Designed to develop outstanding practitioners with strong leadership skills who will pursue advanced level practice in a hospital, PGY2 residency, and/or academia. Practice experiences include internal medicine, antimicrobial stewardship, critical care, pediatrics and neonatology, management, anticoagulation, participation in formal and informal multidisciplinary education, student preceptorship, preparation of a project and committee involvement. Residents will participate in didactic classroom activities and earn a teaching certificate from Belmont University College of Pharmacy. Benefits include educational leave, paid vacation, sick leave, travel allowance to attend ASHP Midyear Meeting and SERC, full health benefits and free parking. Our application process is facilitated through PhORCAS; application deadline is January 1, 2019.