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Could this be right?

Discussion in 'Pharmacy Residencies and Fellowships' started by Glycerin, May 15, 2007.

  1. Glycerin

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    It really depends on the program's need. If they absolutely have to have a resident in a certain area, that is not unreasonable. For example, the stipend for the Drug Information Residency at Stanford is $71,000. For Drug Info. at Kaiser it is $70,000.

    Also, look at all of the residency positions at the University of Utah, which are $50,000 - 60,000, depeding on the area.

    I am not familar with the particular institution you mentioned, so theoretically it could be a typo, but there is an equal likelihood given its location that the information on ASHP's website is correct.
     
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    It may be because they are not accredited yet ("application submitted"). I did hear of one place who offered higher pay for their first year of their residency program because they were not accredited.
     

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