CSU/Walmart Residency

Walmart pharmacy residents help people live better today through quality and convenient care, while helping to improve the industry for tomorrow’s needs. With the resources and strength of the world’s largest retailer, you’ll be able to make a big impact—on the world and the communities you serve.

PGY-1 Accredited Community-Based Pharmacy Residency

CSU Walmart Residency Graduates

CSU residency graduates


Chicago State University College of Pharmacy and Walmart Pharmacy offer a 12-month PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program. This one-year post-doctoral program is ideal for anyone seeking advanced training in community pharmacy, academia, and ambulatory care. One position is available, offering unique experiences and a variety of activities that will help develop leadership, clinical and teaching skills.

Walmart has been a pharmacy leader expanding access to care and improving clinical outcomes since 1978. The residency serves to enhance your professional training though development and implementation of programs that seek to improve clinical outcomes and patient safety.

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The program offers unique experiences in an advanced community pharmacy environment. Residents will receive training in the provision of various preventative services and disease state management programs including:

  • Diabetes
  • Immunizations
  • Point-of-Care Testing
  • Travel Health Services
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Medication Adherence

The goal of the PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program is to educate and train pharmacists capable of developing, implementing and providing patient-centered pharmacy care services in the community setting. The resident will also attain additional knowledge and skills in conducting practice-based research, performing academic activities and providing ambulatory care services.

Approximately 60% of the resident’s time is focused on providing direct patient care in Walmart pharmacies. This will allow the resident to develop and implement patient-centered pharmacy care services in the community pharmacy setting.

Approximately 30% of the resident’s time will be allocated towards developing his/her clinical skills in the ambulatory care setting, and participating in a teaching certificate program.

The remaining 10% of the residency training is concentrated in the areas of:

  • Research project development
  • Administration and management
  • Leadership development
  • Special interest
2022 – 2023

Cydnee Harris, PharmD

College of Pharmacy: University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy

Cydnee Harris

2021 – 2022

  • Traci D. Williams, PharmD
  • Post Residency Status: Academic Fellow, Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy

2019 – 2020

  • Olusegun Adeshola, PharmD
  • Post Residency Status: Ambulatory Care Pharmacist, JPS Health Network
2017 – 2018
  • Jewel Younge, PharmD, BCPS
  • Post Residency Status: Clinical Pharmacist, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy/University of Illinois (UI) Health System
2016 - 2017
  • Daniel McLawhorn, PharmD
  • Post-Residency Status: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Walmart

Trishia E. Shaw, PharmD, BCPS

Residency Program Director

CSU/Walmart Community Pharmacy Residency Program

Clinical Assistant Professor

Douglas Hall 3099

Office: 773.821.2166

Fax: 773.821.2595

Email: tshaw21@csu.edu


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