I wrote this post as I have been collecting questions that are typically asked at RMO interviews. In particular this may help International Medical Graduates who are fortunate enough to be offered an interview for an RMO level type job. Tell us about your experience and how it makes you a suitable candidate? A member…
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One of the interesting aspects of medical training is that we tend to assume that doctors have the professional skills to manage their careers. However its been my experience that many struggle with the job application process because this has not been the focus of their training to date.
So if you are feeling a bit lost as to what to write in and how to write your CV. Here’s an overview.
Things to consider when looking for an interview coach for doctor interviews includes experience and training, as well as panel member experience.
For many doctor jobs in Australia there are official templates provided. You should definitely look at these. But please avoid using them. Its a guaranteed way to NOT stand out. Here are our tips.
Welcome to another year in Medicine. Here are some tips for actions you can take now to advance your medical career.
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
Things to consider when looking for an interview coach for doctor interviews include experience and training, as well as panel member experience.
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.
We recently recorded a “how to put together a medical trainee CV video” (Resume). There’s tremendous interest in the topic of how to put together
Those who know me know that I am a big fan of Robert Sutton‘s classic book on Workplace Civility (The No Asshole Rule). In this
The standard of medical interview panels can vary considerably. Some times great thought goes into the questions put to candidates. Sometimes not. The other day