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Justice See Kee Oon, Presiding Judge, State Courts of Singapore, said, The Clerkship Programme provides top law students with the opportunity to acquire experiential knowledge of judicial work.
Assessment done at the end of six clerkships was included in the study (medicine, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry and family medicine).
Mai Mahmoud, assistant professor of medicine and director of the Introductory Clerkship Course, added: "The Cornell Stars program is incredibly important to the development and education of our students as fully-rounded doctors I would like to thank all of the parents and children who took part for their valuable support, as well as our colleagues for sharing their time and experience: Dr.
The paper survey was distributed to three key cohort groups in the Tulane School of Medicine: first-year medical students (T1s) at the beginning of their first year of medical school, third-year medical students entering clinical clerkships (T3s), and incoming first-year residents (medical graduates who have just started postgraduate training).
Themed "Workshop for Clinical Clerkship Directors", the forum was organised in collaboration with Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC).
Assessment of effective clinical pharmacy clerkship as an emerging programme on drug related problems in pediatric ward-A single.
During the past few decades, a lot of efforts have been made to incorporate learner's log to clerkship years in undergraduate medical students6-12 but the efficacy of logbooks in the students of pre- clerkship years is yet to be established.
In fact, I spent my 2L summer clerkship in Tokyo working for IBM.
This paper reviews the features and information about May's clerkship (indentureship) articles, including aspects of what is now called professional responsibility.
An applicant must submit--by paper and not by electronic transmission--a cover letter and a current resume with both a day and an evening telephone number, a salary history, a transcript, and a writing sample to Federal Clerkship, Attn.
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.
I initially detail the clerk hiring process' relatively checkered history, ascertaining previous endeavors to improve the clerkship scheme lacked efficacy, although the practices formulated in 2003 were successful.
Medical student exposure and experience in urology differs between institutions, which is likely a function of the varied structure of clerkship and pre-clerkship curricula.
The board members also asked coordinating board staff to conduct a study of the state's clerkship capacity and the extent to which it could accommodate students from foreign institutions.
In this article, we report our initial experience with incorporating pathology teaching into a third-year longitudinal clerkship.