For mid-career job seekers, the right questions and answers can make all the difference
Articles tagged with "interview"
When there are more physicians and administrative staff coming and going in your medical practice than patients, there’s likely a problem with the hiring process.
Plans to focus on expanding educational resources for members
Otolaryngologists discuss the nuances of humanitarian work
Last fall, the Triological Society gave two new Clinical Scientist Development Awards, one cosponsored by the American College of Surgeons, to physicians already awarded an NIH Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award. ENT Today recently talked to the two new awardees, who are studying adult hearing loss and dizziness.
Can commercially available business tools be used to identify competencies specific to the junior otolaryngology resident and to develop behavioral-based interview questions and techniques? Background: The resident selection process cannot predict consistently and accurately the successful training and job performance of a potential resident. One area of potential intervention and improvement is the interview, where improvement […]