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Tikopia

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Hey all,

I am volunteering at a mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic where I do patient intake - medical history, conditions, background, occupation, etc. to determine vaccine eligibility and facilitate the whole process. Would this be considered a clinical experience? I have really enjoyed the experience but am curious how it would most aptly be classified on AMCAS. Thanks in advance y'all
 

LizzyM

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It isn't classified by AMCAS, you classify it yourself.

These people are there to receive an injection that is intended to reduce the risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19. You are there to assess their eligiblitiy to receive the product that has emergency use approval from the FDA.

I think that they are patients and you could call this clinical. It should not be your only clinical experience.
 
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