Medical students ask a lot of questions. You’ll find that you’re learning along with your students as you update your knowledge about trends in medicine and updated clinical practice guidelines.
Medical Students and residents are enthusiastic and will help educate your patients about health conditions and treatment.
Developing good working relationships with students and residents may pay off when it’s time to add physicians to your practice team.
Students and residents can take patient histories, perform basic tests, and give immunizations. They can also help with non-clinical tasks, such as filling out lab requests, coordinating referrals, updating problem lists, and making calls to patients.
Most medical students and residents are very tech-savvy and can quickly and efficiently research and download information on topics of interest to you.
Teaching requires its own set of skills. For example, you’ll become adept at helping students develop goals and expectations, and you’ll learn what to say to enhance critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Your patients will appreciate your efforts to ensure that the next generation of doctors is prepared to care for the families in your community.
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