Clinical Pharmacy Fellowship
The Clinical Pharmacy Fellowship is an innovative program which aims to develop consolidation level practitioners in a chosen clinical specialty.
Applications are currently closed.
About the Clinical Pharmacy Fellowship
Clinical fellows are supported with a mentor, regular feedback and cohort of ambitious fellows. Appointment is subject to acceptance in the Master of Clinical Pharmacy (research stream) at Monash University. On successful completion of the fellowship, you will receive a part-scholarship of $10,000.
Fellows are enthusiastic and motivated pharmacists with approximately 3-5 years clinical pharmacy experience, who work collaboratively with the multidisciplinary team to achieve the best medication management outcomes for individual patients.
Working closely with their mentor in their specialty, they undertake a Masters of Clinical Pharmacy, a research project and gain specialist knowledge. They also contribute to improving medication management on a larger scale through contributing to practice based research projects and service and practice improvement work.
As Alfred Health is an academic health centre, fellows also supervise and mentor local and international students as well as intern pharmacists.
The fellowship is a two-year program, with year one of the fellowship involving a six month rotation in the chosen specialty and six months in a general specialty, to further develop clinical skills. Year two of the fellowship is spent entirely in the chosen specialty.
Each year up to four ellowships are offered, with the program usually commencing in March. Fellows are recruited towards the end of the calendar year. Candidates are appointed as Grade two clinical pharmacists for the duration of their fellowship
Our Clinical Pharmacy Fellowships are offered in multiple specialties. We currently have clinical fellows in:
- Infectious Diseases
- Perioperative Medicine
- Respiratory Medicine
- Emergency Medicine
Who should apply
The Alfred Fellowship is ideal for clinical pharmacists who wish to:
- Advance their practice from the Transition to the Consolidation level of the National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia 2016, in a defined clinical setting
- Further develop clinical skills and knowledge in a specialty area with an excellent grounding in acute adult medicine
- Complete a Master of Clinical Pharmacy in a supportive clinical practice environment with dedicated study time and scholarship funding
- Be awarded a Clinical Pharmacy Fellowship from an internationally renowned centre of clinical excellence