Oklahoma students learn to provide rural healthcare
Muskogee Phoenix, July 2, 2008
Oklahoma State University is using "job shadowing" among its students to help ensure today's medical students are quality healthcare providers tomorrow. Students involved in the program at the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine is two years in the classroom, then the two years of clinical work. Job shadowing between the first and second years provides a good clinical preview, they said.
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