Postgraduate Training Programs
Expand your patient care skills.
Gain the experience and confidence you need to provide exceptional patient care in a variety of settings through local and nationwide clinical sites.
Postgraduate pharmacy training programs with yearly residency and fellowship positions are available at the Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice at Creighton University and the Bergan Mercy and University Campuses of CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center.
Creighton also offers an accredited community pharmacy residency program affiliated with our outpatient pharmacy.
Community Practice Residency
A partnership between Creighton University and the Creighton University Campus Pharmacy enhances residents’ educational experience in a variety of settings that focus on patient care and practice management.
CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center – Bergan Mercy Residency
Creighton University has a teaching and research affiliation with Bergan Mercy, a level I trauma, academic medical center. Residents gain a variety of clinical experience and develop a practitioner’s expertise in the provision of pharmaceutical care.
CHI Health Immanuel Medical Center Residency
Immanuel Medical Center, a full-service hospital, provides residents organized and directed pharmacy training in a community hospital setting to develop professional expertise as a practitioner.
Drug Information Research Fellowship
The Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice at Creighton University offers a dynamic two-year research fellowship program in three core experiences: research, drug information clinical practice, and teaching.
Natural Medicines Research Fellowship
Creighton's Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice offers a two-year program for fellows to gain experience in the area of research synthesis including systematic review and meta-analysis. Additional opportunities are available in the areas of survey design, educational research, medication policy, grant writing, and others.