Johlee S. Odinet, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Practice
Pharmacy School: Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy
Undergraduate: Louisiana State University
New Orleans, LA
Evaluation of P2Y12 receptor antagonist usage and the clinical impact of therapeutic adjustments at a tertiary medical center
Residency training is indispensable for future pharmacists and aspiring clinicians, and the University of North Carolina excels at offering a breadth of experiences to guide residents in their development as pharmacy leaders and educators. I was most excited to engage students from the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy through both didactic teaching and clinical layered-learning opportunities. I was also drawn to unique elements of this program such as the leadership training series, structured feedback model and built-in project days at the end of each rotation. The culture of learning and encouragement that UNC has fostered for its residents over the years is truly unmatched.