Making the pharmacy residency choice

Date:  July 12, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm ET
Location: Webinar


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(using your CSHP.ca member or guest account)

Live online event! Free and open to all. 

  • Event date: Tuesday July 12, 2022 at 19:00 EST
  • Registration closes: July 11, 2022  

Event overview

Interested in applying for a pharmacy residency? Join us for a free webinar highlighting your residency options, types of in-residency learning activities, and considerations when planning your application.

  • Explain the differences between the three types of pharmacy residency programs available to prospective pharmacy residency candidates in Canada. 

  • Differentiate between Year 1 versus Advanced Year 2 pharmacy residency programs, to facilitate career planning.
  • Recognize and assess the value of completing a pharmacy residency program. 
  • Identify the different types of learning activities a pharmacy resident may experience during one's residency year. 


Emily Cowley
  • Emily is currently working as a pharmacist at the University of Alberta Hospital in the cardiac surgery ICU. She is originally from Ontario and graduated from the entry-to-practice PharmD program at the University of Waterloo in 2018. She completed a general residency at London Health Sciences Centre and then went on to complete the Year 2 residency specialized in cardiology in Edmonton.


Jordan Kelly
  • Jordan is a pharmacist with Alberta Health Services in Calgary, where he works in the clinical practice area of Internal Medicine. He graduated from the PharmD program at the University of Alberta and later completed his year 1 residency in Calgary Alberta. He has also been involved with CSHP in varying capacities at both the provincial and national level.

Joey Champigny (Ambulatory Residency)
  • Joey Champigny is a clinical pharmacist at the Upper Grand Family Health Team. He graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy in 2020 and went on to complete a residency in primary care at the University of Waterloo/Centre for Family Medicine Family Health Team. In addition to his role in primary care, he also works as a consultant at the University Gates Long Term Care Home and a Teaching Assistant at the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy. He currently serves as one of two CSHP primary care co-chairs.  


Register here
(using your CSHP.ca member or guest account)