Easy Sub-internships at OUCOM/Doctors Hospital in Columbus?

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I need an easy Sub-Internship (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, ENT, Pediatrics, or Emergency Medicine) at OUCOM/Doctors Hospital from Sept 15-Oct 10 2014. I'm looking for easy hours so I can get time off to visit nearby audition sites. Which of the 4 Sub-I above should I apply for? My school approved all disciplines above as Sub-Internship. Thank you!
 

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What is a sub internship and an internship? Are these not residencies?
 

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I need an easy Sub-Internship (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, ENT, Pediatrics, or Emergency Medicine) at OUCOM/Doctors Hospital from Sept 15-Oct 10 2014. I'm looking for easy hours so I can get time off to visit nearby audition sites. Which of the 4 Sub-I above should I apply for? My school approved all disciplines above as Sub-Internship. Thank you!
You may want to post this on the med student section, as you won't get any meaningful responses here.
 
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What is a sub internship and an internship? Are these not residencies?
A sub-internship is typically a rotation in 4th year of med school. An internship is the 1st year of residency (aka PGY-1, post graduate year 1). A sub-I, usually lasting a month or so, gives a med student a chance to "act" as an intern.
 

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A sub-internship is typically a rotation in 4th year of med school. An internship is the 1st year of residency (aka PGY-1, post graduate year 1). A sub-I, usually lasting a month or so, gives a med student a chance to "act" as an intern.
I always thought a sub-i was a rotation in a subspecialty of medicine i.e infectious diseases. So, when people get into a sub-i is it understood that they will bear more responsibility and the such?
 

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