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clerkship

(klĕrk′ship″)
A clinical experience in the education of a student of the health professions in which he or she is introduced to the practical care of patients with particular illnesses or characteristics.
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Having, as it were, taken formal possession of his clerkship in virtue of these proceedings, he opened the window and leaned negligently out of it until a beer-boy happened to pass, whom he commanded to set down his tray and to serve him with a pint of mild porter, which he drank upon the spot and promptly paid for, with the view of breaking ground for a system of future credit and opening a correspondence tending thereto, without loss of time.
My father had got one of those legislative clerkships which used to fall sometimes to deserving country editors when their party was in power, and we together imagined and carried out a scheme for corresponding with some city newspapers.
The agreement also covers joint governance between both institutions including joint committees for decision-making processes on specific topics and the appointment of research and clerkship coordinators to facilitate processes that maximize joint research and improve clinical training.
Dubinsky joined Boies, Schiller and Flexner in December of 2014, following a clerkship with Justice Anthony M.
An applicant must submit--by paper and not by electronic transmission--a cover letter and a current resume with both a day and an evening telephone number, a salary history, a transcript, and a writing sample to Federal Clerkship, Attn.
NEW YORK -- A former money manager facing trial on insider trading charges was expelled from Harvard Law School more than a decade ago after he used a forged transcript he claimed he created to impress his parents to apply for a clerkship with as many as 23 federal appeals judges, according to documents unsealed Thursday.
I initially detail the clerk hiring process' relatively checkered history, ascertaining previous endeavors to improve the clerkship scheme lacked efficacy, although the practices formulated in 2003 were successful.
Medical student exposure and experience in urology differs between institutions, which is likely a function of the varied structure of clerkship and pre-clerkship curricula.
The board members also asked coordinating board staff to conduct a study of the state's clerkship capacity and the extent to which it could accommodate students from foreign institutions.
In this article, we report our initial experience with incorporating pathology teaching into a third-year longitudinal clerkship.
One student said that Daniel "sets a high standard for clerkship directors," while another student added that he was "very accessible find took a lot of time to teach.
A member of Howard's class of 2011, she has a judicial clerkship with a federal district court judge, James Spencer, in Richmond.