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A medical intern is a term used in the United States for a physician in training who has completed medical school. An intern has a medical degree, but does not have a full license to practice medicine unsupervised. In other countries medical education generally ends with a period of practical training similar to internship, but the way the overall program of academic and practical medical training is structured differs in each case, as does the terminology used (see medical education and medical school for further details).
Psychologists have been interested in the factors that enable interns to withstand the rigours of medical training and to benefit from this form of career development
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References[edit | edit source]
- ACGME.org (pdf) - Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Glossary
- Man.ac.uk - 'A Doctor's Life: A personal (and probably biased) guide to how doctors in the UK are trained and work within the structure of the National Health Service' (last updated February 2002)
- RookieDoctor.com - Useful for new interns, but also includes tips for family and friends of interns and what they can expect.
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