Thứ Tư, ngày 05 tháng 6 năm 2013

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Background & Motivation for medicine
  1. Tell us about yourself.
  2. Take us through your personal statement.
  3. Why do you want to be a doctor? What do you want to achieve in medicine?
  4. What have you read or experienced in order to prepare you for medicine?
  5. Why do you believe you have the ability to undertake the study and work involved?
  6. Why do you want to be a doctor, rather than another profession that is caring or intellectually challenging?
  7. What do you think being a doctor entails, apart from treating patients?
  8. What branch of medicine do you think would interest you? Why?
  9. When you think about becoming a doctor, what do you look forward to most and least?
  10. What impact do you hope to make in the field of medicine?
  11. What one question would you ask if you were interviewing others to study medicine? What would you most like us to ask you in this interview?
  12. Why study medicine rather than any other health care profession? How do you think medicine differs from other health professions?
  13. What aspect of healthcare attracts you to medicine?
  14. Why do you want to be a doctor? If you were to become a doctor, how would you wish your patients to describe you and why?
  15. What steps have you taken to try to find out whether you really do want to become a doctor?
  16. What things do you think might make people inclined to drop out of medical training?
  17. There are many different ways of helping people. Why do you want to study medicine, rather than working in any other health or social care professions?
  18. Can you tell us about any particular life experiences that you think may help or hinder you in a career in medicine?
  19. How would you dissuade someone from going into Medicine.
  20. How old are you when you become a consultant?
Knowledge of the medical school and teaching methods
  1. What interests you about the curriculum at [Medical School]? What previous experiences have you had of learning in a small group setting?
  2. When you read the [Medical School] prospectus, what appealed to you or interested you in the course here?
  3. Tell us what attracts you most and least about [Medical School].
  4. What do you know about the course at [Medical School]? Why do you think it will suit you personally?
  5. What do you know about PBL? Why do you want to come to a PBL medical school?
  6. What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of a PBL course?
  7. I expect you have thought about problem-based learning. Why do you think a PBL course will suit you personally? Tell us about 2 other aspects of the programme that will also suit you.
  8. What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of coming to a new medical school?
  9. This course will require a good deal of independent study, how have you managed this approach to learning in the past?
  10. Why do you think problem based learning will suit you personally?
  11. How does this PBL school differ from the others?
  12. What previous experiences have you had of learning in a small group setting?
  13. What ways of learning work best for you? How does this fit with this medical school?
Depth & Breadth of interest
  1. Do you read any medical publications?
  2. Tell us about Hippocrates.
  3. Can you tell me about a significant recent advance in medicine or science? Why has this interested you?
  4. What do you consider to be important advances in medicine over the last 50 / 100 years?
  5. Can you tell us about any significant medical stories in the media at the moment?
  6. Tell us about something in the history of medicine that interests you.
  7. Have you seen a film or read a book recently that has made you think, and why?
  8. What do you think is the most important medical discovery in the last 100 - 200 years, and why?
  9. If a benefactor offered you a huge amount of money to set up a Medical Research Institute and invited you to become its director, what research area would you choose to look at, and why?
  10. Can you tell us about a book or a film that has influenced you as a person or made you think, and why?
  11. Tell me about someone who has been a major influence on you as a person / in your life?
  12. What do you think was the greatest public health advance of the twentieth century?
  13. Can you describe an interesting place you have been to (not necessarily medical) and explain why it was so?
  14. Do you think putting a man on the moon money well spent? If yes - why? If no - how would you have spent that money?
  15. Tell me about a non-academic project or piece of organisation that you were involved in. How did it go?
  16. If you had to have a gap year, and could go anywhere in the world or do anything, what would you chose to do, and why?
  17. How do you think the rise in information technology has influenced / will influence the practice of medicine?
  18. If you could invite 3 people, alive or dead, to dinner, who would they be?
Empathy
  1. Give an example of a situatio where you have supported a friend in a difficult social circumstance. What issues did they face and how dod you help them
  2. What does the word empathy mean to you. How do you differentiate empathy from sympathy?
  3. Is it right for doctors to 'feel fof their patients'?
  4. What thoughts and feelings might face someone offered alcohol to celebrate after receiving a liver transplant?
  5. A person with learning disabilities is regularly being teased by their neighbours. How might that affect them?
  6. What do you guess an overweigth person might feel and think after being told their arthritis is due to their weight?
  7. A friend has asked your advice on how to tell her parents that she intends to drop out of university and go off travelling. How you respond?
  8. A friend tells you he feels bad because his family has always cheated to obtain extra benefits. How would you respond?
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