This blog post was prepared as part of a presentation I was invited to give to the Academy of Surgical Educators for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons as well as a lead in for a presentation to the Australian and New Zealand Prevocational Medical Education Forum
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But what do you do if someone asks you discriminatory questions (in the middle of an interview for a medical job that you really want)?
Last year there was much discussion (and rightly so) about the topic of discriminatory selection practices and illegal interview questions that occur in medical training.
We wanted to write a post to remind both panel members and candidates that there are certain questions that you should not ask in an interview.
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I am often asked to give advice to medical trainees about how to best prepare for annual medical recruitment and the specialty selection process. In