PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Residents

Haley Fitzpatrick, PharmD, MHSA

PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Resident

Haley Fitzpatrick

Education

PGY1: Sarasota Memorial Hospital
Pharmacy Education: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine – Bradenton
Previous Education: Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) & Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA), Oakland University

Hometown

Detroit, Michigan

Professional Interests

Psychiatry, Academia, Administration

Research

PGY2: Impact of Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotic Administration During Psychiatric Admission versus Deferral to Outpatient Care
PGY1: Implementation and Evaluation of a Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Score (COWS) and Buprenorphine Based Opioid Withdrawal Protocol at an Inpatient Center for Behavioral Health

Involvement

Pharmacy Residency Professionalism Committee Pharmacy Residency Wellness Committee

Outside of Pharmacy

I enjoy watching sunsets, going to the beach, sewing, reading, and spending time with friends and family. A fun fact about myself is that I ran my own LLC where I designed and sewed baby clothes and accessories!

Why MUSC

For me, it was very important to find a residency program that would challenge me to further refine my clinical and leadership skills within a supportive environment. I was gravitated towards how integral MUSC pharmacists were within the interdisciplinary team and the vast individualized experiences this program had to offer. I knew the diverse rotations, preceptorship from highly trained clinical specialists, and advanced teaching opportunities would facilitate my professional development to become the psychiatric clinical specialist I desired.

Email Dr. Fitzpatrick at fitzpath@musc.edu


Brianne Mosley, PharmD

PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Resident

Brianne Mosley

Education

PGY1: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Pharmacy Education: Ohio Northern University
Previous Education: BS Psychology, Ohio Northern University

Hometown

Bremen, Ohio

Professional Interests

Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, Research

Research

PGY2: Role of impaired glucose metabolism in treatment outcomes for patients diagnosed with bipolar disorder
PGY1: Risk of hypoglycemia in adult cardiac surgery patients receiving concomitant epinephrine and insulin infusions

Involvement

Pharmacy Residency Professionalism Committee

Outside of Pharmacy

I enjoy cuddling my cats, reading, watching movies, playing basketball, dinner/cocktails with friends, and playing card and board games. A fun fact about myself is that I can list all of the presidents in order!

Why MUSC

MUSC's PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy residency offers a variety of electives and strong core curriculum. I was drawn to the program’s unique offerings, including the opportunity to practice autonomously in a PharmD Long Acting Injection Clinic. I believe the respect received from healthcare professionals, combined with the supportive atmosphere for personal and professional achievement create an environment in which I can thrive.

Email Dr. Mosley at mosleybe@musc.edu