The 2020 NJSHP Collaborative Virtual Residency Showcase for Fairleigh Dickinson University and Rutgers University
"Zoom into Your Future" with us on October 30th, 2020. To view more information about the showcase click here.
Thank you for your participation in the 1st NJSHP Virtual Residency Showcase in collaboration with The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey and Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.
Each program was individually assigned a zoom link so that they can customize their session. I enabled various features to be used for the day of the event. Prior to the session we ask that you or a designee sign on 1 hour prior to the event so that we can transfer host privileges. Upon receiving host status, you will be able to enable the waiting room feature (allows as many students into the main session as you want) as well as create breakout rooms. With the breakout room feature you can have preceptors or residents from your program assigned to those rooms for students who may have additional questions or as an overflow room. In the main meeting room, information about your program can be projected (slides or brochure).
Students from both pharmacy schools have already been emailed earlier this week the list of programs participating in the showcase with their zoom links. This allows the students enough time to research each program of interest.
Since the zoom meeting links were set up via Zoom / Rutgers our IT works with Zoom to ensure it is constantly up to date (see links below for more details).
Attached please find a list of students that have registered for the event.
We also have several PGY2 programs participating in the event. If you have current PGY1 residents that would like to visit a program of interest, please encourage them to participate in the showcase (see attached list of programs).
Additional Zoom Resources:
Please share this information with your program participants / residents and if you have any additional questions let us know.
Ashmi Philips, PharmD, AAHIVP
Director, Council of Professional Affairs
New Jersey Society of Health-System Pharmacists