What else do we know about
's interview process?
Memorial’s Faculty of Medicine uses two interviews to assess each applicant.
- The composition of the interview is:
- One 30-minute two-person panel traditional interview, designed to get to know the candidate via topics like decision making, life experiences, interactions with others, and future goals, and;
- Eight (6-minute) multiple-mini interview (MMI) stations. The MMI scenario is provided to the applicant asynchronously and their response is recorded for view by an assessor.
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Social Determinants of Health (Health Canada)
Social Determinants of Health (Health Canada): All applicants should be thoroughly familiar with the social determinants of health (SDOH). Understanding the SDOH is especially important when it comes to discussing public health issues.
Atul Gawande (Author of many medical books)
Any of the Atul Gawande books will help provide perspectives of physicians. His current books include: Being Mortal (2014), The Checklist Manifesto (2009), Better (2007), and Complications (2002).