Pharmacist work force in 2020: implications of requiring residency training for practice.

@article{Johnson2008PharmacistWF,
  title={Pharmacist work force in 2020: implications of requiring residency training for practice.},
  author={Thomas J. Johnson},
  journal={American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists},
  year={2008},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={
          166-70
        }
}
  • Thomas J. Johnson
  • Published 15 January 2008
  • Medicine
  • American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Pharmacy is undergoing a transformation from a profession of primarily providing a commodity (medications) in reaction to the orders of a prescriber to one of providing and ensuring optimal drug therapy in conjunction with a prescriber and other members of the health care team. This transformation 

Tables from this paper

Pharmacy residency and the medical training model: is pharmacy at a tipping point?
  • Thomas J. Johnson, J. Teeters
  • Medicine
    American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • 2011
TLDR
Postgraduate year 1 (PGY1) residency training should be required for entry into practice for all pharmacists who will serve in direct patient practice by 2020.
Collaboration: what can health-care organizations learn about pharmacist retention from Magnet status hospitals?
Visions for Required Postgraduate Year 1 Residency Training by 2020: A Comparison of Actual versus Projected Expansion
TLDR
The feasibility of expanding postgraduate year (PGY) 1 residency training as proposed by the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and American Society of Health‐System Pharmacists (ASHP) is explored.
Report of the 2008-2009 Professional Affairs Committee: The academy's leadership agenda for meeting academic and practice workforce demands through postgraduate professional education.
TLDR
The Commit-tee is encouraged to address related agenda itemsrelevant to its Bylaws charge and to identify issues for consideration by subsequent committees, task forces, commissions, or other groups.
Recent Publications on Medications and Pharmacy
Hospital Pharmacy presents this feature to keep pharmacists abreast of new publications in the medical/pharmacy literature. Articles of interest will be abstracted monthly regarding a broad scope of
Recent Publications on Medications and Pharmacy
Hospital Pharmacy presents this feature to keep pharmacists abreast of new publications in the medical/pharmacy literature. Articles of interest regarding a broad scope of topics are abstracted
Health Care Professions: Career Information on the Internet for Students
  • Rose Guerrieri
  • Medicine, Political Science
    Medical reference services quarterly
  • 2009
The United States is currently experiencing a nursing shortage, and it is expected to worsen in the next ten years. Physician shortages are also projected. Some allied health professions are also
The role of the clinical pharmacist in the care of patients with cardiovascular disease.
Trends in Clinical Pharmacist Integration in Family Medicine Residency Programs in North America
TLDR
The prevalence of clinical pharmacists as clinician educators in FMRPs in North America has grown from 24% to 53% in the United States (U.S.) and from 14% to 47% in Canada over the study period.
Implementation of a nontraditional postgraduate year 1 pharmacy residency program.
TLDR
A nontraditional PGY1 pharmacy residency program was successfully developed and implemented for pharmacists who aspire to complete residency training and improve their clinical, leadership, and preceptorship skills.
...
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 15 REFERENCES
Challenges to the pharmacist profession from escalating pharmaceutical demand.
TLDR
Structural and process barriers, particularly in community and retail pharmacies, must be addressed to improve the medication-use process and merit greater attention from health care leaders and policymakers.
Professionally Determined Need for Pharmacy Services in 2020 1
TLDR
The conference concluded that the supply of pharmacists will fall short of the need by a significant amount by 2020, and the precise size of the shortfall cannot be determined, but it will be large.
Future Clinical Pharmacy Practitioners Should Be Board‐Certified Specialists
TLDR
The justification of the need for board certification as a part of future quality assurance and professional privileging processes, the rationale for the argument that most future clinical faculty and residency preceptors should be board certified, and the identification of obstacles that hinder achieving this vision are discussed.
ASHP long-range vision for the pharmacy work force in hospitals and health systems: ensuring the best use of medicines in hospitals and health systems.
  • Medicine, Political Science
    American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • 2007
The ASHP Vision for the Pharmacy Workforce in Hospitals and Health Systems expresses a vision for building the workforce capacity of pharmacy departments in hospitals and health systems to meet the
How Many Pharmacists Are In Our Future?: The Bureau of Health Professions Projects Supply to 2020
TLDR
A model was constructed using as base counts data from the Pharmacy Manpower Project census of 1989-1991 and advancing the counts annually based on estimates of pharmacists entering and leaving the workforce.
Understanding reimbursement for pharmacy residents.
  • D. E. Miller, T. Woller
  • Medicine, Political Science
    American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • 1998
TLDR
The direct costs of approved medical education activities are not included in hospital-specific, regional, or national payment rates to hospitals under the PPS but continue to be reimbursed on the basis of reasonable costs.
Inequities in health care: a five-country survey.
TLDR
A comparative survey in five nations finds a high level of citizen dissatisfaction with the health care systems in all five countries; low-income U.S. citizens reported more problems getting care than did their counterparts in the other four countries.
American College of Clinical Pharmacy's Vision of the Future: Postgraduate Pharmacy Residency Training as a Prerequisite for Direct Patient Care Practice
TLDR
John E. Murphy, PharmD, FCCP, Jean M. Nappi, Pharm.D, and Paul L. Witkowski, Ph.D.
Report of the ASHP Task Force on Pharmacy's Changing Demographics.
...
...