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I did my first core rotations in surgery last month and when I sent my evaluations to preceptor: one said that I have excellent knowledge base and the other said that I have knowledge deficiencies in surgery and could get better with reading.

Im u of c student and I just started clerckship and was wondering how does that affect medical records and what are ways to deal with knowledge deficiencies early in clerckship

 

 

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Sometimes what preceptors write goes verbatim on the MSPR and sometimes it's "interpreted" into a cumulative statement that usually tries not to be too harsh. Early in clerkship you might not know a lot about specific conditions, but for instance on surgery you could try and find out what the next day's booked cases are and read up on them the night before so you come in with some basic understanding of what's going on.

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