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please let me know ,where to include externship and observership in private clinic in eras application.. i have done 3 mths externship in private clinic,,should i include it in work experience or volunteer experience. where should i include observership too ?
What should i write in position tab,description tab and reason for leaving tab for externship and observership in my cv ? Please help me .,iam confused
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I include it in my work experience under experience tab
in the description write what you were doing there
your position is observer/externs
you can leave the reason blank
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please let me know ,where to include externship and observership in private clinic in eras application.. i have done 3 mths externship in private clinic,,should i include it in work experience or volunteer experience. where should i include observership too ?
What should i write in position tab,description tab and reason for leaving tab for externship and observership in my cv ? Please help me .,iam confused

From what I've read if these were done while you were in medical school like electives then you definitely should not add them, but if it's an externship you paid for it's up to you to add it as a work experience.
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