How would you answer these questions?
From Medical School interviews - some one to one and some were MMI.
How does stress affect people?
What would you do if a med friend asked you to sign him into a lesson while he was hungover?
What are some failings of NHS?
What would you do if your supervisor asked you to do a procedure you weren't comfortable with?
What would you do if a patient refused to let you take their blood pressurebecause you are a med student?
Give an example of a time when you weren't able to manage your time efficiently ?
Give an example of a time when you were the leader of a team, and what skills it required.
What would you bring to the medical school?
How would you want your friends to remember you after uni?
Ethical scenario: you are doing work experience shadowing doctors in a hospital, and you notice they are talking about sensitive issues concerning a patient, even though there is a sign on the wall behind them stating this is forbidden. what do you do?
What life experiences have you had that make you good doctor?
You are a flight attendant and the flight got cancelled, you forgot to inform one passenger because of personal issues, break them the news.
You prescribed a patient the wrong dosage of her normal prescription and shes asking why?
Example where your communications has had a positive effect on the situation.
Why is scientific research relevant in medicine ?
Examples of times where research has saved lives
3 options of different charities ; disabled children, elderly home, mentally ill, choose one to give money to.
Lots to think about !
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