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Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by white daisy, Sep 19, 2002.
Moonlighting is working in the hospital, outside of your normal residency hours, for additional pay. Working in the ED is an example.
Normally, one is required to have a medical license for the state they are in and may be required to provide their own malpractice insurance.
Some programs allow this, but many do not.
Moonlighting (less frequently) means a medical student who moonlights in a lab when their primary focus at that moment is supposed to be academics and not research. Often said of MD/PhD students.