What else do we know about
's interview process?
MMI-style question categories include:
- ethical question
- personal questions
- indigenous health
- rural populations
Stations deal with an applicant’s
- non-academic achievements and life experiences,
- ethical and critical decision-making abilities,
- abilities to complete a task and follow directions,
- knowledge of the health-care system and determinants of heal
- in the local or global context,
- commitment to helping others,
- discussions about social accountability, and
- desire and motivations to study and pursue a career in medicine.
- Interview similar to UofA.
- Decision not made yet with regards to virtual or in-person interview.
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What health issue within our province are you most passionate about? Why?
What is your greatest strength and greatest weakness? Which one is more important to you?
Systemic issues exist in the provincial health care system. Discuss one of them and how you would address it.
Medical students are involved with many extracurricular activities. Choose one and talk about it.
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Canadian Medical Association Journal - Ethics Section
Provides an in-depth exploration of ethical and topical issues in Canadian medicine.
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