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Pediatrics Clerkship: The Best Birth Control

Torey here! Pediatrics has always been high on my list of specialties to go into, and this clerkship was something I've been looking forward to since starting third-year. My two-month clerkship consisted of 4-weeks of outpatient pediatrics, 2-weeks of inpatient pediatrics, 1-week in the neonatal intensive care unit, and 1-week of pediatric specialty (in my… Continue reading Pediatrics Clerkship: The Best Birth Control

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Internal Medicine Clerkship Tips: Insight into Internal

Torey here!! Our internal medicine clerkship was 2-months long and included 1 week of specialty (I did GI), 1 week of nights, 2 weeks out outpatient, and 1 month of inpatient. I am so incredibly happy that I did this clerkship early in my third year because the knowledge gained and skills learned are things… Continue reading Internal Medicine Clerkship Tips: Insight into Internal

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OB-GYN Clerkship Tips: At your cervix

Emile here! With Ob-Gyn all finished up, I wanted to take some time to talk about my experience and share some tips for how to approach Ob-Gyn. Our program's Ob-Gyn clerkship is 6 weeks long with the breakdown of 1 week obstetrics (labor and delivery), 1 week of nights L &D, 1 week of gynecology,… Continue reading OB-GYN Clerkship Tips: At your cervix

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Family Medicine Clerkship Tips: Family First

Emile here! Family Medicine happened to be my first rotation and being first had a lot of pros and cons. Family Medicine at our program is a 6-week clerkship that combines both inpatient (1 week) and outpatient (5 weeks) experiences. Family Medicine physicians treat everyone (children, adults, and the elderly); they can also manage prenatal… Continue reading Family Medicine Clerkship Tips: Family First

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Surgery Clerkship Tips: Making the Cut

Torey here! Overall, my experience in surgery was a very positive one. Our school breaks up our two months on surgery into one month of general surgery, two weeks of a specialty (mine was pediatric surgery), one week of night float, and one week of SICU. During all of these rotations I felt that I… Continue reading Surgery Clerkship Tips: Making the Cut