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    seandubbers is offline Member 510 points
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    Clinicals at AUA

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    How is the clinical situation at AUA now? any updates?

    I heard theres is huge wait times

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    no updates... it sucks... the school is trying to "think out of the box" and are "working on it"....

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    The website list 21 different affiliated hospitals. How is it that with this many hospitals, there arent rotations?

    MUA has about 15-16 and I've heard theres hardly a wait.

    Whats going on at AUA? is there an explanation to the clinicals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seandubbers View Post
    The website list 21 different affiliated hospitals. How is it that with this many hospitals, there arent rotations?

    MUA has about 15-16 and I've heard theres hardly a wait.

    Whats going on at AUA? is there an explanation to the clinicals?
    This is what bothers me about AUA, the school is great and all but who really wants to wait months to a year for getting placed in clincals.

    Not everyone has a super long wait, but for some, they do.

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    You should try the clinicals thru IAU. No wait period. Offers back to back greenbook cores and electives. Has NY approval. $9K per semester. See IAU for more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr.kidd View Post
    You should try the clinicals thru IAU. No wait period. Offers back to back greenbook cores and electives. Has NY approval. $9K per semester. See IAU for more info.
    advertisement??
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    how come i never seen any IAU 'students' at any of our mutual hospitals?!?!?
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    Sorry guys. Didnt mean to sound like advertisement. I heard from our admin that IAU has more clinical spots available than the number of students that are in clinical rotations right now. I was only suggesting that maybe if there is too much lag at your school, you might want to consider completing rotations faster somewhere else where you can finish it faster. We are all adults here and I am sure we can ourselves make decisions that best suit us. Good luck and I hope this issue is resolved fast at your school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr.kidd View Post
    Sorry guys. Didnt mean to sound like advertisement. I heard from our admin that IAU has more clinical spots available than the number of students that are in clinical rotations right now. I was only suggesting that maybe if there is too much lag at your school, you might want to consider completing rotations faster somewhere else where you can finish it faster. We are all adults here and I am sure we can ourselves make decisions that best suit us. Good luck and I hope this issue is resolved fast at your school.
    transferring between schools is a red flag. i'd advise against it.
    M.D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOCplucinski View Post
    transferring between schools is a red flag. i'd advise against it.
    A red flag for Resident Directors?

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