The medical job interview: secrets for success
The one thing about becoming a doctor is that you are usually guaranteed a job at the end of it, and as a result no one ever really considers what the best approach to getting a job is. With so many jobs out there, surely you'll get one of them...
After graduating from medical school, however, many newly qualified doctors are ill equipped for getting the jobs they want or the jobs that are right for them. Getting the right job is not necessarily that difficult, but no one ever tells you how to go about it.
Mumford has written a concise primer, full of common sense, for those facing medical job interviews. His read of 46 pages can be managed in one go when the time comes to get that vital job. Mumford, a consultant neurologist, bases his advice on medical experience. He includes advice on what to do