Get the Residency: ASHP’s Guide to Residency Interviews and Preparation, 2nd Edition, will help you stand out in a competitive field. The authors of this text have almost a decade-long track record of proven results for thousands of students: an 80% residency acceptance rate, against the national average of 65%. And they, along with faculty and clinicians across the country, share their effective techniques with you in this updated edition. Let their experience and understanding of the process guide you through each step toward your professional future.
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Residency positions are increasingly harder to secure. Get the Residency: ASHP’s Guide to Residency Interviews and Preparation, 2nd Edition, will help you stand out in a competitive field.
Inside you will find first-hand advice, interview guidance, warnings, and answers to your questions, including:
When do I start planning my residency strategy—and how?
How can I set up a timeline and task list to keep myself on target for success?
How can I ace the interview process?
What should I have in my portfolio?
What happens if I don’t make the match?
The authors of Get the Residency, 2nd Edition, have almost a decade-long track record of proven results for thousands of students: an 80% residency acceptance rate, against the national average of 65%. And they, along with faculty and clinicians across the country, share their effective techniques with you in this updated edition.
Let their experience and understanding of the process guide you through each step toward your professional future.
Joshua Caballero, PharmD, BCPP, FCCP
Joshua Caballero is Chair of the Department of Clinical and Administrative Sciences, and Professor & Chair, Department of Clinical and Administrative Sciences, College of Pharmacy, Larkin University, Miami, FL. He earned his PharmD from the University of Tennessee. He completed a psychiatric pharmacy practice residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center. Dr. Caballero completed a pharmacotherapy fellowship at The Ohio State University in Columbus.
Dr. Caballero is board certified in psychiatric pharmacy and has worked extensively with diverse populations in developing and maintaining practice sites in outpatient and inpatient settings. Dr. Caballero has published in the areas of psychiatry, and most recently authored a chapter on ADHD in Pediatric Pharmacotherapy.
Kevin A. Clauson, PharmD
Kevin A. Clauson is Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Nashville, TN. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Tennessee–Memphis and completed a research fellowship at the University of Missouri–Kansas City.
Dr. Clauson is a Past Chair of the ASHP Section Advisory Group in Pharmacy Informatics Education, served as an item writer for the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX), and is a recipient of the Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence from Nova Southeastern University.
Sandra Benavides, PharmD, FCCP, FPPAG
Sandra Benavides is an Associate Clinical Director, PRIME® Education, LLC, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and Consultant, Crescendo Pharmacy Consultants, Plantation, FL. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of California, San Francisco. She completed a general practice residency at the University of California, San Diego Medical Center, and a pediatric pharmacotherapy fellowship at The Ohio State University. Her clinical practice is in the area of pediatrics, and she has vast experience in a variety of pediatric settings including acute care, ambulatory care, and community practice.
Dr. Benavides is the lead editor for Pediatric Pharmacotherapy, the first pediatric pharmacy text written for students. Throughout her years as an academician and practitioner, she has mentored many students on residency and career paths, particularly in the area of pediatrics.