Educational Programs


Rotation Students

Rotation Students from UF’s PharmD Class of 2013

The Center for Quality Medication Management at UF provides an advanced experiential rotation for fourth-year student pharmacists. The center rotation counts for one APPE rotation:  6 week block for Medication Therapy Management (MTM).  During the 6 week rotation, the students will learn about, and provide, medication therapy management (MTM) and performance measure services (adherence) to various populations including Medicare and Medicaid patients. 


Students who have completed the geriatric rotation with CQM have the opportunity to work with CQM faculty/staff to design and complete an honors project for their upcoming graduation. Please see our Publications/Research page to view these honors projects.

Master’s Degree in Medication Therapy Management Online Program

CQM oversees the University of Florida’s online Master’s in Medication Therapy Management (MTM) program which provides healthcare professionals with practical MTM skills in an entirely online environment. The staff at CQM has brought their real-world experience and know-how to the MS – MTM material and have updated it to contain the most current information available related to MTM. The 33-credit, non-thesis master’s degree can be completed in as little as four semesters. To learn more about this program or to apply, please click on Medication Therapy Management Online Master’s Program.

Residency Program

The Residency Program at the Center for Quality Medication Management offers a unique and exciting opportunity to participate in a highly innovative and rapidly growing field of pharmacy practice. The residency is designed to promote professional growth and enhance patient care in a unique practice setting. Residents will provide patient services to Medicare Part D and Medicaid patients, precept students, conduct research, and work on various faculty and student projects.

Teresa Roane and Vinita Patel

Dr. Teresa Roane with Dr. Vinita Patel

For additional information on the CQM Residency Program please visit the UF College of Pharmacy’s Pharmacotherapy and Translation Research website at