Communication and your Clinical Rotation

Communicate with your preceptor Communicate regularly with your preceptor. Let them know what you’re interested in and what you want to learn. Ask them how you can make the most of your experience and what expectations they have for you. This shows you’re taking initiative. You should also ask for feedback on your performance and […]

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New York Medical Rotations

More Doctors from Outside Our Borders

Dr. G Richard Olds’ article in Investor’s Business Daily highlights the need for more international doctors in the United States. Drawing on data from various academic studies, Dr. Olds discusses how foreign medical doctors impact the overall health of the American population for the better. A recent study by Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public […]

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FAQ: Quick Trip Tips

If you’re considering doing a rotation in the United States or you’re already signed up for one, you likely have many questions. For your convenience, I have compiled a list of frequently asked questions regarding pre-departure preparation. What should I bring on my first day? We recommend you bring your white coat, your stethoscope, materials […]

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