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shadowing

Cell biology
See Metal shadowing.
 
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Following alongside a senior doctor or health professional involved in providing health and social care on a typical working day to absorb knowledge and learn skills related to problem solving, stress management and task prioritisation.

shadowing

In radiology, loss of the ability to visualize a body structure because of interference by another part.
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Some schools, including Muhlenberg College and Indiana University, offer formal job shadowing programs through their career centers.
Formal job shadowing programs often include the following steps:
A coordinator briefs students on job shadowing essentials and program requirements.
In many programs, students fill out an interest survey specifying the type of shadowing experience they seek.
Programs at certain schools encourage longer shadowing experiences, which last up to 1 or 2 weeks.
Having gone through the shadowing program once, Faust felt confident enough to make her own arrangements for another shadow with an occupational therapist.