Association Between Applications Scores and Positive Onsite Interviews of Pharmacy Residency Applicants
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy
Application to pharmacy residency programs has become increasingly competitive over the past several years. Although successful candidates must excel in the various stages of the application process, preparing written applications and securing onsite interviews are early and arguably the most difficult steps. Residency programs vary in the criteria used for offering onsite interviews. The majority of insight into this topic comes from surveys of residency program directors, but corresponding analyses of interview offers have been minimal...
This is a post-print version of an article originally published in American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 2014, Volume 71, Issue 24.. The version of record is available through: American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Nisly, Sarah; Howard, Meredith L.; Issacs, Alex N.; and Trujillo, Tate, "Association Between Applications Scores and Positive Onsite Interviews of Pharmacy Residency Applicants" (2014). Scholarship and Professional Work – COPHS. 121.