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The application asks for "Patient Care Clinical Experience" what does that refer to? Is it the internship duties that we do in the last year of our MBBS in India or the clinical postings during various professional years?
Also eligibility criteria says:
The student should have Completed approx 52 weeks of patient care experiences prior to start of clerkship as follows:
Mandatory 6-8 wks each in med, ped, ob/gyn and Surgery and 20 wks electives.

Can anyone help me out here. I'm an IMS from India.
Thanks for your help in advance.
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The application asks for "Patient Care Clinical Experience" what does that refer to? Is it the internship duties that we do in the last year of our MBBS in India or the clinical postings during various professional years?
Also eligibility criteria says:
The student should have Completed approx 52 weeks of patient care experiences prior to start of clerkship as follows:
Mandatory 6-8 wks each in med, ped, ob/gyn and Surgery and 20 wks electives.

Can anyone help me out here. I'm an IMS from India.
Thanks for your help in advance.
It refers to clinical postings. My college issues a clinical clerkship certificate listing weeks spent in each department (like several other colleges). Ask ur college for one as it would be useful during filling up eras profile as well.
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It refers to clinical postings. My college issues a clinical clerkship certificate listing weeks spent in each department (like several other colleges). Ask ur college for one as it would be useful during filling up eras profile as well.
Thanks for the reply, I believe you are referring to the school transcript
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Thanks for the reply, I believe you are referring to the school transcript
I guess some colleges write about the clinical postings in the transcript while others do not (my transcript only has the subjects and marks during MBBS). If your transcript has information about postings as well, that's great.
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I guess some colleges write about the clinical postings in the transcript while others do not (my transcript only has the subjects and marks during MBBS). If your transcript has information about postings as well, that's great.
Yeah the schools in this region give a transcript with scores + postings
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