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clerk

 [klerk]
an employee who keeps records and does other general office work.
unit clerk (ward clerk) a worker on a nursing unit who schedules patients for prescribed studies, prepares charts for patients, answers the phone on the unit, and handles other general clerical tasks. In some provinces of Canada, ward clerks of certain types of facilities are also trained to transcribe orders. Called also unit secretary.

clerk

verb To take a full history, perform a physical examination, record one’s findings in the patient’s notes, and write a problem list and care plan.
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News' Law School Rankings, had 69.3 percent of its graduates go to firms with over 100 employees, and ranked 11th nationally in the percentage of grads with federal judicial clerkships.
Respondent 3 remarked: "I used to open my first year books for anatomy and skimmed through the topic while being in surgical clerkship which refreshed my basic knowledge." Respondent 8 said: "Anatomy should be taught till final year with its relevance to the clinical clerkships for adequate knowledge retention of anatomy in clinical years."
Table-I: Distribution of clinical students by clinical teaching sites, clinical year and clinical clerkships.
Conclusion: MNCH clerkship is a rotation, in a low/middle income country, in early years of inception.
(7) As these clerks completed their clerkships, they created a large pool of potential attorneys.
T3 students were surveyed during their clinical clerkship orientation on May 6, 2015.
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Only a few of Nancy Laben's Columbia law school class took non-law firm jobs or clerkships straight out of law school.
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.
Many eschewing the plan seem to be concentrated in areas whose clerkships are deemed prestigious and competitive, encompassing Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., or in venues considered rather desirable places to reside, notably Austin, Eugene, and San Diego.
The school leaders argued that allowing students from foreign schools into Texas clerkships would "displace Texas medical students in already limited clinical training settings at hospitals in our state."
Despite a published medical school clinical pathology curriculum, there is limited evidence for programmatic attempts to incorporate pathology teaching into the third- and fourth-year clinical clerkships and even less evidence for determining the educational success of these programs.