Kelly Brunk, PharmD
PGY1: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Pharmacy School: The University of Kansas
Kansas City, MO
PGY1: Clinical and financial outcomes of an anticoagulant transition of care model
The PGY2 hematology/oncology residency at UNC offers much more than learning how to be a clinical specialist in oncology pharmacy. It develops residents into change-makers, teachers, researchers, critical thinkers, and team players. In the US, UNC is the leader in pharmacy. Its voice reaches beyond our country's border, improving practice models and patient care across the globe. Residents can participate in international rotations as well as numerous community outreach events. Through these efforts and others, UNC promotes leadership, empathy, diversity, and inclusion.
The residency also provides a myriad of diverse rotations that challenge and expand the resident's breadth and depth of knowledge under the guidance of excellent preceptors. In summation, the PGY2 hematology/oncology residency at UNC is a fantastic residency that stimulates holistic growth, both personally and professionally.