Faculty Advancing Medical Education (FAME): Converting to Virtual Residency Interview Days
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This session will provide participants useful strategies to conduct residency interviews virtually during a pandemic.
- Describe how to optimize virtual recruitment to provide for a strong assessment of candidates;
- Identify strategies to create a welcoming environment for applicants to show the program in the best light;
- Discuss the opportunities and challenges of conducting video interviews;
- Design a standard operating procedure outline for a program's virtual interviews.
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Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation Medicine
Assistant Professor of Surgery
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