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Hello, I know there are many threads about this subject but a read a lot and couldn't find an answer, I hope someone can help me.

I am IMG graduated in 2013, I did an observership in USA during medical school.

For the last year I have been attending a OB/GYN specialty clinic , hand- on supervised clinical experience . How can I phrase that in my CV, how i can phrase it the best way as USCE ? As far as I know because it is not in a hospital base i can't put it as clerkship, is that right?

Please help me..
 

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Hello, I know there are many threads about this subject but a read a lot and couldn't find an answer, I hope someone can help me.

I am IMG graduated in 2013, I did an observership in USA during medical school.

For the last year I have been attending a OB/GYN specialty clinic , hand- on supervised clinical experience . How can I phrase that in my CV, how i can phrase it the best way as USCE ? As far as I know because it is not in a hospital base i can't put it as clerkship, is that right?

Please help me..

My understanding is that a clerkship is any inpatient (hospital) or outpatient (clinic) rotation that you do as a student. I think your experience would NOT count because you've graduated. Not sure how this should be listed.
 
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