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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.
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shadowing

In radiology, loss of the ability to visualize a body structure because of interference by another part.
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Many school districts first launched job shadowing programs and other work-based learning activities with the help of federal grants through the School-to-Work Opportunities Act.
"With the use of federal funds, you hope that communities throughout the nation have been able to see the value of these kinds of activities--job shadowing, internships--and will work to continue them.
Van der Spuy says work-based learning activities, such as job shadowing, can also help a business look toward the future and consider the new skills it will need from its employees.
For more information on job shadowing and other school-to-work activities, contact any of the organizations listed here,
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.