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- February 4, 2019 at 4:34 pm #44525
I recently encountered my first clinical clerkship as part of an applicant’s CV. Not knowing what it was, I asked the applicant and did online research.
From what I’ve learned, clinical clerkships are unpaid observational rotations that medical school graduates, particularly IMGs, participate in as a way to gain clinical experience in the US and it also appears to be something that is seen as a benefit to have when applying for residency programs.
From a credentialing standpoint, is a clinical clerkship something we should be verifying?
- February 22, 2019 at 5:17 pm #44646
Interesting! I’ve never heard of these before. If it was strictly observational, I would say no.