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Treat/manage patients
Communicate with patients
Manage my clinical practice
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1. Recognize the unique learning opportunities professional medical societies provide for medical education
2. Identify reasons medical students participate in professional medical societies
3. Identify factors that promote medical students' participation in professional medical societies
4. Describe ways in which medical societies can help promote work with other health professionals to establish and maintain a culture of respect and integrity
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