Clerkships

Advice From a Fourth-Year: How to Write and Publish Clinical Research

From working hard on the USMLE® Step 1 exam to holding leadership positions in a specialty’s ...

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On the Wards: How to Use AMBOSS for Clerkships

Clerkships are the time when everything starts to come together. The relevance of all the lectures ...

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The Essential White Coat Items for Clinical Rotations

The transition from classroom (well, virtual nowadays) learning to clinical rotations is one of the ...

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On the Wards: The Unwritten Rules of Clerkship Etiquette

You’re kicking off your clerkships this year, and there’s plenty to finally sink your teeth into as ...

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On the Wards: What to Know About Getting “Pimped” in Medical School

Starting your clinical rotations is an exciting, if not slightly nerve-wracking, experience. After ...

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Preparing for the Clinic from Home

Simply put, clerkships are exciting. After years of arduous coursework, you get to apply your ...

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The Ins and Outs of the EM Rotation

Last updated: Nov 5, 2020 For students hoping to go into Emergency Medicine, doing a sub-internship ...

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How to Succeed in Your Clerkships with a Chronic Disease

No one expects becoming a doctor to be easy, but no one expects to be a patient with a chronic ...

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How to Order Your Clerkships

M3 is the year you’ve been waiting for. It’s finally your chance to be in the clinic, put your ...

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How to Survive the Wards

Last updated: Sep 30, 2020 Student schedules tend to go into a tailspin by M3; there’s little time ...

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Dear Medical Student: Letter to a Third Year

It can be nerve-wracking on the wards, especially when you’re just starting rotations. But, despite ...

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