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acting internship

A clinical rotation undertaken in a specific area of medicine—e.g., cardiology, infectious disease, emergency medicine—by a 4th-year medical student, which often indicates the student’s specialty interest.

externship

Acting internship, see there.

extern

(eks'tern?) [L. externus, outside]
A nonresident physician or medical student who assists in the medical and surgical care of patients. externship
See: intern
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In 2019, however, the Educator Externship will expand into the Northwest Regional Education Service District covering Clatsop, Columbia, Tillamook and western Washington counties.
An Ohio State Bar Association task force on legal education reform called for the adoption of a rule requiring that a student--prior to taking the bar exam--complete a law clinic or externship in law school or a practice experience through a bar association program that involves law school faculty and the practicing bar.
"It has been a remarkable experience to be part of the Northrop Grumman-UMBC Global Externship Program," said Al Marzouqi.
The Northrop Grumman-UMBC Externship is an eight-week summer research program for non-US citizens studying in America at an accredited university.
Since most of my medical assisting work experience has been in career education, at the convention, I attended the education session on securing medical assistant practicum sites (externship).
In addition to his other duties, Hairston teaches a judicial externship seminar at the Mississippi College School of Law, a class covering the philosophy of judging and research and writing.
There is an externship that prepares and connects students to the workplace.
Most recently, this summer, I spent two weeks in Ethiopia evaluating the Ethiopian law externship program.
Valencia was studying dental assisting and was a few weeks from starting her externship and graduating from the Dental Assistant Program at Vatterott College, which is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation.
The findings suggest that the summer geriatric externship program is effective in developing interest in a geriatric nursing career and providing exposure to nursing research and other aspects of the faculty role.
There are several summer externship programs for teachers, such as the two-week program offered by the Houston A+ Challenge.