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No. Each clerkship has its own format for learning and utilization of the SP program.
All encounters will offer feedback in some form. It may be from the SP, the faculty, or some other evaluator. Feedback can be written and/or verbal as well as individually or in group sessions.
The encounters are usually observed by at least one member of the teaching faculty.
You should wear your white coat and dress professionally for SP encounters; professional demeanor is part of assessment in the encounters. You should also bring your stethoscope to the encounters.
No, you may not. All cell phones should be turned off prior to SP sessions. You should not need supplemental materials for encounters unless specifically instructed to use them as part of the exercise.
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If you have scheduling issues you should contact the clerkship coordinator. However, recognize that schedules can only be changed in emergencies; scheduling is tightly enforced.
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