    • PGY1: Froedtert
    • PGY2 EM 2021-22: MUSC Health
  • Nicholas A. DeFilippo
    • PharmD: U Conn
    • PGY1 2021-22: Yale New Haven
  • Ryan Watts
    • PharmD ’16: Hampton University
    • PGY1 2021-22: Homestead Hospital

Questions for incoming PGY1s

  • Ryan and Nicholas, tell us about your journey to obtaining PGY1?
  • What advice would you give current students?
  • Comments from the group

Questions for incoming PGY2s

  • What are your goals for this upcoming year?
  • What are your biggest concerns about this upcoming year?
  • Comments from the group

Questions for outgoing PGY2s

  • What does the future looks like post PGY2?
  • What’s something you wish you would have known prior to starting residency?

Audience Q & A

  • How do you stay up to date with the latest guideline changes without flooding your inbox?
  • How did you transition your CV from PGY1 to PGY2 in preparation for the job search?
  • How did you transition your CV from PGY1 to PGY2 in preparation for the job search?


Jimmy L. Pruitt III, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP

The Pharm So Hard Podcast is a show focused primarily on emergency medicine and hospital pharmacy related topics. To empower healthcare providers with the knowledge and skills they need to provide evidence-based, safe care for critically ill patients.

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