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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
This study was undertaken by us, as interns for realizing the true status of the internship fruitfulness with regards to clinical bedside learning maneuvers and skills. British Medical Journal (BMJ) set 32 questions were arbitrarily sub-grouped into 8 categories with similar aspects. Analysis reveals significant fruitful observation of the rotatory internship program. In reality, when answers of the questions were reassessed with faculty members of the units, the results noted were justfatcat:uz4ydy5r4jge7ikmkwey3sxjty