The traineeship is open to pharmacists from all practice settings.
There will be one traineeship session in 2015: NEW DATES - August 24 - August 27. Four pharmacists will be selected.
The traineeship is four days in length, Monday through Thursday. There is a mandatory orientation meeting on Sunday evening. The traineeship will be conducted at the Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois.
FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS JUNE 1, 2015.
Please read this information and the Policies and Guidelines carefully so you have a clear understanding of the traineeship goals, structure, and content, and the application procedure.
Trainees are responsible for all expenses related to travel, accommodations, meals, and incidentals. Trainees must make their own travel arrangements to the traineeship site. The ASCP Foundation will coordinate hotel accommodations, but trainees are responsible for payment. Trainees should plan to arrive no later than 3:00 p.m. Sunday
preceding the traineeship for an evening orientation session. The Traineeship ends at 5:00pm on Thursday.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT INFORMATION
- The Parkinson's Disease Pharmacotherapy Traineeship
is an in-depth program requiring familiarity with pre-traineeship
reading materials and interaction with patients and the interdisciplinary
team at the traineeship sites.
- The primary focus of
the traineeship is Parkinson's
disease, although other movement disorders and conditions
will be encountered.
- After the traineeship,
participants are expected to prepare two case consults for
which they made recommendations for
treatment or interventions to improve care of patients with
application form and required exhibits were to be received by the
ASCP Foundation no later than June 1. All applications must be submitted electronically by completing the application form online and emailing it along with the "Additional
Application Documents Required" (Exhibits) to email@example.com.
In the subject line of the email, please type "Parkinson's Traineeship Application."
for the traineeship will be evaluated, and applicants
were notified of the outcome on or about July 1.
If you have any questions or concerns about the traineeship or about submitting an application, we encourage you to speak with a colleague who has participated in this traineeship. A list of previous Parkinson's Disease Pharmacotherapy Traineeship participants who have volunteered to serve as mentors to new applicants is available at the Mentor link above. If you have any additional questions about the program or the application process, you may also contact Janice Feinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
look forward to receiving your application.