So far I am 5 months into my rotations and I haven't had a whole lot of inpatient experience. I have had mostly preceptorships and these have mostly involved working in the clinic or shadowing in the hospital (except for 2 weeks inpatient peds and 1 day a week doing neurology consults). I am getting worried that I am not going to get very good at working up patients in the hospital. Worse, my internal medicine clerkship is my very last one in June and I hear its more like a Sub-I. So, I would imagine they will expect me to know my stuff by then since supposedly I would have had a year of experience. I might get some more practice in surgery, EM, and on the psych wards in the next few months, but I am still pretty nervous. I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on ways I can practice working up cases on my own time? I think this might help me feel more comfortable. If anyone is familiar with The peds CLIPP cases, I think something like this would be helpful. Anything interactive that requires me to think on how to work patients up, what tests to order, etc. would be awesome. Anyone find themselves in a similar situation now or in the past and possible remedies??