Dear Stephen, As per me there will be an interview with the Respective University and Hospital higher officials for selecting resident candidates . Candidates who have previous experience in hospital services will be getting more chances. If you are planning for aboard university means better you can check their official websites . ACPE accrediation or certified universities will have better standards in training the students.StephanyStephen wrote: ↑08 Jun 2017, 21:37Can you just provide more details about the exact procedures and exams to be cleared for doing a residency after pharmd... How to select a university and which all accreditation to be looked into...swathi wrote: ↑02 Jun 2017, 17:30Higher studies after Pharm D depends on the individual interest. Research oriented candidates can go for PhD which will be taking 3-4yrs depending on part-time or full time. Clinical - Pharmacy Practice interested candidates can opt for residency programme (2 years ) on particular specialisation ( cardiology , nephrology or oncology etc).- PharmD + PhD or PharmD + Residency is based on your interest and both are different.
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