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    which countries in the world do you have rotations.

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    S.kitts, USA, Canada, UK

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    Just for further clarification the highest percentage of available rotations is in the US/St. Kitts. Canada will only accept 4th year medical students for a limited number of weeks, but the upside is that we have a couple hospital affiliations there for electives. The UK is fine for rotations but we only have one real affiliate rotation over there, from what people trying to set up rotations there have told me you have to basically set up your own rotations there.

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    Anyone know which US cities are Windsor students able to do their rotations at? I know there's Chicago, Virginia, Atlanta (?). Not sure of the rest. I tried doing some research, but a lot of the posts are from a couple years ago. Anyone know the current list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prophet_x View Post
    Anyone know which US cities are Windsor students able to do their rotations at? I know there's Chicago, Virginia, Atlanta (?). Not sure of the rest. I tried doing some research, but a lot of the posts are from a couple years ago. Anyone know the current list?
    also LA, TN, electives lot more states.

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    I have question about st kitts clinicals.is 4990 clinical fees tuition the cost of clinicals in saint kitts. is there other expenses such as hospital fee insurance etc. what is schedule for doing clinicals is it 5 days a week from 9AM to 5PM.can someone get enough time to prepare for step 1and 2 in saint kitts.Iam asking these questions because I donot have visa problems but financial problem and would like a cheaper place than USA or canada clinicals plus I need less distractions to finish the clinicals and the step1 and step2 exams.Thanks

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    If you want to practice in the US or Canada then DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT complete your rotations on the island. You have been forewarned

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    Quote Originally Posted by houmd View Post
    If you want to practice in the US or Canada then DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT complete your rotations on the island. You have been forewarned
    Doing 1 or 2 rotations is Ok, but doing everything is not ok, You need at least 6 month USCE

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    Thanks for your concern guys but I know many residents who completed their education outside the country and are doing residency in the united states.No one asked them to do 6 months USCE. They started the first year of residency after passing the required licensure exams.My concern is financial issues I think it will cost me half of the expenses if I do the clinicals in saint kitts. Although the cons will be living in a third world country. I would prefer if someone knows people who did clinicals in saint kitts and what is their experience there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #20 View Post
    Thanks for your concern guys but I know many residents who completed their education outside the country and are doing residency in the united states.No one asked them to do 6 months USCE. They started the first year of residency after passing the required licensure exams.My concern is financial issues I think it will cost me half of the expenses if I do the clinicals in saint kitts. Although the cons will be living in a third world country. I would prefer if someone knows people who did clinicals in saint kitts and what is their experience there.
    Here's one FP program that requires an entire year of USCE. Trust me there are MANY just like this one, all you have to do is spend 10 seconds on google and you will see what I mean. The people without USCE are at a huge disadvantage to those who have it.

    San Jacinto Methodist Hospital
    If international graduate, have at least 1 year of U.S. clinical experience

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