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University of Toronto

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Interview Format
MPI
Virtual or not?
Virtual
Historic Interview Date
Feb to Mar

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Modified Personal Interview (MPI)

  • The virtual MPI (vMPI), an adapted version of the traditional MPIs.
  • The MPI consists of 4 independent interviews assessed by four different interviewers. Each station is only 5 minutes and are completed asynchronously.
  • Interviewers are closely connected to U of T’s medical community and may include physicians, medical students, residents, health professionals and community members.
  • Each interview is approximately 12 minutes in length with MMI-style questions (ethical, situational, policy, personal)
  • Interviews were virtual in 2021, no information has been given yet for 2022

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Systemic issues exist in the provincial health care system. Discuss one of them and how you would address it.
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