clinical rotation

clinical rotation

Medical education A period in which a medical student in the clinical part of his/her education passes through various 'working' services3 in 1-4 month blocks
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Ricky Lewis, a senior at Anna Maria, was at the school last month for several days of his pediatric clinical rotation.
OVERALL QUALITY OF THE CLINICAL ROTATION Students rated the overall quality of their clinical experience using a six-point scale (6 = excellent, 1 = very poor).
I also supervise senior dental hygiene students in a clinical rotation," she said.
Summary: Emirati nurses vying for management positions should undergo clinical rotation, an expert says.
He completed a clinical rotation at the renowned UPMC Center for Sports Medicine.
As part of the clinical rotation, the interns also work together to conduct a daylong workshop, dubbed the Culinary Lab, for University of Rochester medical students to teach them the basics of dietetics and demonstrate to them the role of registered dietitians to the team charged with treating a patient.
There are so many options for improvements in the PLP routine that would squeeze more learning into the day for students during their clinical rotation This is where my journey began and my students have followed quite willingly (as if they had no option).
These individuals remain full-time students longer than otherwise necessary, accumulating more student loan debt, while they await placement for their required clinical rotation.
There are few things that make me cringe, but I am always fortunate enough to be assigned to the patient with that very characteristic in every clinical rotation.
One such concern is the bottleneck keeping nursing programs from adding more students because of the current, and inadequate, process in coordinating and scheduling clinical rotation spaces.
I had a class in molecular diagnostics/ genetics and a required short clinical rotation in a molecular diagnostics lab.

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