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What is Temple's WESTERN PA CLINICAL CAMPUS, what kind of program is it? I tried looking on the website but I can't find it.


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Originally posted by ussdfiant
Temple's Clinical Affiliations. Second paragraph, how much searching did you do?
Temple is pretty impressive. Here's my question. It sounds like the students doing that don't have to travel to Philadelphia for meetings or for whatever.

"serve as clinical campuses where students may complete the entire third and fourth years of the curriculum. These affiliates have on-site a TUSM Associate Dean who is responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the Medical School?s programs at that site. All other affiliated institutions have students assigned to them on a rotating basis and relate directly to the School?s administration rather than through an on-site Temple dean. "

Is that true? That would be a pain to live in western PA and then have to drive six hours to go to a meeting or class or test site at the beginning or end of every rotation.
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