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An Inside Look at a Psychiatry Clinical Rotation

January 27, 2016
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The third year of medical school is an exciting time for med students. The year is comprised of clinical rotations (also commonly called clerkships) that offer students real world experience. Students are able to take the knowledge that they learned their first two years in the classroom and apply it to real clinical situations. The Saint James School of Medicine has sent thousands of accomplished medical students through to clinical rotations over the last 10+ years, starting with the 16-week Advanced Introduction to Clinical Medicine course. From there, students complete USMLE Step 1 and proceed to core and elective rotations at one of our excellent U.S. affiliated hospitals. Hands-on experience and mentorships are instrumental in this stage of the Saint James education. In the video linked below, you'll see Student Doctor Thompson discuss his psychiatry third year rotation. Throughout the video, he'll list the top five things he liked about the rotation along with his dislikes. To learn more about a med school psychiatry rotation, press play!  
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