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I have been scheduled for clinical radiology clerkship in Harvard for the month of february.

Would it be wise and useful to do it if I'm aspiring for Internal Medicine?
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I have been scheduled for clinical radiology clerkship in Harvard for the month of february.

Would it be wise and useful to do it if I'm aspiring for Internal Medicine?
Hi, i am also doing my clerkship in pediatric radiology this month at HMS, Boston children hospital. i want to know that during the rotation we rotate through neuro, GI,GU, MSK,Nuclear Medicine. So if i want an LOR, it would be difficult for an attending to provide me LOR because everytime, i find a new attending that i am scheduled with. so, what should i do for getting LOR from the department.
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Hi, i am also doing my clerkship in pediatric radiology this month at HMS, Boston children hospital. i want to know that during the rotation we rotate through neuro, GI,GU, MSK,Nuclear Medicine. So if i want an LOR, it would be difficult for an attending to provide me LOR because everytime, i find a new attending that i am scheduled with. so, what should i do for getting LOR from the department.

hi ruchika
please could you give me some advice on how to apply for clerkship and what are the requirements?
thanks a lot
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