Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Last updated: 09/28/2020

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Jose A. Rey, MS, PharmD, BCPP
25 years as an RPD
3200 South University Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328
Primary Practice: Longterm Severe Mental Illness (inpatient)
1 positions reported
Phone: 954-262-1376
Fax: 954-262-2278
Email: joserey@nova.edu
Web: http://pharmacy.nova.edu/residen...

Maximum Number of Positions

  • PGY1: 0
  • PGY2 Psychiatry: 1
  • PGY2 Neurology: 0

Program Details

  • Primary Practice Site: State [institutional] facility
  • PGY2 Required Practice Settings: 80% Inpatient / 20% Outpatient
  • ASHP Accreditation Status: Yes (code: 33042)
  • NMS Participant: Yes (code: 672866)
  • Program Inception: 1995
  • Application Deadline: January 31st
  • Starting Date: July 1st
  • Estimated Stipend: $45,000
  • Financial Support for CPNP Annual Meeting: Full Support
  • Fringe Benefits: 10-paid vacaction days; professional travel funds generous leave to attend meetings
  • Interviews Required: Yes
  • Offers pre-commitment: No

Special Requirements for Application

  • PharmD
  • Completion of PGY1 Residency OR equivalent experience
  • Eligible for state licensure
  • College transcripts
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letters of recommendation (3)

PGY2 Rotations offered

  • Adult inpatient psychiatry
  • Adult outpatient psychiatry
  • Child and adolescent psychiatry
  • Consultation liaison psychiatry
  • Geriatric psychiatry
  • Neurology
  • Substance abuse
  • Other:

PGY2 Features

  • PGY2 Staffing Component: Yes, Optional
  • PGY2 Teaching Component: Yes, Required
  • PGY2 Teaching Certificate Program: Yes, Required
  • PGY2 Other Features: Academically oriented Residency involves teaching PharmD students in both small group and large classroom didactics and also in clinical settings. Significant flexibility to tailor the training to the interests of the resident
  • PGY2 Preceptors: 4 BCPPs, 0 Other Pharmacists, 2 Non-Pharmacists

Program Philosophy

The resident should be self-motivated with flexibility and independent functioning abilities and receptive to psychiatrists and neurologists in training roles, as well as BCPP neuropsychiatric pharmacists.
Teaching a subject is the best way to learn a subject and a desire to teach is important.

Site Special Features

The residency is part of an academic teaching medical center(s); the residency involves practice at the Veterans Administration Hospital and Clinics along with a State Psychiatric Hospital, and an Acute Inpatient Teaching Hospital