White Coat Ceremony a rite of passage for first year medical students

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A rite of passage for first-year medical students at the University of Vermont is the annual White Coat Ceremony. The ceremony is modeled like a classic graduation, as a procession of students is given their first white doctor’s coats.The event marks the official beginning of a clinical education for these future doctors.

Here are a few voices from this year’s White Coat Ceremony.

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