This experience is designed to prepare individuals to influence advancement of pharmacy practice. The residency emphasizes development of leadership skills within four domains: personal awareness and skills, practice advancement, teaching/mentoring, and professional advocacy. In addition to ambulatory care practice, experiences include University-based teaching and advocacy at the Minnesota legislature with the Minnesota Pharmacists Association. The second year of the program focuses on taking responsibility for establishing a new practice in a clinical setting that has not previously included a pharmacist. Two articles describe the design and outcomes of the program: Pharmaceutical Care Leadership: An Innovative Residency Model. JAPhA 2003;43:527-32 and INNOVATIONS of Pharmacy (http://pubs.lib.umn.edu/innovations/vol5/iss3/8/).