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Oregon State Hospital participates with the National Match Service program. Upon receiving applications, on-site interviews take place from mid-January through February.
Orientation to Forensic Psychiatry, Central Pharmacy, Pharmacy Administration and Drug Distribution Systems, Informatics and Drug-Use Policy.
Residents work in the medical, geriatric/neurology and Guilty Except for Insanity (GEI) units). They also participate in longitudinal programs in the areas of drug-use policy/ Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee, research projects and education.
Through a collaboration between Oregon State University College of Pharmacy and Pacific University College of Pharmacy, OSH pharmacy residents can earn the Oregon Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (OPTC). The didactic, statewide teaching certificate program enables residents to receive teaching experience onsite or at a local college or university.
Dr. Cydreese Aebi, Ph.D., R.Ph., BCPP
Office phone: (503) 945-9068
Fax: (503) 947-1085
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