ID Resident

Program Goals for ID resident:

  1. Participate in infectious diseases patient management teams including an antimicrobial stewardship and support team, infectious disease consult service and HIV management team.
  2. Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of antimicrobial mechanism of actions, adverse events, spectrum of activity and resistance mechanisms.
  3. Apply pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic antimicrobial principles to determine treatment decisions.
  4. Design evidence-based treatment recommendations for patients with complex infectious diseases.
  5. Communicate evidence-based antimicrobial treatment and monitoring recommendations to an interdisciplinary team.
  6. Counsel patients on antimicrobial therapies in an inpatient setting, outpatient clinic and at the point of discharge.
  7. Facilitate transitions of care to ensure appropriate antimicrobial management is maintained in outpatient setting.
  8. Acknowledge differences in antimicrobial principles among special patient populations including, but not limited to, pediatrics, geriatrics, obesity, and renal or hepatic failure
  9. Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate with various audiences including, but not limited to pharmacy personnel (pharmacists and technicians), physicians, nurses, administration, and students.
  10. Design and complete a longitudinal research project focused on antimicrobial therapeutics, epidemiology or public health.
  11. Interpret common microbiology practices and apply them to make patient-specific treatment decisions.
  12. Complete a microbiology quality initiative to demonstrate outcomes of an antimicrobial stewardship and support team.
  13. Participate in local, regional and national pharmacy and/or infectious diseases organizations.

Educational Outcomes, Goals, & 
Objectives for ID Postgraduate Year Two

Educational Outcomes, Goals, and Objectives for ID Postgraduate Year Two