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Navigating the Virtual Residency Interview Process: Behind the Screens of Applicants and Programs

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In this episode, focused on virtual interviews in this COVID-19 era, The Journal of Graduate Medical Education hosts a dialogue between applicants and programs to discuss experiences, fears, and expectations for the upcoming virtual interview process. JGME Executive Editor, Nicole Deiorio, MD, (@ndeiorio) speaks with 3 authors of upcoming JGME papers; Jeffery Fuchs, (@JeffreyWFuchs) a fourth-year medical student, Quentin Youmans, MD, (@QuentinYoumans) a second-year cardiology fellow, and Shantie Harkisoon, MD, (@familydocsnow) a program director. This episode offers a unique view behind the scenes of residency and fellowship interviews, as well as advice from both sides of the interview process, steps to mitigate bias and find your fit virtually, and insight into what programs and applicants are really looking for in this new (or not-so-new for Dr. Harkisoon) interview process.  

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