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    I wanted to know what is the best way to study during clinical rotations. I completed a rotation recently and found it very difficult to do hospital work for 10 hours and then come home and read the textbook.
    I am starting Internal Medicine soon and wanted to know how people complement studying with clinical work. What is the best way to optimize my learning. Please all and any advice would be appreciated.

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    I thought First Aid was pretty good for Internal but if you want to be die hard I thought that Step up for internal medicine might have been a better choice.
    In general- make sure you ask yourself if you understand exactly what is going on with your patients. Have a small pocket book to go with you for reference. Ask questions when you don't know, medicine is hard just try to have an intelligent approach and you'll be fine.

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