Provide Clinical Pharmacy Services, drug information, Drug therapy monitoring, patient specific consultations, healthcare staff inservices pharmaccepidemiology and pharmeconomic evaluations in selected patient populations. Investigate, research, report adverse drug reactions.
Primary clinical responsibilities will be to identify, evaluate, and assist in the management of medication-related problems
Participate in Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee process, evaluate requests for new drug usage and old formulary drug relevance and review therapeutic classes for relevance, assist in updating hospital formulary.
Serve as an informational and patient problem solving resource for clinical staff pharmacists.Qualifications
Experience & Knowledge:
0-5 years experience as a pharmacist with training in drug therapy of critically ill patients including the knowledge and application of clinical pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, drug-drug interactions, and pharmaceutics to patients; training in cost-analysis/cost evaluation techniques preferred
Doctor of Pharmacy R. Ph - Pharmacist - Registered completion of an ASHP accredited hospital or clinical residency program.
Required Credentials, Licensure or Certification (i.e. RN, RRT): Pharmacist licensure in the State of Ohio
Previous experience in oncology preferred.