Students with autoimmune diseases may face additional barriers in the clinical setting. Their symptoms can be intermittent and could include chronic fatigue, arthritic joint pain, and swelling in their extremities. A number of high- and low-tech solutions can address one of the largest complaints for students — pain in the hands — impacting their ability to type and to grip the equipment needed to perform in clinic or on the wards.
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