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Caecilius11

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Hi all!

I am conducting an audit for a uro-oncologist and was wondering if that would be counted as clinical experience? I'm not directly seeing patients but I am handling patient data. I am also making a clinical case study abstract from one of the cases to submit as a poster (first author) as well as a paper (contributing author). Thanks!
 
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LizzyM

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Are you close enough to smell patients? No you are not. Ergo, it is not a clinical experience. You might tag this as research or paid employment (if you are paid). If you are selected to present a poster or publish a paper, then you can have entries for poster presentation and publication.
 
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