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Difference between Clinical Rotations and Preceptorship?

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My program has a four month family practice preceptorship then one month rotations in emergency med, inpatient med, behavioral health, underserved, general surgery and an elective. Half the class kicks off with doing their preceptorship in September, the other half does their preceptorship the last four months of the clinical year.


Seeing how primary care/family practice is sort of the meat/potatoes of my program, they feel it's important to have a long term preceptor for continuity of the family practice portion. This allows you the best chance of letting it all sink in.

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