Excelling At The Doctor Job Interview Questions And Answers
Recently I hosted a free live Webinar on YouTube about the interview process. We had over 40 trainee doctors to help everyone get better prepared for their upcoming job interviews and how to answer doctor interview questions.
You can watch the full video above. But just in case you are looking for some specific guidance I have taken the time to timestamp it as well so you can find the information that you want more quickly. The timestamps are provided here on this post as well.
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Introduction & Webinar Outline
In this section we cover a little bit about dress code, finding out about the interview style and panel, getting your documents together and working out how to get to the interview. The key emphasis should be to deal with these practical matters as quickly and soon as possible so you can focus in on your interview.
Multiple Mini Interviews
An emerging trend in doctor interviews is that of multiple mini interviews. We cover what these are and how they may differ slightly from the traditional one panel interview and therefore what sort of doctor interview questions you should practice.
Review Your CV & Don’t Forget to Smile
Its always a good idea to review your CV prior to your doctor interview. Similarly practicing your smile can make the doctor interview question and answer process a more relaxed one for you and the panel and help to give a positive vibe.
Interview Frameworks for Doctor Interview Questions
There are two Frameworks I recommend you learn which will help you with 99% of the questions
Specific Doctor Interview Questions:
a. Tell Us About You?
b. Why You (for the Job)?
c. Strengths and Weaknesses
d. Work Conflict
e. Ethical Dilemma
f. The Do You Have Any Questions? Question
Some Final Thoughts on Practising Doctor Interview Questions
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