Personally, I consider it clinical. I view it as that you're around actual patients, not clients or research subject.is volunteering as a counselor at a pediatric medical camp considered clinical or non clinical volunteering? It’s called Camp Boggy Creek.
That's a good way of thinking about it! When OP works with them, they're not patients, they're kids at a summer camp. If OP was working directly with the doctors/nurses on-site, that would be clinical. That doesn't mean it's a bad experience; it sounds pretty meaningful.To clarify why I said non-clinical. These are not patients. This is not a medical facility. People with diseases aren't patients all of the time. If you're part of medical care that is given to them at this camp, then that's a different story.
Or providing PT/OT assistance, dealing with feeding tubes, checking blood sugars, giving nebulizer treatments, ostomy or catheter care, dressing changes, passing out medication, etc.If OP was working directly with the doctors/nurses on-site, that would be clinical.
If it happened in high school, it stays in high school.