Decoding Clinical Confidence: Episode 164
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Feeling a little uncertain or nervous in clinical is absolutely normal…and it means you CARE about your education and your patients (go you!). But I know that students are always looking for ways to boost confidence, so I’m sharing my best tips in this week’s episode.
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